Join us for Learn to Curl! We will teach you the basics of the popular winter sport of Curling. All equipment and gear will be provided. Event is FREE, no pre-registration necessary–get your friends together and join us for a fun time on the ice at WRIC!
Dickinson Parks & Recreation offers league opportunities – see our upcoming winter league information here >> Winter Curling League
What is Curling? Curling is a team sport, played on ice, where two teams take it in turns to slide stones made of granite towards a target – known as a House. It is an Olympic and Paralympic winter sport with medal disciplines for Women’s, Men’s, Mixed Doubles and mixed Wheelchair teams.
Did you know? Curling is named after the unique turning that occurs at the end of the stone’s path on the ice. The curling stone, or rock, is made of dense polished granite from Ailsa Craig, Scotland, and in the Olympics, each rock weighs 19.1 kg (44 lbs).
For more information on this free event, please call Andrew at 701-456-2074.