Northern Alberta Curling Association





SHERWOOD PARK CURLING CLUB is looking for a part time ice tech assistant for Saturdays starting immediatley through till end of March.

Hours would consist of a morning shift from 6 - 10am and/or evening 3 - 7pm.

Please contact Heather at Sherwood Park Curling Club for further details.



ROCKY CURLING CLUB – ICE TECHNICIAN Rocky Curling Club in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta is currently accepting applications to fill the position of Icemaker technician /Caretaker for our newly renovated successful club of 300 + members. Our busy 5 sheet curling club has weekdays and evening league programs as well as rentals and school groups. Our bonspiels consist of 7 league and 2 larger bonspiels per year and are held on various weekdays or weekends throughout the curling season. The head Ice technician works under the direction of the executive committee and is responsible for all activities and equipment relating to the Rocky Curling Club. Ice Technician Level 1 and previous building maintenance is an asset, however not required, if needed the successful candidate will be registered and sent to the level 1 course this September 14-16, 2017. General maintenance of the facility will be to maintain and clean the lobby, locker room, lower washrooms, and sidewalks. The position is a contract position, and is paid on experience. The contract season is approximately from mid September to mid April. The applicant must be physically fit, and able to work flexible hours; daytime, evenings, and weekends. Please send resumes to Rocky Curling Club secretary, or for further questions please contact 403-844-1949.



Seeking a Food Concession and Banquet Opportunity

My wife and I are seeking a food concession and banquet opportunity.

We offer consistency in food services.

All our products are homemade including baking.

We had the food concession at the THISTLE CURLING CLUB from 2008 to 2013.

We left at the end of 2013 temporarily to get a minor medical procedure done.

We offer professionalism hard working and consistency in our food products.

We believe that if the food service is good then the curlers would have another drink, and food service can help your bar sales. During bonspiels the teams would stay in between games rather than go somewhere else for food.

We work with the curling leagues for fair pricing on banquets and bonspiels
the day to day operation we keep our food prices reasonable in this economy.

Letters of Reference upon Request

Please contact Allan Perkins at 780-660-3979 or Lorna Perkins at 780-340-3979 for information or email me at

We will consider all proposals in the Northern Alberta Curling Assoc. Area or central Alberta.

Thank you, Allan and Lorna Perkins