Granite hosts the Mixed Doubles National Championship February 27th to March 3rd. New this year is, similar to the Men's and Women's championships, the twelve team field is decided by World Curling Tour points, winning certain bonspiels, and a challenge round.
Registration for 2018-2019 leagues is now open! Join us for another season of competition, fun, and camaraderie on the ice!
- Login to your account, and then start the registration process.
- If you have forgotten your password, please don't create a new account, instead reset your password.
- If you've never had a website account, create a new account.
Or join us at one of our pre-season open houses for more information and to register in-person.
The Priority Registration Deadline is 11:59pm on Wednesday, September 12, 2018. Current members must register and pay by the Priority Registration Deadline to ensure best access to your desired leagues. Details on our league registration priority can be found in our League Over-Subscription Policy. Any paper registration forms must be received (not postmarked) by the Priority Registration Deadline to guarantee priority. Leagues begin this season on Thursday, September 27th!
Last weekend at our annual Awards Banquet and General Meeting, we were proud to announce the recipients of this year's club-wide awards.
The Cruickshank Award, named after club founder and second president Cliff Cruickshank, is awarded annually to the member who represents the true Granite Spirit of Curling, as demonstrated through their outstanding volunteer service to GCC. This year's recipient was Lisa Rauliuk. Lisa has been the driving force behind our Juniors program for many years, and continues to contribute both to the Juniors program as well as using her creativity and enthusiasm to help our bonspiels and throughout the club. Congrats, Lisa!
Persinger rink wins 2018 Men’s National Championship title and will represent US at World Curling Championships in Las Vegas at end of this month
By CASEY MARTIN • MAR 6, 2018
The Winter Olympics are over — but there's good news for curling fans. You don't have to wait four years to enjoy more thrilling curling action.
The Granite Curling Club in Seattle's Bitter Lake neighborhood hosts league play and will teach you how to throw stones, sweep and score like the pros.
But there is a learning curve.
“When you watch it, it looks really easy," said Jessica Schultz, an instructor at Granite Curling. "And then you come out and try it and you’re like — oh, that’s a lot harder than I thought it was."
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