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Interested in curling? Live near northern Alabama? Become a member of the Rocket City Curling Club!


Club members can register for league play, substitute in league games, and play in club bonspiels. Learn more about other ways to get involved with curling as a club member.


Club members also receive full membership in the regional Grand National Curling Club (GNCC) and Basic membership in the United States Curling Association (USCA), providing on-ice insurance, regular curling news updates, and access to curling clubs across the U.S., among other benefits.

Full membership is $55 for the 2024 calendar year.


Membership registration is handled through the Ice Sports Center's DaySmart Recreation platform.  To purchase your registration:

  1. Log onto the DaySmart platform (or click the button above)

  2. Create a new account or log onto your existing account

  3. Choose "Memberships & Passes"

  4. Click "Add Membership" and find "USA Curling Membership" at the bottom of the list.

  5. Add the membership to your cart and pay at checkout.​

If you're having trouble registering, download our detailed instructions—or send us an email for further assistance! Note that the instruction guide below is from when DaySmart was previously branded as DASH—but the process is still the same.

Current RCCC members can renew their membership by following the steps above or by clicking "Renew" next to their current membership on DaySmart's Memberships & Passes screen.

The Rocket City Curling Club also offers Associate Membership ($30), for curlers who are already USCA members at another club or do not wish to register for USCA membership, and Youth Membership ($50) for curlers under the age of 18. If you are interested in registering as an Associate or Youth Member, or have any other questions, please email

The USCA offers a variety of membership levels beyond Basic Membership for curlers who want more membership benefits or wish to compete on the national level. Club members can upgrade their membership through USA Curling after their registration is processed with the USCA.

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