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.
The Club has events for men's, women's, mixed (two women, two men per team), senior (50+), junior (under 21) and open (any combination of women and/or men) teams. All events have advance signup sheets and adhere to a schedule.
As a member of the Club, you are provided great entertainment value for your dollar. Members of the club pay annual dues to participate. Dues allow them to play in as many club events as their schedule permits. In addition, dues cover the cost of refreshments (soda and beer) and use of the clubroom. As an added bonus, first year and second year curlers receive a discount and upon paying your first year dues receive a broom and slider.
Guests are welcome anytime to the Club. Basic instruction in curling through the use of video and demonstration are available. You may contact us by all calling 414.453.CURL (2875) during the curling season (Nov - Mar) or through the email on the contact us page on this site.
Our members share not only an interest in curling, but also the company of pleasant, fun people. There are novice and veteran curlers of all ages, and some members who don't curl at all enjoy our Club. Curling is an exciting and fun winter sport that all ages can enjoy.
The Wauwatosa curling club is a great place to hold your corporate outing or team building event, for more information please contact our corporate outing team and visit the Event and Rentals page.