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What's Next?

Thanks again for coming out to our Learn to Curl!

If you had a great time, you're in luck. There are plenty of ways that you can get more involved in curling—whether you want to be a active curler or just a fan!

Learn to Curl with us again!

One Learn to Curl is all you really need to play your first game, but if you want to get more comfortable on the ice first, you're always welcome to sign up for another Curling 101. Feel free to bring your friends and family along!


If you’re looking for a little more in-depth training, we also occasionally offer Curling 201 courses.  These classes are geared for beginning curlers looking to learn more about curling technique and strategy.

Watch curling on TV!

Curling tournaments (or bonspiels) take place all around the world every weekend, and many of them are broadcast for free online. Sites like CurlingZone often have links to livestreams on their scoreboard, and you can find live curling coverage and extensive game archives on YouTube accounts like Curling Canada and, as well as from clubs like Triangle Curling.

Many of the biggest tournaments of the year, like the Brier and Scotties (Canada's men's and women's curling championships), are available to watch through ESPN's streaming platforms—and, of course, the Winter Olympics are a nonstop extravaganza of curling every four years.

Talk with club members!

The Rocket City Curling Club has an active online discussion group on Discord, a chat platform like Slack or Microsoft Teams. Our Discord is the best place to learn about club events, local tournaments, and the latest news and updates from the world of curling.

If you're thinking of becoming a club member, or just want to learn more about the sport, feel free to stop by and ask us a few questions!

Join the club!

The best way, though, to really get involved with curling is to join the Rocket City Curling Club! Being a club member makes you eligible to play in club leagues, both our full-season open leagues and our shorter introductory leagues designed for newer curlers. Club members also get membership in USA Curling's national and regional associations, insurance benefits for any on-ice tumbles, discounts on RCCC merchandise, and much more.

If a new league is coming up soon, we recommend that you put a team together (with friends, colleagues, or other members of your Learn to Curl class) or sign up as an individual to join one of our "free agent" teams. If a league just started, though, our teams are always looking for substitute players, so feel free to join and watch out for opportunities on the club Discord! Watch out for the latest updates in our RCCC email newsletter.

That should cover pretty much everything, but if you have any questions about how else you can get involved, just drop us a line. Good curling!

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