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Upcoming Events 

Competitive Curling Coaching course October 26, 2019

Competitive Curling Coaching course October 27, 2019

Try Curling November 2, 2019

Winnies Winter Warm up November 13, 2019


The Ennismore Curling Club (ECC) was founded in 1974. The curling season runs from October through March each year. During this time there are a number of leagues and many tournaments ("bonspiels"). There are plenty of opportunities for you to come out to participate, compete, or just watch the action. We have an up and coming Youth league complete with light rocks for our youngest curlers, an amazing learn to curl programs to get you started at any age and stage, and opportunities for community partnerships and outreach through our Charity Bonspiels, as well as instruction programs with students from various schools. 

The club facility is available for rentals throughout the curling season as well as summer for weddings and other social events. There is a full bar and hall on the premises that can be rented for curling which makes a great corporate outing!

No matter what your interest, come on down to the ECC and check out our sport and our facility.





Curling News


Congratulations to Gail Campbell (Thursday night curler) and her dog Meggie successfully competed at the regional dog agility trials in Harrowsmith, in eastern Ontario.’




Results from the Robert Young Construction Bonspiel -

March 6th saw a great day of curling  as our ladies league played host to a number of different clubs in our Robert Young Construction Bonspiel. 
At the end of the day it was the team of Mary Ellen Bannon, Marina Wheeler, Wendy Stamplecoskie and Freda Latour from Peterborough Curling Club taking top prize.

The top winner on the opposite draw was our own Sherri Jopling with Sara Marshall, Niki Julian and Pat McLean.

A fun day was had by all thanks to the hard work of conveners Judy Schramyr and Louise Martin and their committee. In addition to good curling and good fun, participants were treated to a beautiful meal prepared by Annette and Steve Thomson with the help of kitchen captain Marilyn Smith. 




Replacement of ECC’s “Retiring” Treasurer

After serving as Treasurer for the Ennismore Curling Club for going on nineteen years, Wayne Stafford has notified the Board of Directors that it is time for him to step aside and let someone else take over. 

Wayne has done a remarkable job as our Treasurer, and has been a huge factor in bringing the Club to where it is today.  We owe Wayne our deepest appreciation for all that he has done.

With his resignation as Treasurer, the Board will need to replace both the day to day accounting work as well as the financial oversight a Treasurer provides to any organization. We may or may not have one club member qualified to fill both roles. If not, the position may be split among two or more individuals. 

Wayne has ensured the Board of his intent to provide a smooth and effective transition. He will continue through year end including our AGM in June, and will be available to mentor/ assist a new treasurer with the various responsibilities.

We need one or more ECC members to lead our financial management in the future. 

Let’s talk! Please contact Murray Skinner (email: mandjskinner@gmail.com, phone 705-652-7973), Dick Plant (email: rplant@nexicom.net, phone 705-292-5478), or any board member.



Each year our Club makes a “Volunteer of the Year” award which recognizes service to the Club much beyond the normal. In the past, the award has gone to one person or to more than one in the same year, as the names on the “Volunteer” plaque in the downstairs lobby show. The award is administered by the Board, who are now asking for nominations. 

ECC members can nominate any other member (or members) whom they deem worthy of the award. Nominations must include a brief description of why the person (or persons) is being nominated. 

Nominations open on March 18, 2019 and must be submitted by April 22, 2019.

On May 1 the list of finalists will be presented to the membership for a vote. Voting will be open from May 1 to May 31. The Award winner(s) will be announced at the AGM in June. 

Nominations can be sent by email to mandjskinner@gmail.com or given in hard copy to any board member. All nominations will be kept confidential. Nomination forms can be printed off by following this link, Using the PDF as a guide for information to email in, or pick up a paper copy at the club.


The Ennismore Curling Club is conducting a survey of members regarding our Bonspiels.

Whether or not you participate in our bonspiels, we would appreciate your input and comments.

Bonspiels help keep our club operating. Without bonspiels, annual dues would be approximately $80 more per member. The Board of Directors is seeking information to help determine the future of our bonspiels… How many should we hold annually? What types? How can we make them better?

For this year, new bonspiel conveners took over three of our spiels, including the (new) Doubles, Closing Spiel and Chicken Spiel.  For 2019/20 we are in need of some new conveners. Would you consider being a bonspiel convener?

