Seaforth Curling Club Curling in Seaforth, Ontario
Men's League
$300 + HST = $339
Monday at 8:00PM
Jack McLachlan
Email or (519) 522-1870
Mixed Curling
$200 + HST = $226
Tuesdays at 7:30PM
Kelsey Bennewies
Email or (519) 276-1686
Daytime/Social League
$200 + HST = $226
Thursdays at 9:00AM
Keith Patterson
Email or (519) 522-4313
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No bonspeils are scheduled at this time. Check back later. We run several events throughout the season.

IPM Cheque Acceptance

Thanks everyone for the great season. A very special thanks to all the volunteers who keep the club operational. We look forward to seeing everyone in November. 🥌

Golf Jitney

Curlers & golfers! Join us for a “golf jitney” at the Seaforth Golf Club. Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 2 P.M. 9 holes of golf – light supper – good times! Teams of four include – lead, second, vice & skip – so pull your team together. Jitney style format makes it fun for golfers and non-golfers too!

$35.00 / Golfer for Seaforth Golf Club members. $45.00/ Golfer for non – members. Includes golf, dinner & prizes & $10.00 / person goes to Seaforth Curling Club. Power carts can be rented if required. To register as a team or individual call: Carolanne Doig at Seaforth Golf Club 519-522-0985. All entries must be registered by September 18th.

Huron Harvest 2018

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Seaforth Lions, Seaforth Optimists, Seaforth Curling Club, and the Seaforth Agricultural Society are hosting a fundraiser for Huron Residential Hospice Sunday September 16, 2018 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Seaforth Lions Park.

Tickets: $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Entrance fee includes a tasting glass and sample tickets. Additional sample tickets will be sold at $2.00 a piece Tickets will be available in the Spring of 2018

This is a tasting event that highlights local beer makers, wine makers, spirit makers and food providers. A list of vendors will be posted in the Spring.

🔗 More information and vendor list

What is Curling?

A chance to throw stones at houses!

Curling is a sport similar to bocce, but with steering! Players slide stones down a sheet of ice while sweepers control its speed and direction, or “curl”, aiming for the center of the target. The team with stones closest to the center gets points.

Video credit: Curling Canada