Adaptive (Stick) Curling

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Adaptive curling consists of pushing granite stones down a sheet of ice from a standing or sitting (wheelchair) position using a “pusher” stick. “Stick” curling allows all people, regardless of physical ability and age, to experience the excitement and fun of the sport of curling.

Adaptive Curling Classes

The Adaptive Curling classes will be tailored to fit the ability of each participant so that no one needs to be hesitant to register.

You do not need to be a Wauwatosa resident to participate. 

Class sizes are limited to 16 people. 

Non-participants are invited to attend to observe and learn about the sport of adaptive curling. You do not need to register to observe. 

There is no cost, but registration is required to participate.


Saturday, November 25, 2023
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Saturday December 16, 2023
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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The Wauwatosa Curling Club has an active adaptive curling program designed to accommodate all levels of physical and developmental ability. To learn more and to find out how you or your organization can get involved click here

Contact us with questions or comments regarding these and other adaptive curling opportunities.

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Upcoming Events

HOLD to Make Ice - October 1
Open Doubles 1 (Davis) - October 22
Killian Nelthorpe (7 nights) - October 23
St Mary's (P. Heim) - October 24
Juniors - October 24
Martha Wolz - October 24
Wed Daytime 915 - October 25
Killian Nelthorpe (7 nights) - October 25
Early Thursday Open - October 26
Presidents - October 26

Our Location

7300 W Chestnut Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53213

About the Wauwatosa Curling Club

The Wauwatosa Curling Club played its first game in 1921 in a shed that was part of Stickney Field Club on Stickney Avenue, just south of where Wauwatosa's City Hall now stands. In 1925 the shed was moved to what is now Hart Park and play continued there until 1941, when the Club began in its current location, the Muellner Building.

The Club uses four sheets of ice to play and has a clubhouse downstairs with lockers available for members' use, a bar and a full kitchen for preparing meals and snacks. We enjoy a postgame tradition called broomstacking, where members socialize with their team and their opponents' team.

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