COVID-19

Curl Moncton continues to follow the COVID-19 corona virus situation very closely. While the timeline is uncertain, we know that this situation will find resolution. At this point in time we remain optimistic that our summer programs, including summer camps and bonspiels, will go forward. Nevertheless, appropriate decisions will be made in accordance with developments…

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Pay next season’s registration in full by May 31 and save. Members who pay in full by May 31st will not be subject to the fee increase planned to go into effect on June 1, 2020.

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Curl Moncton is facing a serious financial situation, we are no longer able to meet our operating expenses with the revenues that we are generating and we have not been able to set aside funds to meet our long-term debt repayments which begin in October.  The fact that we are closed to help stop the…

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The Curl Moncton Board of Directors has made the decision to end the curling season effective March 16 at 8:00 a.m.  The ice in both sheds will be removed.  This decision was not made lightly but with the health and well-being of all members, visitors and staff as our first priority.  It is in keeping…

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In an abundance of caution, the inaugural U15 Atlantic Spiel has been postponed in light of the developing COVID-19 situation and the recommendations issued by New Brunswick’s chief medical officer.

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Please see below with regards to the Coronavirus and what precautions we are taking at Curl Moncton.  We are asking members to fist or elbow bump rather than shaking hands. There will be hand sanitizers at various locations throughout the club; however, hand sanitizers do NOT replace proper and frequent hand-washing. Bar staff are cleaning their…

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Curl Moncton teams also came home winners after the 2020 Kenny Coates U15 Bonspiel in Saint John. Skip Mya Pugsley and her team mates went undefeated to achieve the goal they had set for themselves at the beginning of the season: winning the U15 title. An impressive showing for this young team. A younger Curl…

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Curl Moncton swept the top two positions in the 2020 NB Seniors Championships Women’s Division with Team Comeau capturing the title and Team Donaher coming in as runner up. Team Odishaw took 4 in the seventh end of the final to win the NB Seniors Men’s Division. Congratulations to all of you! It was a…

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On Monday, February 10, Team MacDiarmid of Curl Moncton overcame Team Blanchard of Saint John to win the men’s division title of the New Brunswick Masters Championship. Skip Robert MacDiarmid, mate Jim Hazlehurst, second Bernard Poirier and lead Warren Williams will compete in the Canadian Masters Championship being hosted at Riverside and TSA in Saint…

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