Curling has a long history in the Town of Arborg, dating as far back as 1945. Through the years, the sport has changed and developed but the one constant is the love residents have for it.

May to October - The Curling Club is transformed into a Pickle Ball Club. Featuring 5 courts, people of all ages & abilities are welcome to come out and enjoy this fast growing game. 

The Curling Club, 417 Recreation Centre, features a 4 sheet ice surface with conditions ranked as one of the best in the Interlake. Other features of the Curling Club include:
    •    Club room
    •    Changing rooms
    •    Canteen facilities
    •    Satellite TV
The Curling Club annually hosts a number of bonspiels and is home to Mens, Ladies, Mixed and Junior Leagues.

Curling Programs may include:

Little Rocks Curling:

Youth Curling: Open to Grade 6 - 10 Youth, 30 minutes of instruction followed by a game. 

Junior Curling - League:  

Sticks & Stones: Continue to curl with no sliding and virtually no sweeping.

Men's League: Tuesday, 7 pm 

Women's League: Thursday, 7 pm

Mixed Doubles League

Located just outside the Curling Club is the World's Largest Curling Rock. Erected in June of 2005, the Rock pays tribute to 2 local High School teams who won the Provincial High School Curling Championship titles in 1948/49, 1949/50 and 1988. A plaque below the monument highlights each of these individuals in their momentous place in the history of curling in Arborg.
For more information, please contact 204-376-5576.