Investing in Curling’s Future

At the St. John’s Curling / ReMAX Center, we pride ourselves on the opportunity to introduce curling to so many exceptional young people and athletes so that they can lead our sport into the future.

Our junior program is committed to providing personalized instruction, monitoring skill development, and maintaining a safe and fun environment for all.

A Proven Program

Our junior program is designed to develop and grow curlers from the young age of 4 right through until their adult curling careers.  Participants in our junior programs have played and succeeded at all levels including the provincial, national, and international stages.

What’s unique about our program is that many of the curlers who went through our junior program continue to stay involved with as Instructors to share their experiences with and inspire the next generation of curlers.

Our Junior Curling Programs

Program Ages Time
Monday Afterschool 10 – 18 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday Afterschool 10 – 18 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Wednesday Girls on the Rock 10 – 18 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Thursday Afterschool 10 – 18 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Friday  Under 18 (Team-based) 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Saturday Little Rocks 5-10 9:00am – 10:00am
Saturday Caughie Youth League Under 18 10:30am – 12:30pm
Saturday Learn to Curl 10-18 12:30pm – 1:30pm


  1. Costs:  Base cost of $250 for the 1st day.  It costs $112.50 to register for the 2nd day, and $62.50 to register for the 3rd day
  2. Family Discount:  30% discount applied to the base cost ($250) for each additional child registered

Junior Curling Program Descriptions

After School Curling (Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday)

  • This program is structured for both new and experienced curlers. Monday or Tuesday (3:30 pm-5:00 pm) curling for those in the 10-13 age group and Thursday afternoon for 14 plus. This is not a hard fast rule but to be used as a guide. It is really a combination of age and skill level. After school is where the skill development and drills are a priority. 
  • Girls on the Rock is a girls-only program designed to support girls’ participation in curling.

Girls on the Rock (Wednesday) 

  • Slide into a world of inclusivity and empowerment: Women, diversity, and curling collide in the spirit of learning, having fun and making new friends.
  • Led by Ms. Leslie Anne Walsh, this program runs Wednesday after school from 3:30 pm-5:00 pm for girls grade 5 and up.

After School Curling (Friday)

  • Provide the opportunity for team games and practice for u18/u16 teams entering provincial play downs. This is dependant on ice availability.

Saturday Little Rocks

  • Saturday mornings 9am-10am are for the Under 10 age group. This program is an introduction to curling with a fun environment. Family’s are encouraged to come down and participate as well. If demand requires, there will be a 8am-9am time slot.

Saturday Caughie Youth League

  • Named after long-time club member and national curling builder, Reg Caughie (also known as Brier Bear!). Whether competitive aspirations or looking to have a fun time with peers, the Caughie Youth League provides young teams an opportunity to play games in recreational or competitive divisions.

Saturday Learn to Curl

  • The 8-week Youth Learn to Curl was created for those that are not available to attend after school sessions.
  • Provides an opportunity to curl if the after school time slot does not fit in your schedule. Saturday from 12:30pm-1:30pm will be for the 10-18 age group. There will be instruction provided over an 8 week program. 


All participants will be required to bring clean indoor shoes and loose clothing. All other equipment is provided.  A helmet is required for participants under 10 years of age.

If looking to buy your own equipment, you may contact Harold Walter at

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