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Welcome to the second century of curling in Wauwatosa
The Club

For more than 100 years, the Wauwatosa Curling Club has been a staple in Southeastern Wisconsin. First held in a shed where the Wauwatosa City Hall now stands, curling takes place in the Muellner Building in the heart of Wauwatosa.

The curling club offers casual and competitive curling for members from across the Southeastern Wisconsin area. While curling is at the heart, the club provides a place for comradery and community.

From junior curling to engage youth to an innovative adaptive program to senior curling and everything in between, this lifelong sport is truly an option and open for all.

  • Club members represent 150+ companies from across Wisconsin

  • Approximately 20 Try Curling and Corporate Events each year, hosting more than 350+ community members to introduce to the game

  • Adaptive Curling programming, including Paralympic Clinics, Visually Impaired and VA Curling events

  • 14 Bonspiels, with more than 600+ yearly attendees from Southeastern Wisconsin and the United States

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Growth and economic benefits in Tosa and Milwaukee County

Tournament-quality playing surface, ice-level hospitality

Help us make a difference both on and off the ice

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The Opportunity

For the past 85+ years, the Wauwatosa Curling Club has called the Muellner Building home. In partnership with the City of Wauwatosa, the club shares the space with the city for programming and community offerings.

The curling club is in serious need of improvements, one of the most important being ice (yes, it’s necessary for curling). In addition, improvements to the club room, accessibility and amenities are needed to continue to offer a top-notch experience to club and community members.

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Club & Community Impact

A renovated and updated club provides significant economic benefits to Wauwatosa and Southeastern Wisconsin. Renovations will allow for greater ability to host national to local events, drawing visitors from throughout Wisconsin and across the United States.

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