Adaptive (Stick) curling consists of pushing granite stones down a sheet of ice from a standing or sitting (wheelchair) position using a stick. A “Stick” curling game consists of 2 teams of 2 players each, one teammate at each end of the “sheet” of ice. Teams alternately deliver 8 stones each to the target (“house”) located about 120 feet away, attempting to have the most stones closest to the center.
“Stick” curling provides an opportunity for people of all physical ability and ages to experience the excitement and challenge of the sport of curling on an equal and competitive basis in a social atmosphere.
Adaptive Curling Classes
Adaptive curling classes will be held at the Wauwatosa Curling Club on:
March 18th, 2017 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
There is no cost, but registration is required to participate. Register on the Wauwatosa Recreation Department website by clicking here. Under “Quick Links” select “Browse Activities,” enter 268900 in the “Activity Number Search” window, select the search button, and follow the steps 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.