The Rice Lake Curling Club 
During the winter of 1967-68, approximately 20 couples, including 4-6 individuals who had curled previously, 
joined in the cattle barn of the Barron County Fairgrounds, and began what is now known as the Rice Lake Curling Club. On August 1 of 1988, 
the Rice Lake Curling Club burned to the ground. With the hard work and dedication of the membership, the impossible was accomplished; the building that now houses one of Wisconsin's largest and most modern curling clubs was financed, constructed and ready for curling for that 1988-89 season!

Link to Membership Page




December 1 and 2, 2018
$150.00 Entry Fee Per Team
Open Bonspiel   Free Soda and Food All Weekend
For more information, contact:
Tony Nelson at tonynelsonwi@gmail.com
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We are excited to share with you our new
Rice Lake Curling Club Apparel Page
filled with hats, fleece jackets and outerwear.
Styles for men and women.
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RLCC Apparel Page




OUR SPONSORS


RICE LAKE CURLING CLUB
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

         Youth Curling Classes          
Classes will be held Tuesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30,
January 1st through February 5th,
with a Bonspiel on Saturday, February 9th.
Kids between the ages of 8 and 18 are welcome to participate.
Cost is $25.00 per child. All necessary equipment will be provided.
If you would like to sign up a child, please contact
Karen Dundore at dundorek@gmail.com
or text 715 205-5114



         You Can Be A Bonspiel Host        
Hosting is an important component of a successful Bonspiel and Rice Lake Curling Club counts on it's members to make our guests feel special.  Hosting is a wonderful way to meet curlers from other areas and to show them Rice Lake hospitality. Please volunteer a few hours to an upcoming Bonspiel.





           INSTRUCTION RESOURCES     

Whether you 
are new to curling 
or revisiting skills for the new season...