The Sutton Curling Club wishes you a warm welcome to its site. You will find all the information you need as well as our contact details. Our club, with its warm atmosphere, is open to everyone. Come and curl with us, either as a member or by renting our premises. Please explore the rest of our site to find out more about curling and how to become a member.

We closed the Season with a Bang!

The evening of April 13th was the end of the 2024 Doubles Tournament and of our 75th Anniversary year! The Closing Supper was a great way to end a great season. Thanks to everyone that participated and Special Thanks to Fred Boucher and Veronick Vallée who organized the event, hosted the evening beautifully and even provided the great deserts and prizes.

Congratulation to our Doubles Tournament Winners as well! On the A side, Victor Duncan and Juli Lefebvre won a narrow victory over John Salisbury and Carolyn Murphy. On the B side, Rosalie Boucher and Sam Bouthillier won, edging out Corey Smith and Dominique Chesnais.

I would also like to thank everyone who helped to make this such a great Year:

The board of directors - Bill Taylor (Past President),  Heather Scott (Rentals), Dora Shepard (Events), Fred Boucher (Events and Bar), Glen Mudie (Head Ice technician), Roland Mamers (Ice and volunteer), Morley Alan (Ice and volunteer), Nicky Gosselin (Junior program) Patrick Belanger (Treasurer) and new board member Grace Pollock. Thanks also to Louise Hawley who stepped down this year as secretary, but who has served for many years and continues to run the garage sale.

Thank you to Glen Mudie and the team that maintained the ice throughout the year. This is always a challenging and time-consuming task. We are lucky to have so many dedicated and knowledgeable volunteers.

Thank you also to all the other volunteers and members who have contributed time and goods or labour to keep the lights on (literally - thanks Don) and food on the table and tournaments running (thanks - Ron and Sylvie, Dora and Fred, Tim and Sue, and Yanik) and keeping the place clean and tidy (thanks - Heather Tuer). There are many others who have given time, and I cannot count all of their contributions, but thank you all. Each member pitching in has made our year a success.

Nicky's junior program has been a big success this year and we will be expanding it to include older kids and grow that side of our membership. I know the school appreciates it and the kids and their parents have given it a resounding thumbs up! Thank you, Nicky, and to all of her team of volunteers.

Finally, thanks to Heather Scott who has run the rentals for years and given countless hours of her time, which has contributed to raising the public awareness of our club and funds to keep us running. She will be stepping down from that role this year and we wish to honour her as our "Volunteer of the Year". Thank you, Heather.

I look forward to next year. Enjoy the summer and spread the word to your friends about our great organization.

Fred Enns , President


Thursday Night League Finals

The winners of the Thursday night Winter season were the team of Glen Mudie, Gilles Desjardins, Paul Tellier and Nathalie Lavoie.  
The second place goes to the team of John Salisbury, Ron Lengacher, Allen Edwards and Réal Smith; third to Fred Enns, Yanik Houle, Nicky Gosselin and John Hawley; and fourth to Denis Brouillard, Pierre Jetté, Gaétane Groleau and Jacques Benoit. Congratulations everyone. 


Annual garage sale 

Annual garage sale 

The curling season is coming to an end so it is time for us to think about our annual garage sale which this year will be held on Saturday May 18th. The sale is a very good source of revenue for the Club, it generates a good 2,000$ every year.
Its success depends strongly on the participation of all of you members.  So here is how you can participate:

  1. By bringing things to sell, for example: tools, plants, books, kitchen ware, electronics, sport gears, jewelry, toys, small pieces of furniture (no fridges or stoves), etc.
  2. We also have a bake table.  So bakers your contributions are most welcome.  The person responsible for the table will be contacting you.
  3. By offering your services the day of the sale, Saturday the 18th of May from 8am to 5:00pm.  We need a good 15 people for this.  On Friday pm we also need people to put the things on the tables and price the items, for this we need roughly 10 people.  Those that can only be there part of the time are of course also welcome.
  4. We are always looking for men to move heavy stuff and to manage the sport and tool section outside.

Awaiting your emails to inform me of your availability!  Let’s make it a fun day!

Louise Hawley
[email protected]

Report from the Magog Women's Tournament:

Sylvie Martel, Steffani Wilson, Cindy Allnutt and Nicki Gosselin represented Sutton at the Magog Women's Tournament February 28 to March 2. They won their first game and were eliminated in the second, but still have a great event and were well received. Many asked if we would have a one day bonspiel for women next year. Something to start planning!


Welcome to the Sutton Curling Club

League play starts in the week of October 23rd for the fall season and January 8th for the winter season. We aso hold a series of events and tournaments during the year. Check out our Calendar on this website or contact us at [email protected] for more information. 


View all club news


Our sponsors (View more)