Hamilton Victoria Curling Club

Hamilton Victoria Curling Club

hamilton victoria logo568 King Street East
Hamilton, ON L8N 1E2

A bit about Curling at the Hamilton Victoria Curling Club:

The Hamilton Victoria Club is the longest continuing sporting activity in the Hamilton-Wentworth area, dating back to before the “Around the Bay Road Race”. Originally located at the corner of Main Street East and Catharine Street, the club moved a number of times to its current location at 568 King Street East, in 1905. The club has had many notable members, including Dr. Elizabeth Bagshaw, who continues to have a bonspiel held in her name each year.

Located in the heart of Hamilton, we offer members a welcoming environment with leagues for all ages and skill levels. Affectionately known as “The Vic” to our members, the club plays host to district events, long time rental leagues and local schools as well. The ice is filled most weekdays from morning (Seniors curling) to evening (Recreational or Competitive League play). The Vic has members from across the city and surrounding communities and is always welcoming new members. One of our most popular leagues has been our “Learn to Curl” league which introduces the game of curling to those that have always wanted to “give it a try” or want to improve their skills. This league runs twice a year at the start of the October draw and the January draw.

The 2016/2017 season is a special one for the The Vic as we celebrate our 150th Anniversary, with a gala event at another Hamilton landmark, Liuna Station, on March 31,2017. We also will host the 2017 Ontario Men’s and Women’s Provincial U18 Championships from March 22-26, 2017.

For more information, click here to visit the Victoria Club website.

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