Denver Curling holds many public Learn to Curl classes during every curling season (September to May), with two main types of classes available: 

  • A two-hour Introduction to Curling class ($40)
  • A 5 or 6 session (2  hours per session) Curling Course/Mini League ($130) 

Spots are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration must be done through the website.
Subscribe to our wait / notification list  to get notified by email when new classes are announced.

2017 - 2018 Learn To Curl Schedule

Learn to Curl sessions (2 Hours)

  •  April 9, 10, 11,  and 12   7:00 PM to 9:00 PM   
  • all sessions are  FULL -  add yourself to our wait list
  • Next sessions September 2018 -TBA

6 week Mini Leagues for New Curlers 

  • Next Mini Leagues  start on Monday April 16, Tuesday April 17 and  Wednesday April 18   
  • $130 each person   
  • all sessions are  FULL -  add yourself to our wait list

Starting Monday April 16  and running for 6 weeks. - New and experienced curlers

  • 2 hours 6:15 to 8:15 PM
  • all sessions are  FULL -  add yourself to our wait list
  • Prerequisite - 2 hour learn to curl class or have attended a Corporate or Private  learn to curl event.
  • Teams will be composed of  new and experience curlers. Learn from some of the best.

Starting Tuesday April 17 and Wednesday April 18 (FULL) and running for 6 weeks - Instructional League for New curlers 

  • 2 hours 6:15 to 8:15 PM
  • all sessions are  FULL -  add yourself to our wait list
  • Week 1 will be a learn to curl class, or a refresher course if you have already taken an introductory class with in-depth focus on the delivery and basic rules of curling.
  • Weeks 2-6 will go into more delivery mechanics, etiquette, strategy, sweeping, and general gameplay.  Each successive week, mini-league participants will get to play in more game situations with instructors on hand to help.


What happens during an Intro to Curling Class?

Begin with off-ice overview:
  • General information about curling rules, strategy, scoring, etiquette and safety
On-ice instruction:
  • Instructors working with you through the entire experience
  • Stone delivery demonstration
  • Drills to teach balance and sliding technique
  • Aiming towards a specific target
  • Purpose of sweeping and how-to effectively sweep
  • Game play!
What to wear:
  • Warm, comfortable clothing - dress in layers! The air temperature is 45F. 
  • Stretchy or loose fitting pants that allow freedom of movement - no jeans!
  • Clean, rubber-soled shoes (not just the shoes you wear in off the street - bring clean shoes that won't drag in dirt!)
  • Thin gloves and a hat 
Equipment provided by Denver Curling:
  • Brooms - for sweeping
  • Grippers - to put over your shoes to keep the ice clean and to keep you from slipping
  • Step-on sliders - for throwing the stone
  • Delivery stabilizers - a first step in stone delivery, to keep you upright and prevent falling

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