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Message from the President

2014–2015 – Mac Maidens

Welcome to Wolfville Curling Club. As President for the upcoming year I look forward to another interesting and successful curling season. The club operates mainly with volunteers and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them all. The club and the community would be a much poorer place without this dedicated support.

The WCC has been in operation for almost eighty years, providing a venue for friendship, competition, and conviviality. It provides an opportunity for people of all ages to participate in a sport that can be a lifelong pastime. The club provides an open and welcoming atmosphere for both experienced and beginner curlers.

The WCC depends on membership fees, facility rentals, and other sources of revenue to provide for all operating costs. Without a dedicated group of volunteers it would not be possible to maintain annual dues at their present level. I would encourage all members to get involved, in some manner within the club, as it will only enhance your experience.

For returning members I would encourage you to spread the word on the enjoyment that can be derived from membership. As our largest source of revenue is dues, it is critical that we maintain and grow our membership numbers.

With local competitions and bonspiels, the club will experience another busy year. Once again the WCC will host the Ladies Traveller’s championship for Nova Scotia. This is the third consecutive year that the event has been held in Wolfville.

With the Traveller’s national event in late fall and the World Championships in Halifax capping the curling season it should be an exciting year for curling within the province.

The club maintains its website and I would encourage you to visit the site for information and updates on all activities. For any questions or concerns please contact myself or any of the executive and we will endeavour to respond as quickly as possible.

I look forward to seeing old friends on the ice this year and making new friends as the season progresses. See you on the ice!


dues 2014-2015

All prices include HST

New member:
Young Family:
Returning member until Dec 1, 2014:
Returning member after Dec 1, 2014:
Little Rocks:
Commercial League (per team):

Ice Rental per sheet $40 + 15% HST
Reception room/kitchen - $30 per hour + HST
Reception room/kitchen - $20 per hour + HST for recurring bookings for 6 weeks or more.
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Jan 21, 2015      2015 Cash Spiel Results

Annual Cash Spiel Jan 2-4 2014 Our annual Cash Spiel was again another success. We had 15 teams register and Audrey Dorey was able to add the additional team to even out the roster to 16. We had a couple of local team which include Dean Smith team (Gerry Watson, read more »

Jan 15, 2014      Tony Stirling's Rink WIns Master's Cashspiel

Tony Stirling’s team went undefeated to win the Coors Lite Masters Cashspiel this past week-end, Jan 12, 2014 at Lakeshore Curling Club. Other team members were Robbie Harrison, John Amirault and J.P Boudreau. Congratulations Tony and team! read more »

Jan 11, 2014      Wolfville Curlers Competing in Bonspiels

This is a busy time of year for curlers, there are bonspiels all over the province every weekend and our own members are no strangers to competition. Teams skipped by Nick Paul, Dean Smith and Matt Gowland are in playdowns at the club this weekend to go to Men's Dominion read more »

Jan 9, 2014      Super Saturday Results

Audrey Dorey organized a very successful Ladies Super Saturday on Jan. 4. The winners were the former World Senior Champions, Colleen Pinkney’s team from Truro. This event draws competitive ladies teams from across the province and is a great warm-up for the upcoming provincial championships. read more »

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