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    Spring Youth Curling

    Our club is going to host another couple of session of youth curling to introduce young people in the area to the sport. The next session will be on Sunday, March 8th from 12:30-1:30 at the Saranac Lake Civic Center. If you are interested in registering, please contact Kim Williams Weinrick at kweinrick@gmail.com. In the meantime, check out the gallery below of thank you notes from the kids that participated in our earlier sessions!

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    New Photo Gallery

    Check out the new photo gallery of our event at the 40th Anniversary of the 1980 Winter Olympic Games at Lake Placid. Our club raised $1250 for the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation. The money raised will go to help local cancer patients get to their treatments. Follow the link above to find out more about Scott Hamilton’s charity.

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    Lake Placid Event a Success!

    This article can also be found on the Adirondack Daily Enterprise‘s website at: https://www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com/news/local-news/2020/02/curling-lessons-raise-money-for-cancer-foundation/ Lake Placid Curling Club Raises $1,260 for Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation during LP 40th Anniversary of Olympics On Saturday, February 15th, the Lake Placid Curling Club (LPCC) sponsored a curling exhibition on Mirror Lake in Lake Placid as part of the 40th Anniversary of the 1980 Olympics events. The event was held to teach interested members of the community and visitors how to throw a curling stone; a donation of $5 to throw three stones was requested, with all proceeds going to the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation. Over a three-hour period, on a cold but sunny day,…

  • Community Events

    40th Anniversary of 1980 Olympics Celebration!

    On Saturday, February 15, from 11-2 pm, the Lake Placid Curling Club will host a Hit the Button exhibition on Mirror Lake as part of Lake Placid’s 40th Anniversary of the 1980 Winter Olympics events. A special treat will be curling on zamboni-cleaned ice on Mirror Lake. Contestants will get 3 stone throws for $5, with all proceeds going to the Scott Hamilton Cancer Foundation. The LPCC will also be selling its new line of club merchandise, including hats, winter beanies, and T-shirts. Join the Fun!

  • Club News,  Community Events

    Champions All Around!

    First of all, a hearty congratulations to Owen! He was the winner of our Hit The Button competition on Pontiac Bay this year. This is a competition that we hold as a club every Winter Carnival located on the lake next to the Ice Palace. We’re already a could of weeks into Session 2 of our season, but we want to take a moment to congratulate our winning team from Session 1!

  • Media

    We’re Internet(-Newspaper) Famous!

    The Adirondack Daily Enterprise did a wonderful write-up of our club’s last Learn-to-Curl session. They’re always tons of fun and we enjoy introducing people to the sport and share our love of curling. Follow the link in the caption or here to read the article in its entirety and see the gallery.

  • Member Spotlight

    New Member Spotlight!

    After our brief holiday hiatus, we have a new member profile to start off 2020! We are proud to highlight David Kobe who also serves as our fearless statistician! Keep tuned for more updates coming! We have pictures and good news coming about the club, recent friendlies and the start of our second session of the season! Good curling!

  • Community Events

    Additional Learn-to-Curl!

    Good news, everyone! If you missed our Holiday Learn-to-Curl, but are still yearning to pick up a broom you’re in luck! We will have one final Learn-to-Curl at the Saranac Lake Civic Center on January 12th. If you are already experienced, you are also invited to come out for a pick up game with LPCC curlers, with the minimal requirements listed below.¬†We meet on Sundays from 3:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Requirements & Fees:$25 per session above and clean sneakers (or curling shoes)Curling equipment will be providedSessions offer special instruction by certified trainers for new curlersReturning curlers can choose between instruction an/or pick-up games Directions to Saranac Lake Civic Center…

  • Community Events

    Holiday Learn-to-Curl

    Stepping Stones (Learn-to-Curl) is a program designed for new and returning curlers alike. Hosted at the Saranac Lake Civic Center and taught by certified curling trainers, we would be delighted for you to come and join us this holiday season on December 29th! If you are already experienced, you are also invited to come out for a pick up game with LPCC curlers, with the minimal requirements listed below. We meet on Sundays from 3:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Requirements & Fees:$25 per session above and clean sneakers (or curling shoes)Curling equipment will be providedSessions offer special instruction by certified trainers for new curlersReturning curlers can choose between instruction an/or pick-up…