Our Story

Buffalo Curling Club has been a cornerstone of the Buffalo community since the 1860s, hosting national and international events and proudly representing the United States as a member of the Grand National Curling Club.

In 2014, a dedicated group revitalized the club, organizing outdoor bonspiels and league play reminiscent of the sport's early days. Transitioning to an indoor facility in the historic Buffalo China Factory, we now offer leagues for all skill levels, youth programs, Learn to Curl lessons, and group rentals, ensuring curling is accessible to all. Join us in preserving tradition and promoting the sport in Western New York at Buffalo Curling Club.

Our Mission

The mission of the Buffalo Curling club is to increase public awareness, appreciation, and participation in the sport of curling for all individuals regardless of age or abilities; and in addition to support members who wish to progress in competitive curling.

Please support our mission and donate to help spread the joy of curling.

Our Board of Directors

At Buffalo Curling Club, our operations are led by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, elected from within our membership base. These dedicated individuals, composed of experienced curlers and community leaders, are driven by a shared passion for fostering the growth and success of our club. Their tireless efforts ensure that Buffalo Curling Club thrives both on and off the ice. With a combination of vision, expertise, and unwavering commitment to excellence, our Board of Directors plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of our beloved club.

Meet our current Board of Directors:

Vice President
At large
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At Large

Connect With Us

Ready to join the Buffalo Curling Club family? Reach out to us today to learn more about membership, upcoming events, and how you can get involved. Follow us on social media for the latest updates and connect with fellow curlers online. We can't wait to welcome you to the ice!

Thank you for visiting Buffalo Curling Club – where the tradition of curling meets the spirit of community.