What: The Dar Curtis began in 1947 and allows newer curlers the chance to compete with their peers and tryout their own strategies in a fun, club-based environment. Pins will
What: The Dar Curtis began in 1947 and allows newer curlers the chance to compete with their peers and tryout their own strategies in a fun, club-based environment. Pins will be awarded to the winners and runners up of up to four events.
Who is eligible: Traditionally, competitors the event welcomes curlers who have participated in less than five full curling seasons. Players are usually leads, twos, or new vice skips. Longer-term curlers who are twos and leads may also compete. Both men and women are eligible to compete on men’s, women’s or mixed teams. No restrictions on the gender order of the teams. Ideally, all curlers would be from the same club.
When, Where, and Format: The 73rd Annual Dar Curtis will be held at Waltham Curling Club on Saturday, February 23rd, and Sunday, February 24th & will run as a 4-event bonspiel. Limited to the first 16 teams who sign up.
Cost:No entry fee. Participants are responsible for their own food and beverage costs.
Entry Procedure: Enter below, if you are with a team, please identify your skip.
The Midwest Curling Association (originally the Illinois Curling Association) was founded in 1964 with the goal of organizing clubs in the midwest to participate in the wonderful sport of curling. Currently there are 9 clubs that make up part of the Midwest Curling Association. Our plan is to have more clubs join our association and help grow their player base.