Our bonspiel survey form is available for download here, or blank copies are available to pick up at the club. You can deposit completed surveys in the “Completed Bonspiel Surveys” box at the bar, or hand your completed survey to any member of the Board of Directors.

Please submit your completed questionnaire no later than March 23, 2019 


We held The Curlers Care Fun Bonspiel in support of Soldier On Saturday, Feb 23 rd

Sgt James McIntyre, the Ontario representative from Soldier On, accepted the total donation of $15,000.
Funds were raised through donations from the curlers and their supporters, corporate sponsors, a silent
auction as well as contributions towards dinner from local organizations and the donation of lunch by
Jesse’s Tap and Grill. The overall winners of the bonspiel were the Ennismore Curling club’s team of
Peter Gardner, Michael Gallagher, Erika Gallagher and Tammy Sprenger. First on the opposite draw was
Jim Watson’s team followed by Wayne Stafford’s and Doug Edmondson’s teams.
The bonspiel raised funds to support the critical work Soldier On does for the Canadian Armed Force’s
physically injured or mentally ill veterans and currently serving members. A full compliment of 64
curlers, both seasoned and first timers, took to the ice in two six end games. After the completion of
the curling games an official ceremony was held to honour those who have, or are serving, in the
Canadian Armed Forces. The ceremony included a colour party from the Lakefield Legion, Sophia Hiles a
piper with the Hastings Prince Edward Army Cadets, speeches from Andy Mitchell Mayor of Selwyn
township, Lesley Parnell Peterborough councillor, Curve Lake elder Keith Knott, special guest elder
Murray Whetung who is the last surviving Curve Lake WW2 veteran, and messages from Dave Smith
MPP and Maryam Monsef MP.
Bonspiel chair Sharon Stafford and her organizing committee would like to thank all the curlers,
corporate sponsors and the many organizations who contributed to the bonspiel.

The 12th annual Curl for a Cause held on Feb. 9 was an amazing success. The big winner of the day was PARD, Peterborough area’s therapeutic horseback riding group that provides rehabilitation for adults and children who suffer from physical and mental disabilities. We donated a record amount of $6000 from our silent auction and raffle items bringing our grand total to  our community caues to $39,000!  In addition we contributed approximately $3000 to our club bringing this total to $24000.  WOW – what an accomplishment. 

Congratulations to the Marshall/Plant team of Jason, Leigh and Sara Marshall skipped by Richard Plant who were the overall winners followed closely by Jim Watson’s team who came first on the second draw. Other winners were Angie Muir’s team from PARD, Ray Lalonde from Tam Heather, and the Sinclair, Ciceri and Ryan Antonpulos teams from Ennismore. 

A special thanks to all the curlers, sponsors and volunteers who contributed to this wonderful day

- Susan Plant and Sharon Stafford, bonspiel conveners


Our youth did great this year in the Hit Draw and Tap competition! With all the age categories this year having over 300 entries (and the 11-13YO’s having over 400) our youth did us proud. Here are your youth competitors with their awards! 
Congratulations to;

6-8 YO category winners. 
1st MJ Fraser-Freeman (55 province wide)
2nd place Bryer (72 Province wide))

9-10YO category winner
1st A.J Fraser-Freeman (105th Province wide) 


11-13YO category winners
1st JT Freeman (158th Province wide)
2nd Tate (320th Province wide) 




Double Spiel Dec 1/2018 

We have a few pictures to share after our first Doubles Bonspiel.  Pictured is the overall winner from Lakefield- Heather Douglas and Susan Hillock. Winners from the first draw were Kevin Casselman and Soeun Khuth, Peterborough CC, third place, Eric Cotter and Michael Deschenes,ECC, second place and Dan Deschenes and Jackie Deschenes ECC and Oshawa Golf CC, first place. Second draw winners were Steve Guerin and Dianne Harris,ECC, third place, Janet Lindsay and Kent Cochrane, Oshawa Golf CC, second place, and Heather Douglas and Susan Hillock, first place. 

A exciting first for Ennismore to host a Doubles Bonspiel! Participants enjoyed the day with phenomenal warm lunch, games, great ice, and appreciated the curling camaraderie ! A big thank you to Smokey Joe's Butcher Shop for generously sponsoring the Ennismore Doubles Bonspiel!








