2023-24 Registration and Upcoming Dates

We are busy working away in preparation for 2023-24 season registration. We expect to start online registration the 1st week of September. So stay tuned!

Other important dates in September include a Work Party Saturday September 23, and there are still spots open for our Club Coach Course Sept 30-Oct 1.

Finally, this upcoming season is the Campbell River Curling Club's 60th Anniversary! We will be planning celebration events for later in the season and look forward to sharing this milestone with curlers old and new.

Attention Ladies!

For the upcoming season, the Curling Club is looking to create another league on Thursday night at 5:45pm. In the past, this time slot offered an 8-end Ladies League. We have a few options we are considering and will be emailing our Ladies curlers for their input. Watch your inboxes (and maybe your junk folders) for an email from campbellrivercurlingclub@gmail.com.

Enjoy the sun!

AGM Update - new rocks, new Board Members, new President!

On June 11 we held our 2023 AGM. Thank you to all those who attended. At this meeting, members moved for the Board to look into financing and fundraising for a new set of curling stones. In addition, we welcomed new Board Members and a new Club President, Scott Kratzmann. Scott comes with energy, experience, and passion for growing the club and we are so excited to see Scott lead us into our 60th season in 2023-24.

Our current Board and Executive:

President - Scott Kratzmann

Vice President- Kevin May

Treasurer - Rick Monchak

Season Wrap Up

As the final days of the season are coming to a close I would like to congratulate the following league winners;

Monday Beach Fire - The Westies

Tuesday Social - Team Bleau

Tuesday Competitive - Team May

Wednesday Ladies - Sheet Happens

Wednesday Men's - Team Cote

Thursday Men's - Team May

Friday Happy Hour - Team Newington 

Friday Social - Here for the Beer

Blind Curling Western Canadian Championships

The CR Blind Curling team travelled to Winnipeg last week to compete in the Western Canadian Championships. It was a 6 team event which included 2 teams from Edmonton, 1 from Vancouver, 1 from Prince George and 2 from Winnipeg. After a first game loss, CR went on to win the remaining games resulting in a 3 way tie after the round robin. After comparing the point for and against, CR came away with SECOND PLACE!  Congratulations to the team of Brad, Jeremy, Arthur, Richard, Kelvin and coach Bruce.  The team had the full Winnipeg experience of wind, snow, freezing temps and very good curling.