Highland Curling Club
In the pursuit of our dream, the Highland Curling Club has come a long way since its inception in 1954. What began as a community-driven effort to construct a modest curling rink with three sheets of ice centered around Imperial School has blossomed into a thriving hub of curling excellence. Generous volunteers from the Highland Park subdivision put in their sweat and dedication to make this vision a reality. Over time, we’ve evolved, adapting to the changing needs and demands of our members. From our pioneering mixed leagues in the 1950s to the addition of an artificial ice plant in 1958, we’ve shown resilience and innovation. Our journey of growth led to a name change in 1970, from the Imperial Curling Club to the Highland Curling Club. In 1975, a new era dawned as we unveiled a modern facility with six sheets of ice. Financial challenges tested our mettle, but our unwavering dedication brought us through. Today, the Highland Curling Club stands strong, offering a range of leagues and programs for curling enthusiasts. We’ve hosted prestigious competitions and remained debt-free since 1996. Our ongoing success is a testament to the enduring spirit of our members and our passion for the sport of curling.