The Lone Star Open Bonspiel finished on May 29th. We had 24 teams compete over 3 days. Each team was guaranteed 4 games and fun was had by all.
Thanks to everyone who came out to play and to volunteer. A special thanks to Mike Peplinski , Vice-Skip for the US Olympic team in Nagano who joined us for the weekend.
Thanks to all of our bonspiel sponsors!
A friendly welcome and warm chocolate chip cookie await you at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin Northwest Arboretum. This stylish new hotel is near The Arboretum and The Domain malls and 15 minutes from downtown and the University of Texas at Austin.
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The kind generosity of Tom and Cecilia MacKay
We answer many of the questions you may have about the Lone Star Curling Club in our FAQ.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Lone Star Curling Club read the FAQ and then fill out the membership form. You can always contact our membership director, Kelly Kozlovsky for more information.
Want to Curl, but can’t commit to a League
We almost always need some spares (substitute curlers) for our league games. Sign-up to be notified when we need spares..
Interested In Curling?
Check out the information on the Learn-To-Curl page including signing up to be notified when we are holding them, or better yet, come see it first hand.
A New Look for the Lone Star Curling Club
We have been busy this past year. This past May, Chaparral Ice took down the ice and we were able to install new curling rings. We now have 5 sets of curling rings which should be great. We should no longer struggle in seeing the rings and hopefully the ice is better than ever. We also have new hacks! Thanks all who took part in sponsor-a-hack! And finally we created new scoreboards. Gone are the whiteboards and felt markers. Thanks again to Buck and Joe!
The Winter Olympics have helped increase membership. We had over four hundred learn-to-curlers come and take a class. Forty or so of those learn-to-curlers curled in our first ever evening league in the month of April! Many of these new curlers are still curling in leagues almost one year later.
During the 2010 Winter Olympics, television viewers watched more curling than any other sport. Why is curling so popular? Because it’s fun, competitive, challenging and anyone can do it. The Lone Star Curling Club invites you to come visit us on anytime we are curling.
The Lone Star Curling Club was founded in 2006, in Austin, Texas and is an affiliate of the United States Curling Association. We welcome anyone who wants to learn more about curling and encourage you to contact our club to find out more about this great sport. Regardless of age, whether you’re 16 or 86, curling is for everyone and previous curling experience is not required in order to participate.