Utica Curling Club
Where Central New York plays the hottest sport on ice
News and Notes
Bonspiels 'R' Us
Want to bonspiel? Men's, Women's, Mixed, Open, College, 5-and-Under? We've got you covered. Come join us at Utica for for great competition on 6 sheets of fast ice, new rocks, and great camaraderie!
Mitchell Bonspiel (men), Jan 12-15, 2023
Empire State (women), Jan 19-22, 2023
GNCC Senior Men, Feb 3-5, 2023
GNCC College (College open), Feb 10-12, 2023
Cobb Mixed, Feb 16-19, 2023
Francis Dykes (men 5 & under), Feb 23-26, 2023
GNCC Open, Apr 6-9, 2023 (details soon!)
We have a busy event schedule January-April 2023. Follow all the action at our new handle,
For the health and safety of our members and guests, and to allow for the fullest enjoyment of the sport of curling, the Utica Curling Club will be requiring all guests, and all members and employees who are medically eligible, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to enter the premises. Members, employees and guests will be required to provide proof of vaccination status against COVID-19 and sign a Declaration of Compliance. Details of the policy can be found here.
The latest 2022 Curlogram is available online. Read it and older newsletters.
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Curling Night in Utica
Back by popular demand! Come to the Utica Curling Club on select Friday nights to try your hand at curling. Space is limited (16 participants per session) so register early. Registration for the first two sessions is open now. See more details on our Try Curling Page or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start planning now to bring your group or party in for a private Try Curling event. It's a great way to celebrate, work on team dynamics, or learn about managing people, all while having fun. Packages are available for 2 hours. We are normally open October-March. All participants must provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19 and be at least 12 years old. Learn more.
Looks what's "cooking" at UCC! Local celebrity chef Anne Burrell celebrates with family by trying curling.