The Chester Curling Club is located on Pig Loop Road, in the picturesque seaside village of Chester, on Nova Scotia's scenic South Shore. Home to one of the largest sailing regattas in Eastern Canada (the Chester Race Week in August), the village is full of charming shops, dock-side restaurants, historic white Cape Cod-style homes and Nova Scotia's oldest (1764) rural pub, The Fo'c'sle.
The Club is an integral part of the Charles E. Church Recreational Center (aka The Park) along with the Chester Tennis Club and the Eleanor Pew Morris Memorial Rink. Established in 1969, the Chester Curling Club is a 4 sheet, heated facility with lockers, downstairs bar and lounge and ice viewing area. We offer Learn to Curl classes, drop-in day curling, mens and ladies evenings, competitive leagues and a robust Junior programe from which we are proud to recognize Team Mary Fay, winners of the 2015 Canada Games Silver Medal, 2016 Canadian Junior Women's Champions and the 2016 World Junior Champions.
Andrew Atherton (coach), Janique LeBlanc (lead), Karlee Burgess (second) and Kristin Clarke (third)
Our club exists solely through the continuing volunteer efforts of our dedicated members; everything from installing and maintaining the ice, organizing leagues, hosting bonspiels to baking and preparing home-cooked meals for club pot-luck dinners...our members do it all!
At CCC, you'll find a warm, lively social atmosphere with friendly, welcoming members. As well, it's a safe and entertaining place for the entire family to play in one of Canada's best winter sports! Recreational curling provides a great way for all ages to excercise and it's never been this much fun!