Find information on Learn to Curl Programs, openings at OVCA Clubs, OVCA Events, and more!
Find a Learn-to-Curl program in your area!
All listings are provided to the OVCA by its member clubs and centres. It is not a complete list of possible openings in Eastern Ontario. Please contact your nearest club or centre about openings even if they aren't listed on our website.
Information on OVCA Events
The OVCA organizes and runs numerous events throughout the year. If you're interested in testing yourself against teams from across the OVCA and beyond, then consider curling in one of our events!
The Goldline City of Ottawa Bonspiel dates back to February, 1956, when 76 teams competed for eight trophies.
For more information, or to enter, please visit http://themens.ovcaevents.com
The OVCA Mixed has a division for any level of curler. There's an Open, Senior and a Colts (6 yrs and under) division and a themed party on Saturday night! Visit the website for more information.
In 1852, the Montreal and Quebec City Curling Clubs sought affiliation with the Royal Caledonian Curling Club and the "Branch" was born.
Today the Canadian Branch is an autonomous organization, and facilitates events with the Ottawa Valley Curling Association (OVCA), the Grand National Curling Club of America (GNCC), and Curling Quebec (CQ) member clubs.
For more information on the Canadian Branch of the RCCC and their events, visit their website at www.canadianbranch.org
The OVCA and its clubs are members of the Ladies Curling Association (LCA) of the Canadian Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club (the 'Branch').
The aims of the LCA are to:
OVCA clubs generally belong to District 2 of the LCA.
For more information on the LCA, please visit their website.