75 Years of Curling!

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Thank you to all our members that sold 50/50 tickets for our 75th Anniversary Celebration.  While falling short of our goal of raising $75,000, we are pleased to announce that we did get to $47,240!  On Saturday, March 16th at our Appreciation Event, the lucky winner was chosen!  A hush fell over the crowd when the ticket number was announced  - congratulations to our 50/50 raffle winner: Beth Oakley!  

Ticket: # 3571  Ticket Holder: Beth Oakley

Winning Amount: $ 23,620





 Big congratulations all around to the winners of each division in our 75th Anniversary Open Funspiel that took place this past weekend, Feb 1-3, 2024!

 Want to see more pictures?  Click here to see pictures from the event!

Did you take lots of pictures at the event as well?  Great! We would love to see them! You can upload them here to the picture site.

Videos that were shown at the event can be found on our YouTube Channel!

Thanks to our genours sponsors!

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Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket for the 50/50 draw with proceeds going to the Hec Gervais Scholarship Foundation.  With your support, funds raised totalled $1,328! And as an added bonus, Grant Fedoruk from Leading Edge Physiotherapy has agreed to match these proceeds! Thank you so much!

Drawing Ticket Numbers: 

Thus. Feb 1st, 2024 - Yellow Ticket: 04049504  Status: Claimed  Prize: $ 332.00     

Fri. Feb 2nd, 2024 - Red Ticket: 542532  Status: Claimed  Prize: $ 450.00 

Sat. Feb 3rd, 2024 - Red Ticket: 543227  Status: Claimed  Prize: $ 546.00





(click on image to read article)
January 18, 2024:  St. Albert Curling Club Sweeps to 75th Anniversary


January 14, 2011 - Curling Club Unveils Wall of Fame


October 26, 2016: Kennedy Supports Junior Curling


April 13, 1988:  Kathy Tenant Takes the Helm as First Female President




The first curling rink in the town of St. Albert was built downtown in 1949 next to the skating rink , right across from The Bruin Inn. It was a cold, two sheet natural ice rink. Frank Hesse and other curling volunteers built the wooden building......   More information




St. Albert Curling Club has had many champions in its 75 year history! We have a Wall of Fame in our "Friendly Giant Lounge" - why not come visit us to check it out.  Read more


(image courtesy of St. Albert Gazette) Click here to read full story




Our 75th Anniversary Celebration Open Funspiel is Feb 1,2,3, 2024!!  We'll party like it's 1949!  An old-time open funspiel with prizes reminiscent of "the good old days", like toasters, pickle dishes, transistor radios....!  Event nights are included for all registered teams, with finger foods offered on Thursday night and Friday night, wrapping up with a banquet and dance after the prize presentations on Saturday night.  Special prizes for the oldest participant, youngest, best team name, and of course the charming "Skunk" prize!  No gender restrictions, and we welcome any age and ability to participate.

32 Teams max, 6-end games, 3 games guaranteed.  Thursday & Friday draw times 5pm, 6:30pm, 8pm.  All day Saturday. 

Proudly sponsored by:




Hec Gervais "the friendly giant"


 "1961 Curling World Championship winners was the Canadian team that was all based in Alberta. St. Albert's Hector Gervais was skip, Vic Raymer second, third Ray Werner and lead was Wally Ursuliak (b.1929). The team won the trophy in Edinburgh by defeating Scotland on 30 March 1961. Hector Gervais (1934-1997) was known as"the friendly giant". He was a two-time Brier Champion and former Curling World Champion. Gervais Road in St. Albert is named after him as is the Hec Gervais Academic and Curling Scholarship."












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We are a unique community facility offering  a variety of curling opportunities including youth and adult instruction, leagues, bonspiels and ice rental for corporate and community events, as well as special event space.  We are fully wheelchair accessible, including curling ice.