Club & Community Impact
As a non-profit, 100% volunteer led organization, the Wauwatosa Curling Club is committed to providing leagues and opportunities for individuals of all abilities to learn to love this unique sport
The Junior Curling Program caters to children and young adolescents eager to explore this unique sport. Junior curling has been part of the Wauwatosa Curling Club since it's inception. The Junior program provides an exciting introduction to this distinctive sport, blending competition and social connection.
Our Junior Curling Program encompasses:
Skill Development: From fundamental curling techniques to advanced skills
Teamwork: Cultivate relationships and teamwork skills on the ice
Physical Activity: Stay active while having a blast on the curling rink
Competition: Engage in friendly matches and structured competitions
Social Interaction: Create connections and make memories through shared experiences
The Junior Curling program unites kids with a shared passion for curling, fostering skill development and relationships. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or a beginner, everyone is welcome to join the fun.
Senior curling is a popular and inclusive sport for individuals aged 50 and older. Since the 1970s, Wauwatosa Curling Club has been an active leader in senior programming, serving as a founding member of a men’s senior curling group which eventually expanded to become the Wisconsin Illinois Senior Curling Association.
The Wauwatosa Curling has a robust and active seniors’ program, where participants enjoy its physical and mental challenges, fostering competitive spirit and social connections. From friendly matches at the club to national tournaments, our senior curlers embrace the sport, demonstrating that age is no barrier to staying active and engaged in a welcoming community.
When we say curling for all, we mean it. Our adaptive curling efforts include clinics, bonspiels, practices and more. In the 2022-2023 season, we supported Veterans, people from the community with disabilities, wheelchair curling practices, Visually Impaired Persons (BOLD), Adaptive Community Approach Program (ACAP) and a Paralympic Curling Clinic and Bonspiel.
Our Try Curling events are an opportunity for the club to open it’s doors several times throughout the year and let curious community members try this unique sport. Interest often increases during the Winter Olympics, but the sport continues to increase in popularity, especially during the cold winter months when people are looking for new activities!
Our Corporate Outings area a favorite among many companies in the Southeastern Wisconsin region, providing a unique event, fostering team building and an overall good time.