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Midland Curling Center

2009 Jefferson Avenue in Midland, MI 48640



Midland Curling Club Leagues

Click on League Name for Link to Schedule and Standings


Sunday Youth League:


Sunday Mixed/Open League: 


Sunday Open League - NEW LEAGUE


Monday Youth League:


Monday Open League:


Tuesday Ladies League:


Wednesday Youth League:


Wednesday Open League:


Thursday Sunrise: 


Thursday Novice League:

  • Novice 1:
  • Open House - Thursday, November 6, 2014
  • League start date – Thursday, November 13, 2014
  • League end date – Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Novice 2:

  • League start date – Thursday, January, 22th, 2015
  • League end date – Thursday, March 12th, 2015


Thursday Open League:

 Friday Couples League:

Saturday Andy's League:






2014 Member Directory is Now Available On-Line

Written by Webmaster on 11 September 2014.

The Midland Curling Club 2014 Member Directory is now available to registered members.  You can find the directory under Member Tools once you sign on.  If you are not registered, follow the directions under the Login tab.  It may take a few days to process the registration request.


McCormick Rink Wins Midland Open Bonspiel

Written by Webmaster on 22 October 2014.

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Veteran Olympic curler Debbie McCormick of Rio, Wisconsin scored 4 points in the seventh end to lead her team to the A Event championship of the 4th Annual Midland Open Bonspiel last weekend.  Curling with McCormick were Robert Sandoval and Marc Palmeri from the Chicago Curling Club, and Cary Brubaker from the Midland Curling Club.  They defeated Midland’s Scott Strouse rink in the Sunday morning finals.  Aaron Carlson, Matt Whaley, and Pete Waters rounded out the Strouse team.  It was a close game through six ends with each team scoring with the hammer.  Strouse conceded after McCormick’s big score in the seventh end.


“Curling with Debbie McCormick was a real thrill,” stated Cary Brubaker, a late substitution to the team. “My parents came to town and saw me curl for the first time.  We won the bonspiel.  Debbie is a wonderful curler and so much fun to be with.”


The B event winner was Mark Curtis from Arkansas, curling with Pam Oleinik from Wisconsin, Scott and Laurie Rahn from Illinois. They defeated Mike Graves, the Midland Club’s Junior Curling coach, who curled with 3 Junior Women contenders: Maya Willertz, Madelyn Graves, and Delaney Strouse.


Former Midlander Chris Doremus and his son Nathan (age 9) returned from Texas to capture the C Event crown. They were supported by Dave Hinson and Ryan Quinn from Midland.  C Event runners up were Hugh and Joan McCarrel from Ontario, and Peter and Bonnie Dam of Midland.


In the A Consolation Event, Midland’s Michelle DeBuck rink came from behind to win an extra-end thriller. Curling with DeBuck were Amanda Vosberg and John Paul from Minnesota, and Sean Loughran from St. Louis.  They defeated the Sidney Schroeder rink who are 2-time GLCA Junior Women’s Champions.  Curling with Schroeder were her sister Allie Schroeder, Kayla Beauregard, and Clare Visconti.


The Midland Curling Club is gearing up for the 2014-15 season. This Saturday October 25 there is an Open House from 1:00 to 3:00 PM.  For a $10 fee you will receive an introductory curling lesson.  Register in advance at the Midland Community Center front desk, or just show up.  If you register for league play the $10 fee will be applied.  Leagues are forming now and league play begins in November.


The Midland Curling Center is located at 2009 S. Jefferson, on the campus of the Midland Community Center.



Upcoming USCA Webinar on Competitive Curling

Written by Webmaster on 31 October 2014.

All curlers are invited to participate in an online USA Curling Webinar to learn more about opportunities for curlers to compete at the national level. Sam Williams, Chair of Grassroots Competitions, will discuss the growing number of championship events available to curlers across the country. He will also be able to answer your questions about recent developments in the rules.  In addition, Shelley Dropkin, past president of the United States Women’s Curling Association, will discuss developmental programs offered by the USWCA. Some may be surprised to learn that several of these developmental programs are open to participants of both genders!


The webinar will take place Wednesday, November 12th, at 7:00pm Central Standard Time.  The webinar is expected to last approximately one hour. 


Directions for Participation in the Webinar

Please REGISTER Early and Follow the Directions Below for Checking Your Computer’s Compatibility to Avoid Last Minute Technical Difficulties


-  To participate in the webinar on Wednesday, 11/12/14, you will need to click on the registration link below. Please consider registering early to minimize technical difficulties (registration is possible from now until the webinar).




Once you register, you will receive an email from AnyMeeting.com confirming your registration (check your spam folder if you do not receive this.) Please check to make sure your system is compatible prior to the meeting in case you need to download anything additional for optimal performance.


The registration email confirmation also gives you information on how to dial into the conference if you prefer not to listen through your computer.


Past webinars are archived on the USA Curling website:




Questions about this webinar can be directed to Kim Nawyn, Director of Growth & Development, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it " target="_blank"> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .





Kim Nawyn

Director of Growth & Development


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