Benefits of Curling
The federal government considers curling a lifelong sport and granted over 4 million to Curling Canada.
Helps develop core values
Physical strength among seniors improves
Provides a sense of community
Fun facts about curling…
Curling is a social sport, teaches respect (players shake hands and wish one another good luck before games start)
Curling is affordable. Most memberships average $180 for 6 months (that’s only $30 per month) with very little equipment to purchase.
Curling is a sport where any age can play together. Some are as young as 4 and some as experienced as 80+ years.
Curling builds community. All walks of life and professions curl together and socialize whereas they wouldn’t normally do so like a Lawyer, maid, farmer, cook, nurse, dental assistant, heavy equipment operator to name a few.
Curling is a physical sport. Studies have shown that it helps strengthen legs and improves balance which is very good when it’s icy outside!