March Newsletter

Club champions declared in three categories

The annual club championship, Mar. 8-10, was dominated by the Monday Open League with its teams winning titles in all three categories. You can view results at

Men's Champions


On the Rocks, left to right: lead Glenn Davidson, skip Robert White, third Luke Kysow. The team played three the whole weekend without teammate Kevin Wagner.


Women's Champions


CHER, left to right: third Miki Endo, second Tammy Cameron, lead Jennifer Bailey, skip Kenna Roald


Open Champions

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Crowded House, left to right: lead Peter Kwok, third Olivier Eymere, second Chris Chute, skip Jaime McLaren.


Junior curlers from Marpole place 4th at 2024 BC Winter Games 

This girls' team, representing zone 5, practiced every Saturday morning in recent months at the Marpole Curling Club in preparation for the BC Winter Games in Quesnel, Feb. 23-25. The team earned a spot in the bronze medal game and placed fourth in the bonspiel.


 The team, coached by Brian Fitzgibbon, includes skip Arianna Wu, third Chloe Yuen, second Yalda Tabesh, and lead Sharlotte Wong.


VCC hosting Curl BC competition coach course with a discount for women

Curl BC has received a Via Sport coach legacy grant that is designed to remove barriers in coaching and promote woman in coaching. As a result, Vancouver CC will be hosting a Curl BC competition coach course on the Apr. 6-7 weekend that offers women a 70 percent discount. Just go to the link below and type in coachlegacy in the discount code space. Men are welcome to register at the normal price of $184.40.

The lead facilitator will be VCC member and former coach Heather Beatty. Competition coach credentials allow you to coach a team at a provincial championship, be an instructor at events like Curl BC Rockslide Camps, gain valuable knowledge and skills to start or continue your coaching journey, understand and implement the national standards in coaching, and also join the VCC and Marpole CC coaching staff. Contact Richard Brower at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested in coaching at the two clubs.

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Spring league curling coming up at Vancouver CC


The spring ice conditions will be better than this at Vancouver Curling Club! Spring leagues on Monday/Wednesday evenings and Tuesday/Thursday evenings starting late March and early April. Spring doubles league on Tuesdays at 9:00 pm as well.


Local scouts visit Marpole on Curling Day in Canada 

We welcome many groups each week to our Club through our rental program. On Curling Day in Canada, Feb. 24, scouts and venturers from the 28th Kitsilano Scout Group joined us for a fun afternoon. Most of the participants had never been on the ice before.  We thank all of our coaches for their experitise and care to make sure new curlers have a great experience. 



Play lawn bowling after the curling season

Dunbar Lawn Bowling

Are you looking for something to do after the curling season ends? You might want to consider lawn bowling! Dunbar Lawn Bowling Club  is offering three lessons in late April for $30. If you decide to become a member this $30 is deducted from the “new members” fee of $125, already a reduced fee from the usual $250. There are many curlers already lawn bowling, so we encourage you to come try it out. Equipment is provided.

Contact Us

Marpole Curling Club

8730 Heather Street
Vancouver, BC, V6P 3S8

Phone: 604-327-3400


About MCC

Our facility was built in 1959 and still holds the same inviting atmosphere that it did back then. With six sheets of ice, a cafe, bar/lounge, games room and meeting room, we are able to accommodate events of all kinds. We are continuing to work on our club to ensure it is up-to-date, while still respecting its history and character.

The Marpole Curling Club acknowledges that it is situated on the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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