Adult Learn to Curl

OCC to Continue to Offer the Adult Learn to Curl Training Workshop for Clubs and Individuals

The OCC is pleased to announce the continued offering of the successful Adult Learn to Curl Training (ALTC) Workshops for the 2018-19 season that will be available for CurlOn and NOCA member clubs and individuals looking to service and grow the important adult market segment at the club level with this test and proven ALTC program. Information on the workshop itself, how to arrange for the workshop at your club and on how to sign up at clubs’ offering the workshop

Club Registrations Now Being Accepted for Adult Learn to Curl Program

The Ontario Curling Council is now accepting applications for member clubs to register for the Adult Learn to Curl Program created through the grant received from the Ontario Sport Communities and Recreation Fund from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Clubs interested in growing their membership should register today!  Discover the program details!

Ontario Curling Council Receives $82,000 Grant for Adult Learn to Curl Program

The Ontario Curling Council (OCC) and its members, the Ontario Curling Association (OCA) and the Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA) are thrilled to announce that they are recipients of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport’s – Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund. See the announcement here:  OSRCF – Provincial Project Announcements Our two year project is focused on growing the sport of curling with our curling clubs, through optimal use of the Curling Canada’s highly successful Adult

Adult Learn to Curl Program

The Ontario Curling Council and its members, the Ontario Curling Association and the Northern Ontario Curling Association, share a mission statement: “To promote, develop, and grow curling as a recreational and competitive sport in Ontario.”  We are excited to announce that, through generous support of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s Ontario Sport Recreation Communities Fund (OSRCF), the Ontario Curling Council will focus on growing the sport through the province-wide implementation of an already successful Adult Learn

OCC Welcomes New Project Coordinator

The Ontario Curling Council and its members, the Ontario Curling Association and the Northern Ontario Curling Association, welcomes Byron Scott to our team as Project Coordinator. Byron will be coordinating a province-wide Adult Learn to Curl Program focusing on training Club Instructors and sharing best practice programming for curling clubs who are looking to increase their memberships and get more Ontarians curling! Byron brings to the position tremendous experience from the corporate world and as a curling volunteer