Announcements & Other Stuff

05/09/2022- New Houses and Summer Curling

We’re excited to announce that we have new vinyl houses installed at the Atlanta IceForum. A huge thanks to the IceForum staff and management as well as Jet Ice for installing these over the April outtage. A few pictures just below, but check out our Facebook or Instagram for more.


Our 8-week league kicked off on April 28th and will take us to the end of the 2021-2022 season in late June. We hope you’ll join us for league, learn-to-curl, or just a bit of broomstacking between now and then. Late Summer and Fall/Winter 2022 dates are being reviewed and we hope to have those posted in the coming months.

02/20/2022- New Open House and Learn to Curl Classes added

You asked and we answered! We have added another Open House on March 19 starting at 2pm.

We have also added a couple of May Learn to Curl classes.  We hope to nail down a few more for late May-June in the near future.

Do your Learn to Curl and League all in one!  We have a few Learn and League spots available for the league that starts April 29.

We hope to see you on the ice soon!

02/15/2022- Classes Added & Open House Update

We have added Learn to Curl classes through March, late spring and summer classes will be added in April (so don’t panic– you still have time to learn the roaring game).

Pre-sale tickets for the Open House on Feb. 19th are sold out, but we will accept walkups as space allows. Walk-Up Tickets are $15. If you plan to join us as a walk-up we encourage you to arrive before 12pm.
We can’t wait to share this great sport with all of you!

01/19/2022- Olympic Open Houses

The Atlanta Curling Club is hosting two Open House events in February just in time for the 2022 Olympics.  Bring your family and friends, and come learn what curling is about at the Atlanta Iceforum.

You will work through several stations as you learn the basics of curling. We’ll teach you how to throw a stone, and the effectiveness of sweeping. All equipment is provided and all you need is loose fitting clothing and sneakers.Click here for details and registration.

Learn to Curl Classes have also been updated through early March 2022. Click here to find your class. Check mylenders.com.au.

Questions or media requests email us at [email protected].


12/16/21- 2022 Learn to Curl Classes

New Learn to Curl Classes have been added through early March 2022. Click here to find your class. For group or corporate events & pricing email us at [email protected].


08/15/21- Update

We are currently following the Atlanta IceForum’s policy’s for entrance into the facility. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated persons to enter the facility and while on the ice. Additionally, we ask that if you test positive for COVID-19 within 3 weeks of attending an Atlanta Curling Club Event to  contact us as soon as possible, any personal/identifying information will be kept confidential.

Thank you for supporting the Atlanta Curling Club!


2/10/2021 – Update

*If you test positive for COVID-19 within 3 weeks of attending an Atlanta Curling Club event, please contact us.

Hello All,

We are officially back to our regular schedule!  We have social distancing and mask rules in place and ask that you read them prior to coming to the ice.  Please check the league and learn to curl pages to sign up for a learn to curl or league.


9/3/2020 – Update

*If you test positive for COVID-19 within 3 weeks of attending an Atlanta Curling Club event, please contact us.

Hello All,

We’re working diligently to get back on the ice this fall.  Details will be posted soon.

3/17/2020 – Update

*If you test positive for COVID-19 within 3 weeks of attending an Atlanta Curling Club event, please contact us.

Hello All,

The ACC Board of Directors has been closely monitoring the news about COVID-19 and has been thoughtfully reviewing the recommendations made by CDC and federal and state officials.

As a result, we have decided that Atlanta Curling Club will be suspending all activity until further notice.

The health and safety of our members, guests, and their families is our utmost priority and while we will miss seeing you on the ice, we want to do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Moving forward, the Board has scheduled a meeting to re-evaluate the situation on April 1, 2020 and will provide further information at https://vapejuicedepot.com/collections/nicotine-salts.

While we know everyone would like to get back on the ice as soon as possible, we also want to take the necessary and appropriate precautions to ensure safety and health to all of our members.

