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Curling Sections at High Park

The Club offers various leagues and days to play. We welcome all levels of curlers, from no experience to well experienced. Below is a list of the sections and leagues within each section.
 

Curling Sections at High Park

  • Prime Time Leagues
  • Social Leagues
  • Weekday Leagues
  • Youth Programs

Sunday Open (5:00 pm & 7:30 pm)

This mixed league has an "open" format which means that there are no hard and fast rules on the number or placement of gender. It provides good curling in a friendly environment and awards regular season and playoff champions.

Section Contact: sunopen@highparkclub.com
 

Monday Men's Section (6:30pm & 9:00 pm)

Men's competitive, team entry.

Section Contact: monmen@highparkclub.com
 

Tuesday Evenings (6:30 pm & 9:00 pm)

This is the Club's most competitive traditional mixed league, using 5 flights and a win/loss scoring system. Sign up early for this section as it always fills its 25-team complement. If you don't have a team, there is a "free agent" sign-up to match those wishing to join the league and those teams missing members.

Section Contact: tuemixed@highparkclub.com
 

Wednesday Women's (6:30 pm & 9:00 pm)

Wednesday Women's section is a competitive, team entry league open to women of all levels.  While the league is classified as competitive it is also social and we have several events throughout the season to have fun off the ice too.  Teams play four series through the regular season in four different flights; at the end of each series teams move up and down between flights dependent upon results.  Playoffs are double knockout with the main draw consisting of the top 18 regular season teams and a fifth event for the last six teams.

Section Contact: wedwomen@highpark.com
 

Thursday Evenings (6:30 pm & 9:00 pm)

Men's competitive, team entry.

Section Contact: thumen@highparkclub.com

Sunday Rec League (1:30 pm)

This mixed league has an "open" format which means that there are no hard and fast rules on the number or placement of gender. All levels of curling are welcomed, and we support each other while people learn and improve on their game. Expect “fun days” throughout the season as well as regular season and playoff championships.

Section Contact: sunrec@highparkclub.com

Friday Evenings (4:30 pm, 7:00 pm & 9:30 pm)

This league is designed to combine good curling and social fun! Teams are assigned by the "luck of the draw." After a half-season, teams are drawn again, so this is the best section to join to meet fellow curlers, or if you are new to curling and don't want to face the heat of competition just yet!

Section Contact: frisocial@highparkclub.com
 

Saturday Social Mixed (6:30pm & 9:00pm alternating)

This entry-level section of the club is perfect for new and experienced curlers. The emphasis on Saturday nights is learning the game and having fun. Individual and team skills are developed both on and off the ice through clinics and game play. Our weekly games are six ends, and members are assigned to teams with the goals of creating teams of equal calibre and maximizing the number of different people that play together on a team over each of three series. The final series culminates with a playoff run and championship evening. Several social events and theme nights are organized throughout the year to keep the focus on fun and friendship.

Section Contact: satsocial@highparkclub.com

Monday Open (3:30 pm)

Our league is mostly composed of current and former teachers.  Some of our players have many years of experience and some are brand new to curling.  We have an annual bonspiel in late March or early April with the teachers league based at East York and finish with our own internal playoffs.

Section Contact: mondayopen@highparkclub.com
 

Tuesday Day Mixed (10 am & 12:30 pm)

The Tuesday Day Mixed is an open format. Members are assigned teams upon arrival. It is open to both men and women players. Positions are based on prior curling experience at the discretion of the draw master. However, no prior curling experience is necessary to be a member of this league.

Section Contact: tuesdayopen@highparkclub.com
 

Day Men's Section (10:30 am & 1:00 pm)

The Day Men's section presents a tag draw format that includes all skill levels from novice to some of the club's most experienced curlers. The drawmasters place each curler in the appropriate position based on skill level and experience. Each week a 2 dollar raffle is held with the proceeds used to fund the weekly prizes and the prizes for our Christmas and Year End bonspiels.

During the season, the Day Men section provides teams to participate in the West End Seniors. League competing each Friday afternoon against teams from St, George's, Humber Seniors and Mississauga. All members of the Daymen section are encouraged to play on these teams.

Wednesdays - 10:30 am & 1:00 pm

Section Committee

Chair: Richard Scott
Past-chair: George Artemiw
Morning Drawmaster: Bill McKay
Afternoon Drawmasters: Richard Glicner & Gordon Whitney
Contact: daymen@highparkclub.com

Thursday Mornings Ladies (10:00 am)

This daytime ladies’ league is designed to offer good curling in a
relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Teams are assigned and will be
switched up after a half-season, giving you the opportunity to meet
and play with different ladies. All levels of curlers are welcomed. An
ideal league for someone new to curling.

The league will consist of 11-12 teams plus spare list.

Thursdays - 10:00am

Section Committee 

Chair: Janet Wells
Drawmaster: Maureen Vance
Contact: mornwomen@highparkclub.com
 

Thursday Afternoon Women (1:00pm)

This friendly fun league offers curling for all skill levels from novice to experienced. The section is a tag draw. There are no set teams and spares are not required. Teams are made up each week based on who is available to play.  Various “fun” days are held throughout the season. 
 

Section Committee 

Co-Chairs/Drawmasters: Lynne Reid & Virginia Mugford
Contact: daywomen@highparkclub.com

Juniors (ages 13 to 19) (Wednesday Afternoons 3:30 pm and Sunday Mornings 10 am)

The junior program is for kids 12+.  On Wednesday afternoon, skills are taught through drills and practices.  Rules & etiquette are also taught.  On Sunday mornings, these skills are put into action through fun games.  Please come in time to do a warm up before hitting the ice!

Section Contact: juniors@highparkclub.com

 

Little Rocks (U12 birth years 2010-2015)

Start Date TBD

Whether their parents curl, or they have seen curling on TV, joining the Little Rocks section gives children the chance to play the sport of curling. Using lighter, smaller curling rocks, kids learn the game while having fun in a supportive environment. Each week, time is spent on the ice practicing skills, learning the ins and outs of the game and of course a few ends are played. Adult High Park Club curlers volunteer their time to help coach the section because they love the game and want to help foster the next generation of curlers. Curlers must provide their own helmet. A bicycle, hockey, skating or skiing helmet is appropriate. Curlers must also bring a pair of clean running shoes. The club provides brushes and sliders.

Section Contact: littlerocks@highparkclub.com