Welcome & Updates

And just like that, our curling season has come to an end. Thank you to everyone who made a visit to the Morris Multiplex this year, whether that was playing in a bonspiel, a league, or cheering on a loved one.


You are invited to our Annual General Meeting taking place May 25th. It will be a celebration of this past year, with a pickerel fish fry, live music, a cornhole tournament and silent auction!

Happy Hour starts at 3pm
Supper – 5pm
AGM – 6:30pm
Cornhole Tournament to follow AGM

Members – $20
Non-members – $25
Kids (12 & Under) – $10

Contact Gabriel at manager@morriscurlingclub.com to get your tickets.

Golf Tournament:

While the date is still to be determined, keep your eyes out for further updates as we are planning on having a golf tournament fundraiser once again.

League Winners:

Congratulations goes out to the winners of our leagues!

Playing stellar in the playoffs, ultimately beating the #1 ranked Brian Recksiedler & Yves Grenier in the final to win our Wednesday Night Stick League was Craig & Jean Mackie. Congratulations Craig & Jean!  I also have to give a shoutout to my team, Quinn, Zach & Jacqueline. We put together one of our better games of the year to beat the #1 seeded Zach Norris team in an extra end to win the Open Monday Night League. We are looking forward to taking on any and all challengers again next year!

126th Bonspiel:

Thanks to all who attended our 126th bonspiel. From all reports a great time was had by all celebrating curling in our community. In total we had 20 stick teams and another 14 – 4 person teams. It was great to see all ages and skill levels participate in this bonspiel together! You won’t want to miss next years event!

Ice Maintenance: 

In an effort to have even better ice conditions next year, with consultation from both the Multiplex staff & our ice makers, the board has decided to take the ice out this summer.

We are excited at the opportunities this will present us, as next year the ice won’t be as high on the boards ensuring that rocks won’t cross over sheets during practice or game play. It also allow us more room to flood when we notice slight inconsistencies in the ice, and allow us to address brine leaks under the ice surface over the summer months.

We plan to be one of the first clubs, if not the first club in Manitoba, to have the ice back in this fall, to ensure high performance teams have the ability to practice out of the Cargill Curling Training Centre before next season begins.

As of today, we are targeting having the ice back in August 1st and also plan to have kids camps throughout the month of August. Stay tuned for more information.

Sponsored Rings:

As you may notice on TV, customized/sponsored houses are the norm on tour. These rings allow for an easier installation compared to paint, and through sponsorship can help raise money. We have decided to pursue this opportunity and have packages available for business interested in increased visibility throughout the year (including at the Dekalb).

If this interests you, please reach out for more details, as we would be happy to provide examples of what this could look like for your company.


That is it for me in this edition of “ On the Button”. If you have any questions you can email me at manager@morriscurlingclub.com. See you all next year!