The approved dress code at the Club reflects our members’ desire to maintain tradition and decorum.
We propose the following guidelines when curling or attending club functions.
Blue, black, or white jacket or sweater. Blue or black pants. No jeans or sweatpants. Curling shoes or clean rubber soled footwear.
Business casual, prior to and following a match, curling clothes are acceptable. No jeans or sweatpants.
Club Social Events:
Business casual, blazers, suits, or sport jackets are recommended.
Use of cell phones is permitted only in the telephone booth in the front hall and in the locker rooms.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the clubhouse or the ice shed.
Curling and Club Etiquette
In the interest of promoting practices that will provide the greatest pleasure and satisfaction for all participants, attention is drawn to the following points:
Before the match:
- Curling is a team sport. As a team member, it is your
responsibility to know when you are scheduled to play. If you
cannot be present, you should speak to your skip and help him or
her to find a replacement who qualifies under the rules of the
On the ice:
- Players of either side should take care not to move about or cross
the ice when another player is preparing to deliver or is
delivering his stone.
- Players of the opposing side must not move towards the middle
of the rink to follow the path of a running stone as this may
obscure the view of both the player delivering the stone and his
- Skips, seconds and leads shall remain outside the hog line while
the score in any end is being determined.
- Only the skip, or a person appointed by him, has the right to
sweep behind the tee line.
- Unless sweeping a running stone, no player, other than the skip
or third, has the right to enter the house while an end is in
- In the interest of clean ice, players should clean their footwear
with the electric cleaner before stepping onto the ice, and they
should not walk on the sideboards