Oct 25th - Halloween Madness
Nov 23th - Saturday Fun Night
Dec 13th - Christmas Party
Mar 13th - Season wind-up
Games start and end with handshakes.
To keep our ice as clean and damage free as possible:
Clean your shoes every time you enter the rink.
Do not kneel, lie or place your hands on the ice.
Clean your broom head regularly.
To keep the game on time:
Be ready to deliver the rock when it’s your turn
Front end players should get the skip’s rock ready while the skip and vice are discussing the next shot.
Leads and seconds should stand on the sidelines between the hog lines during opponent’s shots.
Skip and vice should stand still behind the back line when opponents are shooting.
Only handle your own team’s rocks.
Swearing and banging your broom at any time is inappropriate.
Do not celebrate opponents missed shots.
Traditionally, winning teams buys a drink for the opposing team who returns the favour.
If you cannot attend a game, a spare should be arranged and your skip notified.
CODE OF ETHICS
To ensure that all curlers are aware of their responsibilities when playing the game, the Canadian Curling Association has adopted the following Code of Ethics as an official supplement to the Rules of Curling.
Curlers Code of Ethics
I will play the game in the spirit of good sportsmanship.
I will conduct myself in an honourable manner both on and off the ice.
I will never knowingly break a rule, but if I do, I will divulge the breach.
I will take no action that could be interpreted as an attempt to intimidate or demean my opponents, team mates or umpires.
I will interpret the rules in an impartial manner, always keeping in mind that the purpose of the rules is to ensure that the game is played in an orderly and fair manner.
I will humbly accept any penalty that the governing body at any level of curling deems appropriate if I am found in violation of the Code of Ethics or Rules of the Game.