About Calmar curling club


History of Calmar Curling Club

The first single sheet curling rink in Calmar was built in the early 1930’s across the alley from the Theater Place Apartments and Hayduk Lumber. A second sheet of ice was added later but it still couldn't accommodate the number of enthusiastic curlers.

In 1954, a new 4 sheet complex was built where the current facility now stands. In the late 1970's, a new concrete floor was installed and the inside of the building was insulated and sheeted. In the late 1980's the club began an expansion of the curling rink front. The project, funded by lottery grants, Agricultural Society funds and with a large infusion of volunteer labour, more than doubled the size of the existing viewing and lounge area. The addition included a meeting room, a larger kitchen, a larger viewing area on the main floor and an expanded lounge and viewing area on the second floor. The expansion was almost complete when an electrical malfunction began a fire which quickly engulfed the building on Saturday, November 26th, 1988. Fortunately, it was rebuilt and the grand opening of the complex was in the summer of 1990.

Many events have been held in our facility over the years but thanks to the generous community and donations, it will be around for many years to come.


The Calmar Curling Club  is a proud member of Curling Alberta, and follow all the current Rules and Guidelines set out by Curling Canada

Please see the link below for all the current rules and regulations for fair game play here in Alberta.


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Our Curling Leagues

The 2023/2024 Calmar Curling season starts in October and runs until late March. Our 4 sheet rink offers some of the best ice you can get, with ice level viewing and lounge viewing upstairs.  During our curling season, we also offer food and beverage service for our curlers and anyone else, including our loyal fans who come to watch!



Mens Final 2024


Men's A Champions

Curtis Harrish, Brian Kushinsky, Duncan Pearson, Ryan Clark

Missing: Enio Perizzolo


Mens B Champions

Zach Pollard, Owen Tizzard, Brad Pollard, Jason Purcell, Chris Thomas

Mens League Total points

Dallas Klapstien, Joe Mryglod, John Mryglod,    Andy Sikliski, Chris Hamula


Mixed Final 2024


Mixed A Champions

Brian Kushinski, Jessica Pearson, Duncan Pearson, Kara Kushinski


Mixed B Champions

Jarod Pyrch, Chris Pyrch, Cole Abel, Kyla Abel

Total Points Mixed

Curtis Harrish, Shantel Bauer, Chris Bablitz, Leanne   Wurban



2024 Town and Country Bonspiel

Another great turnout for the 2024 town and country bonspiel with 37 teams and 4 days of curling.  Thank you to all the sponsors,     companys and families who donated to this bonpiel this year.  Please have a look at the  pages below for all our great sponsors.  



2023 glow bonspiel

2023 was the first ever Neon Glow Bonspiel for the Calmar curling club!  The club hosted as sold out event of 24 teams  of curling Awesomeness, glow in the dark style!  As always Calmar curling club  included a supper, bar and lounge access for curlers and anyone who wanted to join in the fun that day. 

A very special thank-you to Crystal Wasieczko, who turned a crazy dream of hers into a huge success for the club and community!   And thank-you to everyone who helped out and showed up    GLOWING to curl!     Everyone had a blast!

Here are some highlights of the day!


Calendar of events Registration

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