Learn to Curl graduates, or those with previous curling experience, are invited to join our weekly league play. Teams of 4 play once a week on a set schedule for 7 to 10 weeks. (Some teams have more than 4 players to accommodate absences.) League play requires a commitment to play weekly and prepayment for the league duration. Those unable to commit to weekly play are encouraged to be on our substitute list.
Usually there are three league seasons during a curling year. Play starts in the Fall in October, Winter League is after a break for the Christmas and New Year holidays, and the Spring League completes the cycle. During the summer the Town Toyota Center may offer public curling on specified days. Club volunteers oversee those public sessions. The next open curling is anticipated to start in late summer 2013.
League Standings, Schedule, Team Information
Winter League play began on January 13, 2013 and ran through March 24. Click for the final standings for the Winter 2013 season. Team Buchanan repeated as a season champ, this time joined by Team Sexton as co-champions. The two teams split their head to head competition and each had 8 wins for the season. Congrats to both teams. As always, the emphasis was on having fun and all eight teams came out a winner on that score.
Pictured from the co-champs are Case Kwak, Greg Sexton and Greg Alderson from Team Sexton. To their right representing Team Buchanan are Marc and Dave Buchanan.
Fall competition began October 21, 2012 and wrapped up December 9. Team Buchanan held sway as repeat Fall League Champs. Team Sexton finished as the runnerup. Click here for the final Fall 2012 league standings.
Like to know more, then come out during the Fall or Winter seasons and watch on Sundays starting at 5:15 at the Toyota Town Center public use ice sheet located at the south end of the complex. The Toyota Town Center is located adjacent to Lowes and across the street from Walla Walla Park in Wenatchee. Spectators are welcome and there is no charge.
Winning team skip or designee should complete a game summary slip at the conclusion of your game. Submit slips to Greg Alderson at the rink or send your score as soon as possible by sending an email to Greg. Thank you and good curling.