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THE CALENDAR YEAR FOR CLUB DUES RUNS FROM OCT. 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30.

ANNUAL DUES RENEWAL HAPPENS DURING THE FALL REGISTRATION PERIOD. NEW MEMBERS FROM THE PREVIOUS FALL, WINTER, AND SPRING SEASONS WILL BE ASKED TO RENEW THEIR MEMBERSHIP AT THIS TIME.


*** PLEASE NOTE: You MUST ENTER YOUR
BIRTH DATE to register as an Adult ***


LEAGUE REGISTRATION OPTIONS

 

1. Individual looking for a team
- a single player looking to be placed on a team
- you will be asked to select the league or leagues that you would be ABLE to curl
- you will not be asked to pay until we place you on a team

2. Registering a full team
- The person completing the form is registering for ALL FOUR PLAYERS AND WILL PAY IN FULL FOR THE ENTIRE TEAM
- all listed players MUST be members of FSCC before the registration is valid
- your team's spot in the selected league will NOT be secured until you have PAID IN FULL

 


MULTIPLE LEAGUES


Multiple league registrations have now been separated.

If you wish to register for a second or third league, you will be able to do that by returning to the main registration page. The process is outlined as follows:

1. If you are not currently
an FSCC Member, you must complete the FSCC Membership Registration before accessing the 1st League Registration.

2. You will not be able to access the 2nd League Registration until you have completed the 1st League Registration.

3. You will not be able to access the 3rd League Registration until you have completed the 2nd League Registration. 



 

2019 Fall Youth Program Sunday 2:00pm

Youth Curling Program

 

2019 Fall Session - Open House October 6th 2:00-4:00pm

Session Time: Sundays 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Dates:  October 27, November 3, 10, 17, 24

Cost: Per Season: $50 per child for first 2 children; $25 for each additional child

Bundle Option for All 3 Seasons: $125 per child for first 2 children; $60 for each additional child if signed up before Fall Season

*Registration is limited to 50 participants.

*Open to children ages 8 - 18.

*Both beginner and intermediate introduction and game play provided.

*A parent/guardian is expected to be in the club each week.

*Registration will open for Winter and Spring Seasons as follows:

Winter: Dec. 8th

Spring: Feb 2nd
 
Registration for current season participants will open on the last week of the season. Example, December 1st is when Fall participants can sign up for winter.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Derek Peterson at Derek.alan.peterson@gmail.com

Opened: 08/25/2019
Closes: 10/27/2019

Open to: Men & Women

17 registrations 33 open positions.  

2019-2020 Locker Registration

F.S.C.C. Locker Register

We are trying to up date or records of all records as to which
lockers are actually spoken for and if any one would like to
rent a locker it can be done here.

We have three options now for the rental of a locker;
Lifetime Locker Rental - $300
Yearly Locker Rental - $50 per year
Seasonal Locker Rental - $30 per season

Opened: 09/01/2019
Closes: 09/30/2020

Open to: Men & Women

FSCC General Membership 2019-2020

F.S.C.C. Membership

$100 + tax

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The membership year is NOW based on a subscription based system.

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Base Cost: $0.00

Opened: 07/01/2019
Closes: 06/30/2020

Open to: Men & Women

Learn to Curl November 10, 2019 @ 12:00pm-2:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 10/22/2019
Closes: 11/07/2019

Open to: Men & Women

0 registrations 24 open positions.  

Learn to Curl November 16, 2019 @ 10:00am-12:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 10/22/2019
Closes: 11/12/2019

Open to: Men & Women

0 registrations 40 open positions.  

Learn to Curl November 29, 2019 @ 11:00am - 1:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 10/22/2019
Closes: 11/24/2019

Open to: Men & Women

0 registrations 40 open positions.  

Learn to Curl November 29, 2019 @ 2:00pm-4:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 10/22/2019
Closes: 11/24/2019

Open to: Men & Women

0 registrations 32 open positions.  

Learn to Curl November 3, 2019 @ 10:00am-12:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 09/24/2019
Closes: 11/01/2019

Open to: Men & Women

9 registrations 23 open positions.  

Learn to Curl October 26, 2019 @ 10:00am-12:00pm

Learn To Curl

Cost: $25.00+ tax

 

A Learn to Curl clinic is a great way for anyone, age 7 to adult, to get your first exposure to the sport.  Each lesson is a 2-hour introduction and instructional session that teaches people the basics of curling.  Participants learn physical play, rules, and strategy.  We strive for a low instructor-to-student ratio with an emphasis on active participation.  Within minutes, you are throwing rocks and sweeping.  You finish off the session playing a mini game.  Learn To Curl sessions are also a great way for small groups to enjoy a new activity at a great price, and guests can all curl together as a group.  

A Learn to Curl clinic includes:

  • 20-30 minutes of classroom instruction to go over terminology, ice safety, and rules
  • 1-1/2 hours of ice time 
  • Instruction on how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • A two- or three-end game (as many as time allows)

Clothing

  • Dress in layers.  The arena temperature is about 45-50 degrees. You'll be standing on ice for two hours. If you normally wear a hat outside, you'll probably want to wear one while curling as well.
  • Clothing should allow freedom of movement.  You need to be able to squat and lunge (blue jeans are not recommended since your movement is restricted).
  • Lightweight gloves keep your hands warm while still allowing you to feel the stone.
  • Fleece or velour jackets are a poor choice for curling because they have a tendency to shed fluff balls, which can impact the path of a rock and are difficult to remove from the ice surface.

Footwear

  • CLEAN SHOES ARE REQUIRED!! 
  • Please bring a clean pair of shoes that are not worn from the parking lot into the building.  Athletic shoes are fine.  Any little grain of sand or pebble from shoes can affect the path of the stone.
  • Avoid shoes with eyelets or metal on top.
  • If your feet tend to get cold, consider wearing two pairs of socks.
  • The Club will supply any other equipment necessary.

If you have any questions, plase contact Carrie Harms at 763-780-3328 x17 or charms@fogertyarena.com.

Opened: 09/24/2019
Closes: 10/25/2019

Open to: Men & Women

6 registrations 18 open positions.  

Sublist

Open to: Men & Women

Adopt A Rock

Have you ever wanted to adopt?  Four Seasons Curling Club has 96 orphaned curling rocks looking for loving sponsors.  With the Adopt a Rock program you don't have the hassle of late night feedings or diaper changes.  The adoption fee is a $500 donation, about the cost of a rock. Let us know what you want engraved on the rock handle, whether it is your name or your company's name or logo, and the rock will curl on forever.  The donation goes to Fogerty Arena, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Therefore, your donation is eligible as a tax deduction.  If you need more information on the Adopt a Rock program, please contact the Fogerty Arena staff by email or by calling 763-780-3328.  If you're ready to adopt, please use this link or download the adoption form.
 

Plain Handles Engraved Handles

Open to: Men & Women

51 open positions.