Curling in Indiana?
You bet! The Circle City Curling Club was founded in 2007 and is home to a growing group of rock-crazed players of all ages and experience levels. From October to April, we sponsor weekly curling sessions at the Forum at Fishers, just Northeast of Indianapolis.
If you've seen the sport on the Olympics and always wanted to try, here's your chance. Come join us! We'll provide the rocks, the brooms and the ice. Fun is assured.
Club News & Notes
If the houses are covered with ice it must be curling season! Don't bother to look outside; we curl at the Forum in Fishers and they've got plenty of ice covering our "houses" Our experienced curlers will be starting league soon. (be sure to get your dues in) And, we've got some opportunities for new folks that are interested in trying the sport. Check out our Clinics page for more info.
NEW clinic dates are avaliable! Sign up now!
A huge thank you to the businesses that sponsored our teams for the Arena Nationals at Fort Wayne!
Here are the Circle City curlers that will be participating. Good luck, and "Good Curling!", to all of them.
2011 Hoosier Cup Champs!
The Circle City Curling Club brought home the Hoosier Cup in the inaugural (soon to be annual) competition between CCCC and the Fort Wayne Curling Club.
Curling Rocks TV Program Produced by Circle City Curling
This program in three acts serves as an introduction to the sport and our club. It is airing locally on the Hometown Sports Channel (Comcast 81). The project was shot and edited by Jeff Heck and written and narrated by Stephen Conway. The program is sponsored by Marble Uniques.
Indianapolis Mayor Learns to Curl
Mayor Greg Ballard joined Circle City Curling one evening to learn about the sport.
Curler Kevin Martin Revved About Indy!
Club President Daniel Louks had the privilege to speak with Gold Medalist and Skip for Team Canada Kevin Martin during the festivities surrounding the Indy Car race in Edmonton!
A Tremendous Year for Circle City Curling
The 2010 season was one of unprecedented growth for the club, due, of course, to the Winter Olympics. In February and March alone, club members taught over 500 people how to curl. Our membership numbers are growing and we are planning Fall leagues starting in October. We look forward to another great year once the weather turns crisp and cool.