Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are your plans regarding COVID 19 protocols? Will masks be required this season? Will broomstacking be allowed?
A: Masks and vaccinations are no longer required to enter our club. We are once again allowing broomstacking, though we encourage people to carry their own drinks regardless of who buys it, and to be vigilant when sharing common bowls or bags of snacks such as potato chips.

Q: I have never curled before and would like to learn. What are my options to learn to curl? 
A: We will be offering a number of Open Houses, Curling & Cocktails, and Learn-to-Curl sessions throughout the  season. They are listed under the "Try Curling" menu on our website and registration is now open for all events. We also offer dates for private parties/events. For more information about private events, visit the "Private Events" option of the "Try Curling" menu on our website.

Q: I just started curling. What leagues would be appropriate for me?
A: We strongly recommend that you register for one of our 3 session Learn-to-Curl classes. In these three 2 hour sessions, you will work with our certified instructors to learn the basic skills, techniques, rules and etiquette of the game. On Sunday mornings we also offer an instructional league that is perfect for new curlers, though all of our leagues accept curlers of all skill levels. With the exception of our Monday night (competitive) league and the doubles league, you register for leagues as an individual curler. Teams are created by the league chair to be as even as possible with a mix of new and experienced curlers. We also offer a drop-in (pick up game) league on Friday and Saturday mornings, which is very low key and a great place to learn the game. League descriptions and contact information can be found HERE.

Q: My child is interested in curling and has never curled before. What are the options for a junior to learn to curl?
A: Our Juniors league (ages 12-17) meets Sundays from 12:30-2:30 pm. To register a new junior, select "Junior New Member Registration" under the "Join Our Club" drop down menu above.

Q: Will you offer corporate events or private parties?
A: We will be offering to host private events on designated dates and times. For more information about private events, visit the "Private Events" option of the "Try Curling" menu on our website. To go straight to booking an event clicjk on the link on the right side of this page. This will take you to an EventBrite page where you can select and reserve an available date.

Q: How will I know if there is a spot available for the league I am interested in joining? 
A: We do our best to accommodate all members who sign up for each league. If any of our leagues fill up to maximum capacity before the start of the season, we will remove that league as an option in the registration process. If you register after the opening of the season (after October 4th), you should contact the league chair. League descriptions and contact information can be found HERE.

Q: What volunteers are needed this year?
A: As always, we will need volunteers to: 

  • Staff the warm room and ice for open houses, learn-to-curls, and private events
  • help with bonspiels (food prep, clean-up, ice maintenance and equipment sanitization)
  • Pebble and nip for leagues

Q: If I am not curling this season but I would like to support the club by donating  to the club, how do I do this?
A: The easiest way is to use the "Donations/Partial Dues/Other Payments" form located under Membership Forms when you log in to the website. This will allow you to make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal or credit card. If you wish to join as an associate member, register and pay through the "Membership & League Sign Up link on the Members' home page. If you are not an Ardsley Curling Club member and wish to donate, you can make a tax-deductible donation to the club or the building fund by clicking on the link on our home page.

Q: Did the 2020-2021 season count against my 5 and under eligibility since there were no bonspiels that year?
A: No. When the GNCC announced its decision to cancel all of its annual 5 and under events for that season, they ruled that the 2020-2021 season will not count toward anyone's 5 and under eligibility.

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PO Box 54
Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY

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At the Ardsley Curling Club

. . . you'll find a warm atmosphere (yes, despite the ice), ideal for establishing and nurturing friendships. Here you'll play a great game in men's, women's, mixed, and seniors league competition (Oct. - April). Instructional programs help you get started, and support from your teammates and 'skip' (captain) assures your progress. There's a juniors program too for kids age 12-18. And you'll enjoy sitting in front of the clubhouse's giant fireplace with teammates and opponents after games with some refreshments, talking over the game's highpoints.



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