Club Membership

Amherst Curling Club Membership

The Amherst Curling Club is a member-owned, four-sheet curling facility. We offer a fun relaxing atmosphere where you can have fun, socialize, keep fit and stay active. Regardless if you are a new to curling or are a more experienced curler, we offer a variety of different memberships levels curling from beginners to competitive and hope to see you on the ice or around the club soon!

  • 2Full Membership $400.00 – For individual members who would like to enjoy curling in multiple leagues
  • Husband/Wife Full Membership $720.00 – For couples who would like to enjoy curling in multiple leagues
  • First Year Full Membership $150.00 – Includes players under the age of 25, Post Secondary Students and those who played Less than 3 years at any club
  • One Night Membership –$265.00 – For curlers playing in one evening league per week
  • Junior Membership $115.00
  • Social Membership $50.00

All memberships require a signed waiver form and fees include all taxes.

Amherst Curling Club Membership Form

Click here to download a 2017-2018 Membership Form or drop by the Amherst Curling Club and pick up a paper copy.

 

 

Blueberry Harvest Festival Beer Garden

Blueberry Harvest Festival Beer Garden

We are again hosting the Amherst Blueberry Harvest Festival Beer Garden, and are working on the details. Therefore wanted to give everyone a heads up that a few weeks before the event we will start making calls to see who is available to help out either with the setup or with the event itself, so please mark the date on your calendar.

10th Annual ACC Golf Tournament – June 16th, 2017

The 10th Annual ACC Golf Tournament is coming up soon, see the details below! Register as soon as possible by contacting Peter Rushton (email: [email protected] or phone: 902-664-8191)

Where’s dat accent to b’ys? (This hour has 22 minutes curling)

Where’s dat accent to b’ys?

Where’s dat accent to b’ys? (This hour has 22 minutes curling) Team Newfoundland and Labrador scored big when they were crowned the 2017 Tim Hortons Brier champs on home ice. But the curling victory has 22 Minutes asking: What happened to the good old fashioned Newfoundland accent?