The Rice Lake Curling Club
Thursday, September 27th, from 5:30 - 8:30
Open to the general public.

Join us at the Rice Lake Curling Club to welcome 
Olympic Gold Medalist, John Shuster to our community. 

This is a great opportunity to talk to John about his Olympic experience, watch a game from the warm area
and talk curling with other curling enthusiasts.

If you are new to curling and interested in learning, you can ask questions and sign up for "Learn to Curl" sessions
beginning on October 1st. Refreshments will be served. 

Hope to see you there!

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

Thanks For Coming
Tune Up Spiel 1st Event Winners!
Rutan Rink - Seattle
Sitting:  Rutan Rink - Seattle
Skip – Sean Murray, 3rd Nick Myers, 2nd Joseph Bonfory & Lead Duane Rutan
Standing: Running Rink - Mankato
Skip – Shawn Running, 3rd Shawn Slane, 2nd Guy Minnich & Lead Al Rykhus

      LEARN TO CURL      
At The Rice Lake Curling Club
Curling is a team sport played on ice with granite stones. It's fun for all ages, families or individuals. The best way to start curling is to take our LEARN TO CURL CLASS

Monday and Thursday Nights
October 1-18, 2018
Cost is $20.00
If joining for a full season the cost will be deducted from your first year dues.
To register call Bill Kind at 715-736-2023 or email
You can also register online by clicking the link below.
Learn To Curl Online Registration

of the
2018 Wisconsin State Senior Men's Curling Master Champions
Skip, Ron Parker
3rd, Bill Wiberg
2nd, Bob Stanonick
Lead,Wes Mohns

The 2018 Wisconsin State Senior Men's Curling Championships was hosted by the Arlington Curling Club and the Poynette Curling Club January 19, 20 21. The Parker team played five games in the three days.