NWT Curling Clubs

Artificial Ice Curling Clubs

Fort Smith Curling Centre

With three sheets of ice and a comfortable club room with banquet facilities, the Fort Smith Curling Centre is the hub of the local curling community. We have something for everyone -- from the novice to the expert. Whether you want to play in our competitive or fun leagues, get your kids into curling or join our active seniors' league, the Fort Smith Curling Centre provides an atmosphere of friendly competition and camaraderie

Inuvik Curling Club

The Inuvik curling club operates out of the Midnight Sun complex under lease terms from the Town of Inuvik.

It has 4 sheets of ice, along with a licensed lounge and viewing area. The club offers curling opportunities for all ages and abilities with junior curling programs to competitive curling.

The curling season starts in early October and goes until the end of March. On Friday evenings, it offers a fun league with the purpose being to enjoy some curling and social comradery.

The club has produced many territorial championship teams who have gone on to national championships. It also has a number of bonspiels during the curling season.

For more information, visit the Inuvik Curling Club 

Our club is an eight sheet curling rink with food and bar services available. There are viewing areas both upstairs and downstairs. The facility is open daily with our peak hours from 6:00 p.m. to midnight. On weekends the club is open from 9:00 a.m. to about midnight, depending on the event.

Hay River Curling Club

P.O. Box 4400. Hay River, NT X0E 1G3, Canada
Number of Sheets: 3

Phone: (867) 874-6979
Email: nwtcurling@gmail.com
Website: no website available
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HayRiverCurlingClub

EMAIL: nwtcurling@gmail.coom

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