Curl Regina has been working very closely with CURLSask and the two Regina Clubs to establish a safe return policy. Please read this post to learn more.
Curl Regina is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the advancement of curling in the City of Regina. Supporting its member clubs, Curl Regina promotes the development of curling for all levels and ages of curlers in the Queen City. We also actively help in bidding on provincial, national and international competitions.
The Regina Sports Hall of Fame has announced its 2021 inductees, and includes champion curler Crystal Frisk. Hailing from Gray, Saskatchewan, Crystal competed in 37 provincial championships between 1977 and 2017. In women’s competition, Crystal competed in 6 provincial competitions. Her Prince Albert team (along with Bonnie Brandon, Pam Ochitwa and Sharon Kvinlaug) won the
The 2022 SaskTel Tankard Provincial Men’s Curling Championship has been officially awarded to Curl Regina. The event will run from February 9 -13, 2022. The curling championship will take place at the Cooperators Centre in Regina. This beautiful facility has seating for 1200 and will be hosting the best men’s teams in Saskatchewan as they
Both curling clubs in Regina will be shutting down for the season and will look to reopen in Fall 2021. If you belong to a league please watch for communication from that curling clubs in regards to refunds etc. If you belong to the Curl Regina Youth League expect to receive information in the coming
Hello Regina Curlers! Curl Regina, the Highland Curling Club and the Caledonian Curling Club have been working together to ensure a safe return to play plan for curlers within our City. The safety of our membership, staff and patrons has been at the forefront of all discussions as we work to re-open both of our