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If classes are full or no classes are currently listed then add your Name and Email. We will notify you the minute any new learn to curl classes are opened for registration
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Denver Curling provides several opportunities to Learn to Curl each curling season (September to May), with two main types of classes available: 

  • Open houses in September 2018 and Spring 2019 TBD (approximately $25.  No refunds if cancelled within 72 hours of the event)
  • A 5 or 6 session (2  hours per session) Curling Course/Mini League ($130-$150). Recommended to have come to an open house session first.  This is the only way to join a league if you have no prior curling experience.

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.

2018-2019 Open House Schedule

  •  September 14 5-9pm
  •  September 15 9-11am
  •  September 16 10am-8pm   

 Mini Leagues for New Curlers 

  • April - May 2019.  Exact date and time TBD (there will be at least 4 leagues in April/May 2019).     

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What happens during an Open House?

Begin with off-ice overview:
  • General information about curling rules, strategy, scoring, etiquette and safety
On-ice instruction (30-35 minutes)
  • 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
  • Short 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