Tartan Curling Club     1464 Broadway Ave.    Regina  SK  Canada    (306) 522-1649    www.tartancurling.com

Going into the Summer
306 522-1649 or tartancurlingclub@accesscomm.ca

The 2014-2015 Curling season will begin in October and now is the time to join the Tartan. There are leagues for new and returning curlers. If you are interested in curling on either a temporary or full-time basis there is plenty of time to join. We are thinking of expanding the Young Adult Curling to Friday evening for people who have to get up up early Wednesdays. Let us know what you think. Call us at 306 522-1649 or send an email to tartancurlingclub@accesscomm.ca. 

This spring we have unearthed the post holes for setting up badminton nets and it happens that we have a few posts. We are also looking at a game called Pickle Ball which is one of the fasted growing sports south of the border and uses courts that are very similar to badminton courts. We are looking into seeing if our floor is suitable for that game. Watch for up dates.

Cart Hockey
We are moving into a new phase at the Tartan. The equipment has arrived and we will shortly be announcing something  completely different for the summer season. Cart Hockey will have teams of four or five using  leg driven carts called EZY Roller Pros. We're in the developing stage right now, working out the rules and how the teams should be made up but we will be up and running very soon.
Pickleball comes to the Tartan
   In conjunction with the Pickleball Saskatchewan  the Tartan is pleased to offer courts for play. Despite its unusual name Pickleball is one of the most rapidly growing sports in North America. While having its own rules and equipment it has similarities to tennis, badminton and table tennis. The court is the same size as a badminton court with a slight difference in the size of the space before the net. It can be played both singly and as doubles. The ball is perforated in a style similar to the wiffle ball with indoor and out door variations. The paddles are some what like table tennis ones except with longer handles and a larger striking area.
   We welcome all levels of players, from novice to experienced. We have some paddles available for those who just want to try the game without out
   Time of play currently will be:
Mondays at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Other booking times may be arranged by contacting the Tartan at 306 522-1649 or by email at tartancurlingclub@accesscomm.ca
We will also be conducting clinics for new players.
The sessions are 2 hours during which it is possible to play several games and because we are interested in growing the sport the cost is low at $5.00 per person or $20.00 for a court rental outside of the above times. A special rate of $3.00 a session is available of members of the Pickleball Regina. We offer cards with ten sessions on them for the above posted times. We also have membership forms for those who would like to join Pickleball Regina.
The Men's Southerns are coming to the Tartan
The Tartan will be hosting the Men's Southerns January 15 - 18. It has been quite awhile since we last had them, so many of you haven't had a chance to be part of them. All sorts of help will be needed so keep a place in your calendar open.
Good Neighbours
As you've probably noticed the Tartan is an older building and lacks some of the features modern public buildings offer. Among these are washrooms accessible to all people. I was bemoaning this one day to Bob Bymoen, the president, and Roseann Strelezki, the treasurer, of our neighbour the SGEU because I knew I had some people coming in for whom the lack of accessibility was a real impediment to their participation in an event at the rink. Immediately they said they would see what they could do and a little while later I received a call saying we could have access to their building during our event. Shane Osberg, their director of Disability Management Services arranged everything for us and made the event that much better because more people could participate. A big thank you for their kindness.
Daily Curling Schedule


  • Hotelmen League 10:00
  • Youth League 3:30
  • Sunday Mixed League 7:00
  • Learn to Curl 7:00


  • Wheat City Senior Men’s League 9:00
  • Tartan Senior Men’s League 1:00
  • High School League 4:00
  • Yarnton Open League 7:00


  • Grade 6 Physical Education 9:30
  • Tam-O-Shanter Ladies League 1:00
  • U of R Faculty and Staff League 4:45
  • Tartan Open League 7:00
  • MooseHead Young Adult League 9:00


  • Stick Curling 10:00
  • Matinée Ladies League 1:00
  • Tartan Senior Men’s League 1:00
  • City of Regina League 6:45


  • Harmony Builders Masters Men 9:30
  • Tam-O-Shanter Ladies 1:00
  • Curl For Kids 4:00
  • Tartan Open League 7:00 & 9:00


  • Wheat City Senior Men’s League 9:00
  • Tartan Senior Men’s League 1:00
  • Teacher’s League 4:30
  • Friday Mixed League 7:00
  • Public Ice Rental 9:00


  • Curl for Kids 11:00
  • Public Ice Rental 1:00


  • Practice Ice 12:00 NOON
  • Public Ice Rental (times vary)
  • Private Lessons (times vary)


Members Only Section

All league schedules and standings are available in the MEMBERS ONLY section of the Tartan website.  A user name and password is required for the security of our members personal information.  If you receive our e-newsletters every month you are in our database and you can receive your password by clicking the "I Forgot My Password" link on the LOGIN page of the Tartan Website.  If you are a new member or have not registered your email address with us you can Register Here.  If you have any questions or would like assistance gaining access to the members only section of the Tartan Website e-mail the Tartan Office or call us at 522-1649.

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If you aren't getting enough Tartan News from the website you can follow us on FaceBook and Twitter.  The Tartan has had a FaceBook group page titled "Tartan Curling Club" for over a year and has recently started to "Twitter".  Everybody is welcome to join the newest way for the Tartan and its members to communicate.  If you don't have a Twitter or FaceBook ID all you need is an email address to join www.facebook.com, and www.twitter.com, two of the newest forms of social networking.  We look forward to following you on Twitter and hearing from you on the Facebook Group's Discussion Board.

New in March of 2010 is a Tartan YouTube Video call "Tartan Curling Club - Not Your Average Curling Club".  Check it out by going to www.youtube.com and seraching for "Tartan Curling Club" or by clicking the link to the right.  The video features footage during the Tuesday Night Young Adult League and at one of the Glow in the Dark Curling Events. 

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