WELCOME TO OUR YOUTH PROGRAM!
Our programs teach young curlers the rules of curling along with techniques in a safe and fun environment. Each program is instructed by coaches and offers both non-competitive and competitive opportunities for all curlers. We are always accepting new curlers, come out for a rocking time!
LITTLE ROCK PROGRAM
6-12 years of age
Sundays 1:00-2:30 pm
It’s all about having fun and meeting new friends while learning the fundamentals of curling. No experience is necessary and the skills award program is used. The PCC supplies the brooms and the sliders.
Curlers must bring clean running shoes to wear on the ice and not running shoes that are used outside - we need to keep the ice free of debris!
It tends to get cold on the ice, make sure curlers are dressed warmly but also that they are still able to move freely on the ice. Please ensure that they have a pair of gloves in their bag in case their hands get cold
Curling Canada has recommendations for helmet use. Please read more about their helmet recommendations at http://www.curling.ca/about-the-sport-of-curling/helmet-use-recommendations/. Helmets are mandatory for anyone under the age of 12 and must be CSA-approved.
Following the lessons, hot chocolate and a snack are provided. Parents are encouraged to participate by providing peanut free snacks throughout the season.
The Little Rock program holds weekly sessions, will host an opportunity to Bring a Friend and a family year end bonspiel with a pot luck.
U15 - under 14 years of age
U18 - 15 to 17 years of age
U21 - 18 to 20 years of age
Sunday from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
It’s all about having fun and meeting new friends while fine tuning the techniques and learning the strategy of the game. The PCC supplies the brooms and the sliders.
Hot chocolate and a snack are provided for our U15/U18/U21 curlers. Parents are encouraged to participate by providing snacks for the program once throughout the season.
The U15/U18/U21 program will be hosting a U15/U18 bonspiel, Bring a Friend and a family year end bonspiel with a pot luck.
Please have a look through frequently used curling sites that offer a wide variety of information that you may find helpful.
Youth Program Coordinator
Past Youth Program Coordinator
Thurs Sept 14 6pm – 9 pm
Sat Sept 16 9am – noon
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PEMBROKE MIXED BANTAM TEAM 2016
zone 3 winners
PEMBROKE JUNIOR TEAM 2016
zone 3 winners
L to R: Cole Lacroix-Lyon, Renee Fleurant, Kayla Donovan, Harrison Sitland (coach Lori Donovan)
|L to R: Doug Sitland (coach), Kayla Tyson (skip) Danielle Hall (2nd), Erik Fleurant (lead) missing Jeff Fillmore (3rd).|