Welcome to the RA Curling Club



It’s our 60th Anniversary Season!

Come celebrate. Join us at the Banquet on November 4 and the Bonspiel November 4-5. Tickets on sale now. Buy a unique commemorative shirt or curling print.

Click here for more information and details.



Other News 

NEW! Youth Program
Youth program
returns, Saturdays, 9 am


Club Jackets
Click here
 for more information and to order


Rock Our House —Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings

December 2-10, 2017 at the Canadian Tire Centre

Click here for more information


New to Curling

Instructional programs are given September to December.
Go to Learn-to-Curl for more information.



Why Curl at the RACC?

Our leagues are well run 

Our fees are competitive

Our ice and rocks are great!

We offer plenty of free parking, which is always cleared of snow

We have an on-site restaurant

You can join other clubs at the RA

We offer instruction to new curlers

We have a number of fun social events for club members.

We are friendly!

Winters are long! Curling is fun!


Join us! – We have something for everyone!

Daytime or evening;

men’s, women’s, mixed, or open;

fixed or draw curling.

Winners of the Presidents Spiel

The Club finished off its 2016/17 season with the President’s Spiel in early April.
Congratulations to team Buchko, winner of the Main Event.


From left to right: Robert Moreau (2nd ), Allessandro Longo (lead), John Buchko (Skip) and Andre Maxwell (3rd )

For photos of the winners in runners-up in all the divisions, and for other photos of the spiel and closing party, click here.


Any questions, further information, call or email Nancy Kirkwood






RA Centre  |  2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7 | 613.733.5100 |

Curling Club Events


RACC 60th Anniversary

Saturday, November 4


Saturday, November 4 &
Sunday, November 5


Tickets on sale now.

Click here for more information and details.




After your event, plan to join us in the Fieldhouse Bar & Grill!

Check out our Specials!




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