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Drayton Curling Club

 

DRAYTON  CURLING CLUB
105 1/2 Almeron Ave.
Drayton, ND 58225
Rink Phone (in season): 701-454-3871

Drayton is home to North Dakota’s oldest curling organization, founded in 1901 as Dacotah Curling Club.  Curling quickly became a popular pastime here during winter months when travel became more difficult, farm activity slowed, and people sought opportunities to socialize and exercise.  The sport of curling is very much woven into the history of the Drayton area. 

Curling is a lifelong recreational and athletic sport enjoyed by people of all ages.  It is a game of skill and traditions, dictated by a strong code of fair play and courtesy.  A curler delights in a shot well-executed—even by the opponent—and plays to win in an environment of sportsmanship and good cheer.

Today, Drayton Curling Club keeps that sense of tradition alive in its men’s and women’s leagues.  Our clubhouse greets curlers with its rustic knotty pine décor, but out on the ice, “modern” is the operative word.  In our bright, heated arena natural ice has been replaced with artificial ice and the corn brooms and heavy wool sweaters of years past have been replaced with nylon brooms and sporty curling apparel.

Our men’s and women’s leagues curl weekly in the winter months.  We hold annual spring and fall meetings. 

For information, contact

Men’s Club: 
Scott Kraft
nickinscott@gra.midco.net

Women’s Club: 
Jessica Hermanson 701-454-6147 or
j_hermanson@hotmail.com

Links:

U.S. Curling Assoc.

U.S. Women's Curling Assoc.

North Dakota Curling

Learn About Curling

 

DRAYTON  CURLING CLUB
105 1/2 Almeron Ave.
Drayton, ND 58225
Rink Phone (in season): 701-454-3871

Drayton is home to North Dakota’s oldest curling organization, founded in 1901 as Dacotah Curling Club.  Curling quickly became a popular pastime here during winter months when travel became more difficult, farm activity slowed, and people sought opportunities to socialize and exercise.  The sport of curling is very much woven into the history of the Drayton area. 

Curling is a lifelong recreational and athletic sport enjoyed by people of all ages.  It is a game of skill and traditions, dictated by a strong code of fair play and courtesy.  A curler delights in a shot well-executed—even by the opponent—and plays to win in an environment of sportsmanship and good cheer.

Today, Drayton Curling Club keeps that sense of tradition alive in its men’s and women’s leagues.  Our clubhouse greets curlers with its rustic knotty pine décor, but out on the ice, “modern” is the operative word.  In our bright, heated arena natural ice has been replaced with artificial ice and the corn brooms and heavy wool sweaters of years past have been replaced with nylon brooms and sporty curling apparel.

Our men’s and women’s leagues curl weekly in the winter months.  We hold annual spring and fall meetings. 

For information, contact

Men’s Club: 
Scott Kraft
nickinscott@gra.midco.net

Women’s Club: 
Jessica Hermanson 701-454-6147 or
j_hermanson@hotmail.com

Links:

U.S. Curling Assoc.

U.S. Women's Curling Assoc.

North Dakota Curling

Learn About Curling

  
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