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After Work Social League

 league fwcc after workFort William Curling Club is thrilled to announce its inaugral After Work Social League geared towards the beginner level curler. Get your friends or coworkers together after work to enjoy and learn about the sport of curling!

The Social League is a 6-week program that will provide participants with a friendly league play experience and introduction to the game of curling. Participants in the Beginner Social League will be provided with basic instruction and safety training to allow themselves to feel comfortable on the ice and thoroughly enjoy the league. This league provides a perfect opportunity to join as a team or an individual wishing to be placed on a team. The After Work Social League encourages team entry submissions from local businesses/organizations or allow teams to gather friend groups who are looking for a great night of fun and socialization.

League Contact Info:

Tricia Sampson
(807) 630-8304
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Candy McLean
(807) 708-3500
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2024/2025 After Work Social League Dates & Times

 League Night Dates Timeslot Flights   
Mondays - 6 Weeks Oct 21/2024 - Nov 25/2024 5:30-6:45pm N/A
Mondays - Full Season Oct 21/2024 - Apr 7/2025 5:30-6:45pm N/A


2024/2025 After Work Social League Rates 

 Frequency Base Cost HST TOTAL
Every Monday (6 Week Program) $500 Team Rate (based on 4) $65 $565
Every Monday (Full Season) $800 Team Rate (based on 4) $104 $904
Every Monday (6 Week Program) $125 Individual Rate  $16.25 $141.25

NOCA Fee*: $19 (NOCA $17 and Curling Canada $2 including taxes).
*Fee must be paid once, regardless of number of leagues entered, unless you have proof of payment at another club for the current season.

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Rules of Play

  1. The teams shall toss a coin to determine which team delivers the first stone in the first end. The winner of the toss has the choice between playing the first or second stone of the end. The team that plays the first stone of the end has choice of handle colour.
  2. All games are 4 ends (or buzzer) whichever comes first. If the two teams agree prior to the game to play less than 8, the buzzer rule must still be followed if time becomes an issue. The buzzer indicates you complete the end you're in and play 1 more.
  3. An end is considered complete once the final stone thrown in an end comes to rest.
  4. Please remember to keep up the pace of play. The buzzer gives you 20 minutes before the next draw. You should be able to complete your game in that time frame.
  5. If a team has a spare player, that person must throw 1st or 2nd rocks.
  6. The 5 Rock Rule applies.
  7. The “No-tick” Rule is not in effect.
  8. Ties are allowed in round robin play.

Unless otherwise stated above, the general rules of play from Curling Canada should be followed where applicable:

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Fort William Curling Club
218 N. Vickers St.
Thunder Bay, ON
P7C 6A3
Club: ☎ 807-622-5377

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