Learn to Curl

Available Classes

We are an all volunteer organization and add dates/spots based on availability. Note: you do not need to create an account in order to register for an intro session. Please use the "contact us" form if you have any issues signing up.

There are no up-coming events

What To Expect

JPCC's Introduction to curling class is designed to teach you the basic skills of the sport. The slide, releasing the rock with "handle" and Sweeping.

The class is 2hrs in length. We will start the event with a brief safety talk and an explanation of the game of curling. Then we’ll take you onto the ice for roughly an hour of instruction. Moving into about an hour of actual game time, with coaching from our instructors throughout the game.

Children and Youth Policy

At this time the minimum age for participation in open Introduction to Curling classes is 16 years old. Children younger than 16 often cannot throw the rock the length of the playing surface and tend to lack the focus required to play the game safely with adults.


Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your event’s start time, and stop by our registration table in the lobby. You will be asked to sign a liability waiver and make a nametag for yourself. We ask that participants not “pre-game” to excess, as curling requires balance and concentration. Participants who are visibly intoxicated at arrival will not be allowed on the ice.

What to Wear

All curling-related equipment will be provided!

  • Shoes: Wear clean comfortable sneakers with deep treads and rubber soles. Avoid Boots and hard-soled shoes
  • Legs: Wear loose comfortable slacks. Sweats, yoga pants, or golf slacks are ideal… jeans are a very poor choice as they are too constrictive and tend to get wet and stay wet (and cold).
  • Torso: Wear a light sweater /sweatshirt and a light jacket. Once we start curling and sweeping, the jackets tend to come off. Some people like to wear gloves, but most find they’re warm enough without them. The average temp in the arena is 30-40 degrees sometimes lower.
  • Head: A sports helmet (such as a biking or skating helmet) is highly recommended. Most experienced curlers don’t wear them, but since you can’t be sure how your particular shoes are going to grip the ice, it’s always a good idea for first-timer curlers to wear a helmet. If you don’t have a helmet, then a knit toque with a thick, soft-brim, or backward baseball cap is better than no protection at all in the event of a fall.
  • Face: Wear a big cheerful smile ( under your mask) and be ready to have an absolute blast!

Contact Information

Please send membership inquiries to:
[email protected] 

League inquires to:
[email protected]

All other inquiries to our current club President:
[email protected]

Ice Location

Pennsauken Skate Zone
6725 River Rd,
Pennsauken Township, NJ 08110


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About Our Club

We are an arena ice #curling club located in southern New Jersey. We welcome new and experienced curlers to join us for Intro to Curl and Leagues!

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