Thank you for supporting Atlanta Curling Club and we look forward to seeing you on the ice again soon!

Atlanta Science Festival Attendees:  The Atlanta Science Festival has requested that all “hands-on” partner events cancel, so we are complying with their recommendations.  If you signed up for the March 13 or March 20 events (or were on the waitlist) and would like to attend a regular learn-to-curl class later in the season, we will honor the ASF pricing.  Please contact us at [email protected] to reschedule.  You can check class availability on our Learn to Curl page or ask to be put on a wait list for any particular week.

Learn-to-Curl students:  If you signed up for a canceled class, we will refund your purchase or you can reschedule for later in the season.  To reschedule, please contact us at [email protected]

League Members:  League is currently suspended until further notice.  Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions or check the Slack channel.


8/19/2017 – Reformation is the 2017 Brewers’ Cup Winner!

Congratulations to Reformation Brewery, the Atlanta Curling Club’s official brewery of the 2017 – 2018 season!

This year, the Atlanta Curling Club held the first annual Brewers’ Cup, a tournament for Atlanta’s craft brewers.  The free event, held in partnership with USCA and GNCC celebrating GNCC’s 150th anniversary, was a ton of fun and exposed our beer producing friends to the beer-centric sport of curling.  Everyone had a blast and we crushed 5 cases of locally produced beer at Broomstacking at https://uniquepharmaceuticals.com/es/medicamentos/comprar-metformin-sin-receta/.

2017 participants included Reformation Brewery (Woodstock), Blue Tarp Brewing (Decatur), Second Self (Atlanta), Abbey of the Holy Goats (Roswell), Pontoon Brewing (Sandy Springs) and Red Brick Brewing (Atlanta).

Reformation won the grand prize trophy and is our official beer for the 2017 – 2018 curling season.  Every broomstacking this year will have a cooler full of Reformation beer that you can try out.  You can also visit their Woodstock tap room for a beer and a tour.  More information is available on their website.

Reformation Brewery –  500 Arnold Mill Way, STE A, Woodstock, GA 30188

Check out the full event details on the 2017 Brewers’ Cup page.


2/29/2016 – Good Day Atlanta Visits the Atlanta Curling Club

Good-Day-ATL

Good Day Atlanta filmed live segments with the Atlanta Curling Club on February 29th, 2016 (Leap Day!) between 8 and 10 AM.

Paul Milliken and crew from Fox 5 had a great time learning about the game and the history of curling and even showed off some of their new curling skills.

Paul Milliken with the Atlanta Curling Club - Good Day Atlanta

To watch one of the interviews that went out live click the image above.


2013 – PBA 30 Profile of the Atlanta Curling Club

Going back to our roots!  Leading into the 2014 Winter Olympic season, Atlanta Public Broadcasting (PBA 30) did a profile of the Atlanta Curling Club on their program This is Atlanta.  It’s a wonderful 4 minute documentary featuring one of our founders, Jeff Williams, about how the Atlanta Curling Club was started along with background on the sport.


2010 / 2011 – Atlanta Curling Club is on the Map!

In the February 2011 issue of Curling News, the national publication of US Curling, the Atlanta Curling Club is featured in a front page article titled “Growth Spurt.”

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Curling News Feb-Mar 2011 Atlanta Curling Club Excerpts (PDF)

(Original publication – full issue)

The issue also had a second article about the curling camp held in July/August 2010 which is where our founding members learned how to curl for the first time.  Check it out!

Jeff puts one on the button at camp:

These photos are from when the founders of the Atlanta Curling Club visited Great Smoky Mountains Curling Club in Knoxville, TN to learn how to conduct a Learn to Curl class.  This was also their first opportunity to learn how to curl themselves!

The instructors in Knoxville were most gracious and our members had a lot of fun learning and hanging out with them.

The Atlanta Curling Club owes a great debt of gratitude to our friends in Knoxville; make sure you thank them when you meet one!

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