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

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.
RLCC Apparel Page



     Rock Handle Sponsorship      
It is not too late to submit your sponsorship of a rock, engraved 
with your name for this season. We are extending the deadline until May, 1 2019. The rock will be engraved this summer in the down season and ready to go in the 2019-2020 season. The cost of sponsorship is $200.00, and is for the life of the rock handle.

   41st Annual Rice Lake Curling Club Campout    
August 2, 3, 4  2019    
at Rivers Edge Campground, W2753 Church Rd., Birchwood, WI 54817. This is 12 miles from town so people can come join us for the weekend or just one day. Join us for the bean bag tournament followed by corn boil and dish to pass on Saturday. Bring enough corn for your family and something to share. Also bean bag game if you have one. 

Hope you can join us
Jan Antczak 715-868-1981 or Larry Sharp 715-651-5854.

 Live Streaming of Rice Lake Curling Club Bonspiels 
Our Bonspiels will be broadcast live
thanks to Rice Lake Community Media.
You can choose local cable channel 993 or log into    
Choose Live Stream & Video Archive. Choose Live Stream to watch the current broadcast or scroll to the sports section in the left menu.
Most Bonspiels will be broadcast entirely on Saturday and the final game on Sunday. The Live Stream broadcast Programming times will be posted in the clubhouse on Friday

  Four Area High School Teams Win In The Barron   County Curling Championships   

The Rice Lake Curling Club hosted the 2019 Barron County Curling Championships on Wednesday March 6th. Twelve area teams competed. 

A Rice Lake High School Team were named the 2019 Champions.
Pictured left to right:
Garret Solum; Nick Chrisler; Jake Harris; Michael Bihrle

Another Rice Lake High School team won the Second event.
Pictured left to right:
Cole Halvorson; Peyton Buckley; John Hoang; Zach Widdes;
Coach: Logan Severson

A Rice Lake High School team also won the third event.
Pictured left to right:
Marquez Clerveaux; Deairus Clerveaux; Jamion Frazier; Victor Jimenez

A Cameron High School team won the fourth event.
Pictured left to right:
Remington Ladd; David Mezharich; Jerald Berg; Dawson Rich


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