Congratulations to the following winning teams from our 2011 Mixed Bonspiel:
1ERU: Denten (Chicago)
2EW: Flanagan (Alpine)
2ERU: Branton (Pardeeville)
3EW: Reid (Chicago)
3ERU: Buege (Kettle Moraine)
Congratulations to all. See everyone next year for the 2012 Waltham Mixed Bonspiel!
Posted by Dave Jamros - Wednesday March 16, 2011
Congratulations to the following winning teams from our 2011 Mens Bonspiel:
1ERU: Stewart (Waltham)
2EW: Booth (Sarnia)
2ERU: Elwing (Wauwatosa)
3EW: Alpaugh (Tara)
3ERU: Desjarlis (Pardeeville)
Congratulations to all. See everyone next year for the 2012 Waltham Mens Bonspiel!
Posted by Dave Jamros - Sunday February 27, 2011
The Goldline Mobile Pro Shop will be visiting the Waltham Curling Club!
Thursday March 3 : 6PM – 8PM
(during league play)
Friday March 4th thru Sunday March 6th
(during the Mixed Bonspiel)
The Goldline Mobile Pro Shop is a curling store on wheels and is stocked with everything you need to curl your best. Shoes, brooms, gloves, sliders, stabilizers, replacement broom pads, clothing, novelty items and much more! You will have the opportunity to browse and purchase all of the latest curling equipment and apparel.
As a thank you, a percentage of sales will be given back to the Waltham Curling Club. See what the pro’s use!
Contact Rachel P. if you have any questions or would like to notify Debbie to bring your item (shoe size) in advance.
Posted by Matt Galas - Thursday February 17, 2011
Tiny Triumph swept up in curling
One of nation’s oldest curling clubs has a home in a small town whose most prominent features are grain bins
February 16, 2011
By Paul LaTour, Special to the Chicago Tribune
Posted by Matt Galas - Wednesday February 16, 2011
I will use the clubroom calendar to determine “open” ice times to schedule ICE MAINTENANCE. If you have an activity scheduled and it is not on that calendar you might come to the club at that time and find the ice un-useable as I did not know of the pending ice time already scheduled.
Thanks for your help in avoiding conflicts.
Posted by Henry Hagenbuch - Sunday January 2, 2011