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Regular Season Leagues: 

(12 weeks) Sep 28, Oct 5, 12*, 19, 26; Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Dec 7, 14
(9 weeks) Jan 11, 18, 25; Feb 1, 8, 15, 22; Mar 1, 8


 Monday/Saturday Night Ladies League – staggered starts 6:50 pm 

(21 weeks - *No curling Oct 12th)
 Tuesday Seniors - 1 pm - staggered start times
 Tuesday Night ‘Open League’ - staggered starts 6:50 pm
 Wednesday Night ‘Jitney’ - staggered starts 6:50 pm
 Thursday Afternoon Ladies League - 10:50 am - staggered start times
 Thursday/Saturday Night Men’s League - staggered starts 6:50 pm


Shorter Season Leagues:


 Friday Night Mixed Fun League - staggered starts 7:00 pm


Oct (2,16,23,30); Nov (6,13,20,27); Dec (4,11); Jan (15,22,29); Feb (5,19,26); Mar (5,12)


 Saturday Stick Mixed League - start times are 3:00PM and 4:30PM


Oct (3,17,24,31); Nov (7,14,21,28); Dec (5,12); Jan (16,23,30); Feb (6,20,27); Mar (6,13)


PRCC Startup of a Safe Season

PRCC Season Update – Sep 14, 2020
Heeere we go… our latest new plan has just been approved as we try to insure everyone’s safety while still being able to curl.

  • Please check our Online video walk through
  • Watch for updates on our website, Facebook page and your emails.
  • September 28th – curling starts – agreements, waivers and payments all in place to get on ice.
  • The lounge has 6 fully distanced tables for 4 and ordering from the bar can be done by standing in line with 4 waiting spots or with an online app
  • The new process will include checking in with a self-assessment, going directly to the upstairs lounge pregame, processing to the back stairs and down to the lobby one team at a time every 10 minutes. On ice – will have designated standing spots for the team not delivering the rock. A buzzer indicates the end being played will be finished and one more end be played.
  • Masks need to be worn while entering the club and travelling through stairwells and in the lobby while preparing to go out on the ice.

It feels different. It looks different. It’s the new 2020/21 Curling Season









The Powell River Curling Club is a Non Profit Society (S-04186) that brings people of all ages together who share a common interest, to bond and create friendships and memories that last a lifetime. In existence since 1955, it maintains a long tradition of open and volunteer-based community engagement.


Our mission is to promote the sport of curling as a lifetime recreational activity in the community of Powell River. The club encourages people of all ages and demographics to learn the game and enjoy the social aspect of curling. It's a great sport to learn if you're new in town or just want to find a great activity for the winter.
A variety of leagues are offered - daytime, evening and Friday/Saturday leagues, competitive, fun and learn to curl options are all available.The club caters to all genders, skills and ages, to seniors, youth, school groups, and Special Olympics curlers wanting to learn the sport, play the game and enjoy the social aspects of it.


Find out more about becoming a member and volunteer at the Powell River Curling Club. Ask how you can help out with our many teaching programs, fundraising efforts or by volunteering on the Board of Directors. We rely on league fees, fundraising and volunteer efforts to keep the doors open to learn and play the sport of curling.


We rely on member fees and volunteers to keep our club going. Many thanks to the grant providers who continue to keep the age of our facility from showing.

Further information



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Curling Options

Drop In or Part Year Membership

No Drop-ins this year




Open Ice

No learn to curl drop-ins this year  - register for Friday Night Fun for great intro



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© Powell River Curling Club

Powell River Curling Club

5750 Crown Ave
Powell River, BC V8A 4B3


Phone: (604) 483-9551




Non-Profit Society ID: S-04186



(a) To operate a curling club in the City of Powell River in the Province of British Columbia;
(b) To promote the sport of curling as a lifetime recreational activity in the community;
(c) To provide various recreational, educational, social and/or other activities deemed to be beneficial to the curling club and community.



Want to Try Curling or Join a League, or just give it a try? Give us a call or send us an email.

For more information, please contact the Powell River Curling Club


We look forward to hearing from you!