Curling Experience

Is curling on your bucket list? Do you want to try throwing a rock the 126 feet to the button, before you decide if you want to join? Do you want a quick introduction into the sport of curling? Then the ‘Curling Experience’ is for you! It is a half hour of curling fun! You get to throw a rock, try sweeping, and play a quick end of play. Friendly and knowledgeable club members will be available to answer any questions you might have. By the end of the session, you’ll be a curler! It’s that easy!!!

All of this fun is only $25 per person. You must register online to participate.
Click here to see the Pittsburgh Curling Club’s COVID policy.

If you have any questions, email

Upcoming Curling Experience

Click here to sign up for the Curling Experience.

Feb. 6, 2022 1pm, 1:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm
Feb. 12, 2022 1pm, 1:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm
Feb. 13, 2022 11am, 11:45am, 12:30pm, 1:15pm
Feb. 19, 2022 1pm, 1:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm

Curlers with cranky knees, sore backs, other mobility issues can enjoy the greatest game on ice using the stick, a delivery device that allows a player to play without using a traditional slide delivery. Let us know if it may be difficult to do a traditional slide delivery, and we can help get you all set.

The Pittsburgh Curling Club also has Wheelchair Curling.

– You can sign up for a full Learn to Curl! Click Here for more information.
– If you want to join, but take things a little slow, we have a ‘Beginner Membership’ that gives you 2 draws with more instruction and 2 additional draws that you can use for pick-up any night that has pick-up.
– You can jump right in and become a regular member which allows you to join leagues or come out to pick-up.

Check out our membership page for more information.

Nothing – We have rubber grippers that you can put on the bottom of your shoes and brooms for you to use.

You should dress in warm, comfortable clothes – track pants or sweatpants work best. You want to wear layers that could be removed, when you are sweeping, you will get warm quickly.  If you typically get cold easily, you might want to have additional layers, a hat and/or gloves.  On-ice temperature is usually around 35 – 40°F.

Please wear clean athletic rubber soled shoes such as tennis shoes. We prefer that you bring your shoes and change them after entering the building, in an effort to reduce the amount of outside dirt that makes it onto the ice. We will also have rubber grippers that you will put on the bottom of your shoes.