Quesnel Curling Centre



This page contains latest information about the activities, covid procedures and bonspiels at Quesnel Curling Centre, 

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Upcoming Events at a Glance. 

 January 13th 2021

The Quesnel Curling Centre Executive Meeting was held today. Our Curling Centre will remain open under current Covid restrictions until February 4th. The Ministry of Health will be reviewing the current restrictions and closures on that date. Should the Ministry of Health extend the current restrictions for another month then the Quesnel Curling Centre will close for the season. If the restrictions are lifted to allow curling with the restrictions that were in place last fall then the QCC should be open for curling on Monday February 8th. The season will be extended an additional two weeks to the end of March should we open on February 8th. We have scheduled a Executive meeting for February 5th to finalize any decisions after the Ministry of Health makes its decision. Update will follow at that time.
Currently the Quesnel Curling Centre remains open for Junior Curling and adult practice to February 4th. Every member is encouraged to use your Centre to throw a few rocks to keep in the game. The Centre is open Monday to Friday, 9 AM to Noon, 1 PM to 4 PM and 6 PM to 8 PM. Each sheet is allowed two people on the ice. Just give Dave a call (250-992-5813) or email curlingcentre@gmail.com to book some ice time. Grab another member or come down yourself and spend some time on the ice.
The Quesnel Curling Centre 2020 Annual General Meeting which was scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th, 6:00 PM in the Lounge of the Quesnel Curling Centre is posponed to the beginning of Curling Season, Fall of 2021.  The new Covid Regulations will not allow us to gather as a group to hold the meeting.   New proposed time will be posted when approved by the Ministry.

The Return To Curling – A Guide For Quesnel Curling Centre is currently being practiced at the Quesnel Curling Centre.

Access by clicking on the Picture  or on QCC RTC.   Please take the time to read this booklet.  There are many changes and requirements that we have never needed to deal with.  We believe it covers every aspect of what will be required to allow us to curl this season.   We ask that everyone work in the spirit of keeping the curling centre open during this period

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we organize the unprecedented changes required.

This Guidelines page of website has updated.  Dues and Fees section and the Spare List section to reflect the new guidelines laid out in the QCC Covid Booklet.


Some things to know:


Hello all, I hope this finds you and yours healthy and happy.

During these unique and challenging times, it is important to remember that we can still accomplish a lot of good by working together, being kind and staying safe.

In preparation for our return to curling this fall, we would like to keep you informed of the changes we are making and the work we are doing in light of the Return to Curling Guidelines released by Curling Canada and Curl BC. On top of this, we have created additional guidelines that will ensure a safe and secure environment for all.  It is of paramount importance that we each take the time to read, understand and follow these guidelines.  We are all responsible for not only our own safety, but for the safety and well- being of those around us. 

To be clear, these guidelines are written for PHASE 3 and we will continue to be in constant communication and update our protocols as we move forward in this ever- changing environment.

We appreciate your support and look forward to an interesting season with all of you.

Stay safe and see you soon.

 Ralph Givens


All activities in our curling centre must operate within current provincial health restrictions in order to limit the transmission of Covid-19 in our community.  These guidelines meet the criteria set out in the CurlBC—Return to Curling Guidelines and have been approved by the Quesnel curling executive, CurlBC and WorkSafe BC.  In addition to specific return to curling requirements prompted by the pandemic, Covid-19 related risk assessment, and the general public health rules and directives for the curling public, Centre operations must also address the health and safety risk issues for staff and volunteers as outlined in the viaSport Guidelines. The following sections outline measures taken for curlers and staff alike.   Click on QCC Return to Curling to go to QCC booklet explaining all requirements that will allow us to curl during this Covid period.

Links to Other Sites

  • Rock Talk Website:  click on Rock Talk for all the latest curling info.
  • CurlBC – Return to Curling:  click on Return to Curling Ver 3 to view manual dealing with requirements for Curling  in British Columbia during the Covid Crisis.
  • Curl BC site –  click on Curl BC to go to Curl BC
  • Curl Canada site –  click on Curl Canada to access the latest about Curling in Canada.
  • Quesnel Curling Centre Facebook page –  click on QCC facebook to access our Facebook page.

Upcoming Bonspiels

Ice Breaker Bonspiel  CANCELLED
Grey Cup Cash Spiel CANCELLED
Valentines Mixed Bonspiel  Feb 12-14/21
St. Patricks Day Open Bonspiel  Mar 12-14/21
Ice Breaker Bonspiel  CANCELLED
Grey Cup Cash Spiel Nov 20-22/20
Ladies Wheel n Spiel January 22 – 24/21
Valentines Mixed Bonspiel  Feb 12-14/21
St. Patricks Day Open Bonspiel  Mar 12-14/21
Ice Breaker Bonspiel  CANCELLED
Grey Cup Cash Spiel Nov 20-22/20
Valentines Mixed Bonspiel  Feb 12-14/21
St. Patricks Day Open Bonspiel  Mar 12-14/21

Want to Join Us?

The Quesnel Curling Centre welcomes all new curlers whether it be an individual, or a couple or a family. We offer a variety of leagues for you to choose from. Please go to Registration to discover the leagues available and, should you find a league that suits you, fill in the appropriate Registration form.

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