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The rookie's guide to curling on PEI

Ask about PEI's Rookie Deal CURLING — also called "The Roaring Game" — is admittedly a unique sport which resembles a hybrid of frozen shuffleboard and power sweeping. But no matter the age or skill level, curling is the perfect activity for friends, family, and co-workers to enjoy an hour or two of fun and yelling at the top of their lungs.

Curling is not just for competitive curlers. It's a fantastic
recreational sport that keeps you active the entire game.
Once you spend a game sliding and sweeping around, we're
pretty sure you'll be hooked.

Come on out to rock the ice with us!

Highlighted Events

Alpine Funspiel - Charlottetown - March 3 & 4
The Annual Alpine Fun Curling Bonspiel takes place March 3rd and 4th at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. Entry is limited to the 1st 24 teams that sign up.

Mardi Gras Funspiel - Summerside - March 2-4

Sponsored by NAPA Provincial Auto Parts, the Summerside Rotary Club’s annual Mardi Gras curling funspiel is almost here. This important fundraising event will be held on March 2-4 at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Community Complex, with proceeds going to Rotary’s ‘Strive’ scholarship program. Each year Summerside Rotary provides five $1000 scholarships to local high school graduates. The Mardi Gras has become the key fundraiser for these scholarships.


Pink Ladies Funspiel - Montague - February 24 & 25
The Montague Curling Rink presents its annual PINK LADIES FUNSPIEL on February 24th & February 25th.  Entry fee $140/team.  Guaranteed three 6-end games.

The Two Minute Guide To Curling