School Events

TEAM BUILDING  •  ALL AGES & ABILITIES  •  OLYMPIC EXPERIENCE

The dynamic sport of curling — four people working together on each shot with constant communication — provide a terrific team-building exercise or just a great time with friends. The focus is on fun, and the atmosphere is relaxed.

School Event Schedule

School events are 2 hours in length of on ice instruction and play. School groups may come for multiple days to gain the full experience of curling.

Potential groups should contact the club at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ,or call 860 309 2414, to determine if the Club is available for use at a specific time and date. Once a date has been established, we require a 50% deposit to reserve the date. 

Fees

$200 minimum - covers up to 10 people 

$20/person each addtional

- The NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is due at the time of booking and covers up to 10 participants.
- Fees include ice rental, instruction, and equipment use.
- Remaining fees can be paid in advance or on the day of your event.
- Notify the Curling Club when your participant number changes. You are financially responsible for the contracted number of people on your contract or the number participating in your event - whichever is greater.
- Final participant numbers can be adjusted up to 7 days prior to your event (email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  

 Class Content

15 Minutes in the warmroom for waiver review, safety and rules of the game

30-45  Minutes on the ice to practice skills and drills

Time remaining is for game play

Our instructors will be with you the entire time. Don’t worry about not having curling experience – most groups have none.  We are here to help you learn and have fun!

 More Information

Group size can range from 6 to 20 participants. (16 participant is ideal)  

Curling is played 4 against 4. Games can be modified if you have a team of 3 (or even 5). To save time, have your teams or tournaments set prior to arriving. Typically one team will play another team for the entire duration and you will get about 4 to 6 ends in (each end, like an inning in baseball, takes about 15-20 minutes). If you are running a tournament or want to play different opponents, note that a “game” will probably be one or two ends.

Slips and falls, although very rare, can happen. Wearing dress shoes increases the risk of a fall.  We stress the importance of carrying in clean athletic shoes. This helps keep our ice clean and you safe. 

The school is required to provide One chaperone per eight (8) students (grade school age) or One chaperone per sixteen (16) students (high school age).

Groups displaying unsafe or unruly behavior or arrive at the club under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave immediately without refund (at the discretion of the instructors).

Participants must sign a waiver form prior to stepping on the ice. Junior participants must have a parent or guardian sign the waiver form before stepping on the ice. 

 Dress for Your Curling Event

  • Bring along a clean pair of clean-on-the-bottom athletic shoes. Carry them in, do not wear them in. It is extremely important to keep the ice clean.  No leather soled shoes or metal lace hooks.
  • Dress comfortably. Jeans are difficult – wear loose fitting/stretchy clothes as you will be in lunge positions.
  • The curling arena is about 40°F. Consider a hat, gloves and a warm jacket or hoodie.

 Food and Beverage

Our club offers a viewing area for socializing and organizing the group. You may bring your own food or snacks.

 There are no refunds or exchanges for any reason (cancellations, no shows, weather, etc) unless the event is cancelled by Norfolk Curling Club.


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Norfolk Curling Club
70 Golf Drive
Norfolk, CT 06058

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The Norfolk Curling Club (NCC) is a two-sheet curling facility located at 70 Golf Drive in Norfolk, CT. Established in 1956, we are a nonprofit organization, run entirely by volunteers, supported by membership dues and income from special curling events. The club is a member of the Grand National Curling Club of America (GNCC) and the United States Women’s Curling Association (USWCA).

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