Junior/Family Try Curling (ages 6+)

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Junior/Family Try Curling (ages 6+)

Have you always been curious about curling? Now is your chance to learn how to curl! CURLING MAKES THE WINTER SEEM TOO SHORT!

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Mayfield Curling Club 23103 Miles Road Suite D Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Were you inspired by the Olympics or have you always been curious about curling? Now is your chance to learn how to curl!  Join us at one of our Try Curling events!


Get a one time "crash-course-bucket-list" experience. Learn the basics of delivery, sweeping, strategy, and play a mini game!

The cost to attend one of our Try Curling events is $40/person (for one and a half hours) and must be paid at registration.

Note: Unlike our typical Try Curling (age 14+), the Junior/Family Try Curling is for new curlers age 6+. In addition, at least one member of your group should be under the age of 18. For more information about our Juniors program, please contact us at juniors@mayfieldcurling.com.

For additional information about curling at Mayfield, please contact us at membership@mayfieldcurling.com or visit our website for the clinics at https://mayfieldcurling.com/drop-in-league/.

Good curling,

Mayfield Curling Club (MCC)

Visit us at:  mayfieldcurling.com


Attire and Equipment

Please bring (CARRY IN, DO NOT WEAR) a pair of clean rubber soled tennis or athletic shoes separate from the shoes that you wear outside. This is to avoid tracking anything on the ice. Do not bring EVA (Ethylene vinyl acetate) soled shoes, as they do not provide much traction on the ice. EVA soled shoes are generally all white and do not have a separate tread from the midsole; EVA soles feel smooth and foamy to the touch and do not feel like rubber soles. Curling attire should be comfortable and practical for the sport. Suggested attire includes pants you are comfortable performing a lunge in and turtlenecks, fleeces, vests, jackets, hats, and gloves. We suggest that you dress in layers so that you can remove one or more layers as you warm up. The temperature on the ice is usually around 40 degrees.

Club step-on sliders, brooms, and stabilizers are available for use.