Nov 4/2018

Our Junior Curling League is very grateful to all who donated and sponsored a handle for our new Lite Rocks. 

We are so thankful that we have an amazing club to call home, that supports youth sport programing.




 Ontario Stick Curling Chamionship:

 the CurlON Stick Curling Advisory Group is holding two competitions this season. They are holding events for 2 different disiplines of stick curling. First the 4 person team event. this will aligin with other CurlOn events as far as rules, the difference being the type of delivery. The second event is a 2 person team. The 2 Person event follows the Canadian Stick Curling Association (CSCA) rules of play with each player on a team staying at opposite ends, throwing 6 rocks for 3 ends each for a total of 6 ends.  There is a 3 rock "no removal" rule no matter where they are on the sheet and there is no sweeping between hog lines. Both these event are currently up on CurlON's site and a flyer for the events can be found HERE.  



Try Curling!

Our next Try curling event is October 27th  2018 from 1-3PM. We have a great group of volunteers ready to help you step out onto the sheet for the first time! Open to all ages. 
Please bring: Clean running shoes (that you didn't wear outside into the club!) Anyone under 19 is required to wear protective head gear on our sheet. (hockey, skateboard, snowboard helmet. No bike helmets please) We recommend you wear layered athletic clothing that you can easily move and stretch in.


Registration for the New Season

Registration for the New Curling Season is now available online. If you wish to register online,  Please follow the instructions below and also those on the registration pages.

Returning Members

  1. Login to the website using your username and password. If you do not remember your username and password, select “login” from the top menu and then select the “Send My User Name and Password to my Email Address” link which is below the fields for username and password.
  2. Once you have logged in, select “members” from the top menu, then select “renew membership” from the list on the left side of the page.
  3. Follow the instructions. (if there are any inaccuracies in your profile information, please correct them)
  4. Once you have completed the membership process an email will be sent to you confirming your selections and the amount owed.

New Members

  1. Select “new member sign-up” from the top menu
  2. Follow the instructions
  3. Once you have completed the membership process an email will be sent to you confirming your selections and the amount owed.

Please note that all fees are payable, in full, by October 17th, 2018.

For both returning members and new members payment can be mailed to the club (cheque payable to "Ennismore Curling Club", mail to 555 Ennis Rd, Ennismore, ON K0L 1T0), or brought to our Registration Night.  If you have any problems with the online registration process, please contact: Heather-Lynn Fraser via Email at curlennismore@gmail.com  or by phone at 705 876 8161 or Dan Deschenes via email dan.deschenes@gmail.com or by phone: 705-657-9774.



2018 BEL Rotary Bike for Your Hospital

Are you ready to "gear up" for a great cause?

Join us Saturday, September 15th at Isabel Morris Park in Lakefield for the 2018 BEL Rotary Bike for Your Hospital!

A fun and friendly day of cycling for all ages and abilities from novice to experienced cyclists, you can choose from a variety of distances and difficulty levels including 25KM, 45KM, 70 KM (Gravel Grinder), 78 KM and 106 KM routes.

Enter either as an individual or a team (hint - entering as a team is a great way to turn your fundraising efforts into a fantastic social event for friends, families and clubs. You can train together, participate together and join forces to fundraise together!)

Ride at your own pace with friends and family on the beautiful Lakefield waterfront and throughout the Kawartha countryside, followed by a post-race party where you can sample delicious local food and craft beers. Enjoy music and socialize with other riders while celebrating your efforts to raise funds in support of emergency  care at Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) and  BEL Rotary's ongoing efforts to to make our world a better place through our local and international service projects!

View the flyer for more information by clicking here, or select the link below to go to the website.

Register online today at www.bikeforyourhospital.ca!

Curl for a Cause Impact

Osprey Lookout

 Our 2018 Curl for a Cause dollars are already  hard at work. The Osprey viewing platform at Ennismore Waterfront Park has been refurbished. If you haven’t been there – follow the walking trail from the grassy section of the park.  You can check out the memorial gardens at the same time. Thanks to Mike Richardson for putting our donation to a good use and sending the photo. Mike advises this is just a start of the local trail work using our $5000 Curl for a Cause donation.  



ECC Recognition by Ennismore Horticultural Society

A dedication service was held on June 10 at the new memorial garden at Ennismore Waterfront Park. This garden was made possible from several donations and hardworking volunteers. Our Ennismore Curl for a Cause in 2017 was the major sponsor, donating Two Thousand  dollars! Take time to visit and enjoy this beautiful location. Congratultions to Ennismore Horticultural Society for making this happen. 




