Welcome to the Minnesota Curling Association, an organization of over 5,000 Minnesota athletes who represent and promote the competitive yet always cordial, great game of curling.
The Minnesota Curling Association exists
…to promote the sport of curling and unite curling clubs within the state of Minnesota;
…to conduct state curling competitions;
…to coordinate educational programs and activities for Minnesota curlers;
…to provide a channel of communication of state bonspiels, curling rules, winning techniques, equipment updates;
…and to encourage all curlers to enjoy the marvelous, unique facets of curling: honest sportsmanship, athletic competition, and social club recreation.
News and Updates from the United States Curling Association
Two-minute Introduction to Curling (video)
What is Mixed Doubles Curling?
Curling Stones from Aisla Craig, Scotland (video)
2018 – 2019 CURLING CALENDARS & MEDIA GUIDE
All Minnesota Curling Association clubs are reminded to submit their upcoming curling season’s bonspiel dates and times for the MCA Calendar and to the USCA for its event calendar. The USCA is also now collecting club contact information for the annual Media Guide.
Submit bonspiel dates to the MCA
Submit bonspiel dates and Media Guide info to the USCA
CURLING NIGHT IN AMERICA AT THE CHASKA CC
The fifth season of Curling Night in America will be played and taped for broadcast at the Chaska Curling Center, August 27 – 29, 2018. For participating teams, draw times and ticket information, please click here.
RICHFIELD CURLING CLUB NOW OPEN
The Richfield Curling Club opened with an official ribbon cutting ceremony and social on Friday, June 8th. All curlers are invited to play in the Drop-in League games, 6:30 – 9:00pm, Fridays through August 17th.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS…
The 2018 United States Curling Association’s annual Membership Assembly will be October 13 – 14, in Albany, NY.
MEN WIN GOLD AT WINTER OLYMPICS!
2018 Winter Olympics highlights from the World Curling Federation and the United States Curling Association.
2018 Winter Paralympics Men’s and Women’s teams finish fourth and fifth.