5 & Under Open - First Half, Sunday Mornings
Limited to members with five or less years of curling experience, this is a learning event providing an opportunity for members to curl against members with similar experience on Sunday mornings. Members may sign up as a team or individually and be placed on a team. This event leads up to USWCA’s 5 and Under Bonspiel. Teams are encouraged to register for this bonspiel. Rules of Competition for Club Events apply. Substitutes may play in any position except Skip if the substitute qualifies as a 5 and Under; if the substitute does not qualify as a 5 and Under, the substitute shall deliver lead rocks. If Skip is absent, a regular member of the team shall direct the play and deliver skip’s rocks. For more information or to join the waiting list, contact Ryan Carlson.
Daytime Open - All Season, Wednesday Mornings
A non-rated event open to all ages and skill levels. Teams and games (4-man/3-man/2-man) are made up each week based on who comes on the day. A great way to get ice time in a friendly non-competitive format, or just practice deliveries on a spare sheet. Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m for on the ice at 9:30. For more information contact Jane Plowman.
Dinsmoor Open - Second Half, Thursdays
An Open Event on Thursdays during the second half of the season, where any regular member, male or female, may play in any position. Teams made up voluntarily. Event Committee will attempt to form teams from those individuals not on a team who sign up for this event. Maximum of 27 Teams. For more information contact Matt or Dawn Majewski.
Dunlop Open - Second Half, Fridays
The Dunlop is an eight end, non-rated open event on Friday nights during the second half of the season. Players form their own teams, individuals signing up will be placed on a team by the event chairs. For more information contact Bill Christensen.
Early Open - All Season, Thursday Afternoons
A twice-monthly open event for ALL curlers able to curl at 4:15 on Thursdays. Six-end games are followed by socializing and an optional catered dinner. Sign up as an individual or team. Limited to nine teams but unlimited coaches, cheerleaders, etc. are welcome. For more information contact Karen or Rob Haagensen.
French Open, Mid-Season, Saturdays
This non-rated social event is scheduled on 8 to 9 Saturday evenings November through March. Teams will be created for either 2-person mixed double format or 4-person mixed teams, based on the number of participants. For more information contact Ben or Dana Davis.
Hipke Open - First Half, Sundays
Formerly known as the Sunday Open. This event runs the first 8 weeks of the season. 8 end games. Being an open event, teams can be comprised of any combination on men and women. You can sign up as a team or as an individual. Limited to the first 32 people to sign up. For more information contact Rick Lemke.
Hipke Open - Second Half, Sunday Evenings
Found yourself with some extra time on Sundays? Fill the void with ice, brooms, and beer. This event will run 8 weeks, 8 end games, pushing out of the hack at 5:00pm. An open event, so teams can be comprised of any combination on men and women. You can sign up as a team, or as an individuals. First come first serve up to a total of 32 people. For more information contact Ty Sessums.
Mullarkey Open - First Half, Fridays
An open event for all regular members scheduled on Fridays during the first half of the season. Teams are formed weekly prior to 6:30 draw from those having signed up that week (8:00 draw if necessary). Points will be kept for individual players. Playoff among top 8 players to determine pins. All are welcome even if you can't attend weekly. Emphasis is on having fun & improving skills. For more information contact Trent Jay.
Presidents Open - First Half, Thursdays
An Open Event where any regular member, male or female, may play in any position. Teams made up voluntarily. Event Committee will attempt to form teams from those individuals not on a team who sign up for this event. Maximum of 27 Teams. For more information contact Matt or Dawn Majewski.
WCC Championship Open - Second Half, Wednesdays
Competitive open event where members form their own teams – men, women, or any combination. Open to the first 24 teams to register and will follow a bonspiel format with four events. Pins will be awarded in four events and 1st event winners’ names will be engraved on a trophy.
Balmoral (Men) - Second Half, Mondays
All member men's rated club event curled in February and March on Mondays. Teams are formed by the Games Committee from regular members requesting participation through online registration. Rated event rules apply as do Rules of Competition for Club Events. For more information contact Peter Muller.
Kearney (Men) - Mid-Season Mondays
An all member men's rated event starting after the Kilian-Northope and played on Mondays. Consists of rated teams formed by Skip’s draft of Thirds, Seconds and Leads. Sign up required for participation. Rated Events Rules apply as do Rules of Competition for club events. For more information contact Steve Wycklendt.
Kilian Nelthorpe (Men) - First Half, Mondays & Wednesdays
An all member men's rated club event starting the curling season. Play is on Mondays and Wednesdays. Consists of a rated teams formed by Skip’s draft of Thirds, Seconds and Leads. Signup required for participation. Rated Event rules apply as do the Rules of competition for club events. For more information contact Adam Berghammer.
MacKenzie (Men) - Mid-Season, Wednesdays
Teams made up voluntarily by regular men's members. Individuals can sign up and be assigned to a team. A non-rated event. Winner and runner-up of each division qualify for the Wauwatosa Invitational Bonspiel. Qualification may vary as the number of divisions and teams change. For more information contact Tim Torgerson.
Senior WISCA (Men) - All Season, Days TBD
Men age 55 and older are eligible to play. Daytime senior curling at Wauwatosa consists mainly of WISCA event curling which can take place at any of nine Wisconsin clubs, and the Chicago Curling Club. The WISCA clubs are Arlington, Blackhawk (Janesville), Chicago, Kettle-Moraine, Madison, Milwaukee, Portage, Poynette, Racine, and Wauwatosa. Wauwatosa teams are made up from all those interested. Everyone is welcome and will be put on a team. Games start at 10:00am, and by followed by lunch at the host club. For more information contact Rob Haagensen.
All American (Women) - Mid-Season, Tuesdays
Women's event in the middle of the season. Each club shall have a minimum of 4 teams. If deemed necessary, clubs may set their own maximum number of entrants. An entry of 4 to 7 teams should curl a round robin to determine a winner. An entry of 8 or more teams should curl in a bracketed elimination (kill-down), or a round robin, or some combination thereof, whatever the ice schedule will permit. Games are 8 Ends. Rated Event. Additional rules defined by USWCA. For more information contact Amy Arzbaecher.
Daytime Interclub (Women) - All Season, Days TBD
Women's event. Three one-day interclub events held alternately at Kettle, Milwaukee, and Wauwatosa. Usually two six-end games followed by lunch.
Holly Christman (Women) - Second Half, Tuesdays
Women's event during the second half of the curling season. Trophy presented in 1986 by the Wauwatosa Twilighters. Teams made up by a Skip draw. Eight end games, unless specified by League Chair. Rated Event. Rules as stated in the Rules Section. For more information contact Amy Arzbaecher.
Martha Wolz (Women) - First Half, Tuesdays
Women's event that starts off the curling season. Trophy presented in 1988 by Martha Wolz. Teams made up by either Games Committee or a Skip draw. Games will be six ends. Rules as stated in the Rules Section. Non-Rated Event. For more information contact Amy Arzbaecher.
Junior Curling - All Season
A Junior Curling program is available to both boys and girls ages 8 and older who are physically capable of handling the stones (about 42 lbs.) We also have Little Rocks for younger children not yet able to handle full-size rocks. For more information contact Mike Elwing.
No Leagues (Select this "League" if you do not wish to sign up for leagues as a part of Member Registration)
League designation for members that are eligible for league play but do not wish to play regularly in specific league(s). Often these members plan to sub in one or many leagues.