Quesnel Curling Centre

Welcome

 

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

Please visit our sponsor list at the bottom of this page.  They are valued contributors to our Centre, please support them.

Upcoming Events at a Glance. 

March 22, 2022

Well, thats the 2021-22 season coming to a close at the Quesnel Curling Centre.  We would like to thank everyone that participated in the Leagues and Bonspeils.  We are there for you and are glad that you turned out.   We hope that you will continue to enjoy curling in the upcoming season.   If you are thinking of starting curling or would like to restart after leaving, we heartly look forward to working with you for the most enjoyable fit for you in the upcoming season.  Please contact QCC and discuss how we can do this.  We look forward to talking with you.

A Big Thanks goes out to Dave and the staff that keep the centre operating.  From the great ice to the friendly Lounge, it takes a lot of work and we all appreciate it.

Thank you Craigs Table for great food at centre and all the catering at Bonspiels.   The rocket fuel coffee kept everyone going!

A Special Thank You to all the Sponsors.  We could not do it without you.  From the league sponsors with the wall and in ice advertising to the Bonspeil and Special Events sponsors,  we send a heartfelt Thank You and encourage all our members to remember who made curling in Quesnel possible.

St Patty’s Day Open Bonspiel was completed this weekend, March 18 to 20, which marks the end of our 2021-22 Curling Season. Winners in this years events were:

“A” event: sponsored by Dunkley Lumber
Team Blackmore defeated Team Henderson
Skip: Josh Blackmore, 3rd Ray Blackmore, 2nd Kyle Blackmore and lead Nolan Blackmore
“B” event: sponsored by Frank’s Supermarket
Team Backer defeated Team Givens
Skip: Carly Backer, 3rd Lynn Mamic, 2nd Jamie Waffle and lead Marry Anne Morrison
“C” event: sponsored by JAR Transport
Team Bernard defeated Team Goodwin
Skip: Steve Bernard,3rd Jim Sommerville, 2nd Earl Spielman and lead Lorne Lilly
12 teams competed this year with finals held on Sunday morning at 10:00 am.
We would like to thank all the Participants for competing in this annual bonspiel and all the spectators that cheered on the teams. Thank you to the organizers of the bonspiel for all the work put in to pulling an event like this together and to Dave and crew for keeping great ice in the warming weather and keeping the Lounge a happy place. Craigs Table for keeping everyone fed, and a special Thanks to all Dunkley Lumber, Franks Supermarket and JAR Transport for being awesome sponsors of this event.
Bonspiels are listed below on this page and on the Schedules Tab.
If you are interested in Sparing for games, let Dave at the centre know and your name will be added to the spare list under the Resources tab of this page.  If you are looking for spares, have a look at the same page.

 

 

Some things to know:

MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

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. On top of this, we have created additional guidelines that will ensure a safe and secure environment for all.   We are all responsible for not only our own safety, but for the safety and well- being of those around us. 

To be clear, 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

OVERVIEW

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.  

All persons, including children, entering the Quesnel Curling Facility will be required to show proof of Vaccination and personal ID.   Masks will be worn in entrance, foyer, lobby, stairwells, locker room and Lounge.  Masks can be removed once seated at tables in the Lounge.  Lockers will be available for use.   Masks are not required on the ice surface.  Two sweepers are allowed.   Basically normal curling conditions.

Links to Other Sites

  • Rock Talk Website:  click on Rock Talk for all the latest curling info.
  • 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 Open Bonspiel  November 6 – 7, 2021
Grey Cup Open Cash Spiel December 10 – 12, 2021
Valentines Mixed Bonspiel  February 18 – 20, 2022
Wheel ‘N Spiel Ladies Bonspiel –  March 4 – 6, 2022
St. Patrick’s Day Open Bonspiel  Mar 18 – 20, 2022

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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