It is with heavy hearts and great disappointment that the Curl Moncton Board announces its decision to end the curling season effective immediately.  This was a very difficult decision for the Board to make and it only came after lengthy discussion exhausting every possible alternative.   At a press conference on Thursday, February 4 Minister Shepherd…

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Curl Moncton will be closed from December 24 to January 2 inclusive.  Anyone wishing to enter the building should call the club at 857-4285 to arrange for an appointment. The fundraising activities will also take a break over the holiday season.  The last draw for Chase the Ace prior to Christmas will be Wednesday, December…

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COVID-19

Dr. Russell announced Sunday that the Moncton area would return to the Yellow Level at midnight.  She did caution, however, that the situation will be monitored continuously and we could revert back to Orange at any time.  It is extremely important to be vigilant with respect to COVID protocols to avoid that eventuality.  To protect the…

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Please read to the bottom as you must take appropriate decisions and actions: Public Health has increased the restrictions for Orange Level curling clubs which effectively eliminates league play.  Effective immediately, Curl Moncton will be closed until Friday, December 4th.  This will allow Curl Moncton time to either reopen at the Yellow Level should the province make such…

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The Curl Moncton 2020 AGM will be held on Monday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m.  The most important issue to discuss is the Curl Moncton financial situation, however, there are a number of other items as well.  A detailed agenda is included in this post. Because of the COVID protocols in place, in-person attendance at…

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Great news for Curl Moncton curlers! Curling New Brunswick, in consultation with the province, has advised that curling clubs in Orange zones may reopen although for league play only. While Moncton remains orange, special events, such as bonspiels that draw people from other communities, are not permitted. Masks are mandatory in the ice shed at…

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We’re two weeks into the curling season and most people appear to be getting the hang of the new protocols.  Just remember, the whole purpose is to keep everyone physically distanced while on the ice.  Some simple reminders: There are no bubbles permitted in sport; always keep a minimum of six feet apart, even if…

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At the next AGM, which will be held as soon as our financial statements are ready, we will be discussing Curl Moncton’s financial situation.  As you are aware, we were facing financial difficulties at the end of the last season and the situation has only been exacerbated by the pandemic.   We know that our…

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Zone 1 (Moncton region) and Zone 5 (Campbellton region) are transitioning back to Orange level, as of midnight tonight (Oct. 9), under the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan. The following are among the rules that apply to Zones 1 and 5 only: Outdoor recreational activities are allowed, including campgrounds, ATV or snowmobile trails. However, no organized sports…

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