 Garage Sale

Annual Garage and Bake Sale

The annual Garage and Bake Sale will be held on Jul 20 and 21 at the club.  Please participate in this all important fund raiser.  

More information is available by clicking here.

 Annual General Meeting

Please click here to access the Notice of Meeting and Proxy documents pertaining to our Annual General Meeting.

Note that you must login to access these documents.

 Friday Morning Team Entry 

It’s a wrap folks! The inaugural season of the Friday Morning Team Entry League wrapped up play on March 30.

Two teams claimed Bragging Rights for their play this year. League Champions for the Regular Season were the team of Dan Deschenes, Richard Plant, Claire McArthur and Niki Julian .
Our playoff champs were Bryan Cathcart, Warren Mills, Debi Lapointe and Eric Cotter who really peaked at the end of the year!

Thanks to all teams ( and spares) our first year was a ton of fun with great competition and only a few points separating teams from week to week.



Stay-In-Touch Golf

Stay in touch with your club mates during the summer with a round of golf followed by dinner.

June 12 - Katchiwano Golf Club (1:00 PM) - Golf, Cart, & Dinner $60 

August 21 - Tamarac Golf Club (1:00 PM) - Golf, Cart $45  followed by BBQ at Gardners

Please contact Peter Gardner (292-6855) or psgardner1@sympatico.ca if you would like to join us. There are also sign-up sheets at the club.

Curl for a Cause

Last Saturday’s (Feb 17) Bowle’s Valumart Curl for a Cause was a huge success. We all won Gold as $5000, raised from the silent auction and raffle table, was presented to Mayor Mary Smith for upgrades to the trails in Ennismore and Smith townships. A big thank you to all the sponsors and curlers who contributed to this successful event. Congratulations to the overall winning team was Lucy and Mike RIchardson and Jenn and Patrick Fitzgerald  followed closely by the Randy Horton team representing the Optimist Club. Thanks to everyone – Sharon Stafford and Susan Plant – bonspiel conveners



 Curling Rock competition, sponsored by the Ennismore Curling Club at the Polar Plunge, Feb 4


Hit, Draw, Tap

Congratulations to Arianna LeBrun, Aiden Fraser-Freeman, Jackson Fraser-Freeman and Mackenley Fraser-Freeman who won top prizes at the Club level of the Provincial Hit, Draw & Tap competition. By scoring in the top 10 scores in the Province for 6-8 year olds, Arianna , Aiden and Mackenley also qualified to compete at the Provincial competition this Saturday in Huntsville!

If you are at the CurlON Recharge with Milk Men's Tankard , please come out around  to cheer on and see our Junior Curlers compete for the Provincial title in their age division. this Saturday10:30am 

Good curling to all three of our Provincial Curlers!




 The Glen Fiddich 


The 2018 version of the Glen Fiddich bonspiel was held Jan 20 with a sold-out event and more than 20 new curlers largely from the Ennismore Curling Club Learn to Curl program‎.

‎The Mike Bosilijevac rink of Linda Bosilijevac, Erika Howe-Gallagher and Michael Gallagher edged out the Jim Jobbitt rink by a quarter of a point to take the overall championship. A great day was had by all and it was amazing to see the new curlers develop strong curling skills and have a great time. 

Thanks to Marshall Aggregate Repair for their event sponsorship and to the many sponsors that generously donated so many incredible items.

‎The photo below shows the full house of curlers enjoying their first game of the day and curling career for some. 

Mike and Lucie Richardson



The Robel

The Robel bonspiel was held on Jan 13. It was a great day with lots of competitive curling. The winning team was the Rob Lewis foursome from the Peterborough Curling Club. 


Continental Cup Ticket Draw

The winner of the Continental Cup Ticket ‎and Hotel package is Syrie Gardner!!

Congratulations Syrie!

On behalf of our Youth Curlers, I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who bought tickets. We were able to raise $860 for our Youth Program. This money will go towards the purchase of new Light Weight Rocks, which will help our younger curlers and encourage more kids to join our programs in the future.


Thank you all and enjoy your Christmas and Holiday Season



Tara Welbourn

Junior League Convener

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