This is our annual free event to introduce you to the sport. We just request you bring a non-perishable food item for Harvesters.

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What:
Watch an Introductory Curling Video and Slide a Stone during this event.
Who:
Anyone is welcome to watch us play anytime we are on the ice at no charge, but for those who want to actually step on the rink and try the sport can do so for free during our Open House! Curlers are typically 8-80+ years, men and women alike.
When:
Sometime in late September or Early October.  Exact Date/ Time will be posted here.  To get advanced notice, Join email notification list
Cost:
Everyone: Free. (Non-Perishable Donation for Harvestors Accepted)
  • Local Bonspiel
  • 5 sheets of curling
  • Stones provided
  • brooms provided
  • Curling scoreboard
  • Competition

Club Officers

President
Dan White:  816-582-4025
Vice President
Don Baker:  913-962-2245
Secretary
Ian Wolfe: 913-677-4668
Treasurer
Sarah Wruck: 816-522-6691

Board of Directors

Don Baker: 913-962-2245 (1st)
Bill McBride: 816-806-1732 (2nd)
Curtis Mulllen:913-254-7168 (2nd)
Wayne Osborn: 913-962-9768 (2nd)
Kristen Regher: 785-691-6656 (1st)
Dan White: 913-341-4025 (1st)
Ian Wolfe: 913-205-6945(1st)
Sarah Wruck: 816-522-6691 (2nd)

Committee Chairs

Social and Fundraising
Kyle Baker: 913-962-2245
Lucie Vaillencourt: 913-677-4668
Membership & Communications
Bill McBride H&W: (816)523-2345 
Ice and Equipment
Wayne Osborn: 913-962-9768
Jeff Grobe: 913-894-6904
League & Bonspiels
Chris Baker: 816-516-4726
Building Committee
Lucie Vaillencourt: 913-677-4668

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Location/Contact

5940 NW Waukomis Drive,
Kansas City, Missouri 64151

Club Phone 816-806-1732
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Club Fax 816-523-2345
Mailing Address
18 West 59th Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64113

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Port

An opening between two or more rocks that is wide enough to allow a stone to pass through.