Due to the current environment with COVID, the Board of Directors have elected to officially cancel the 2020-2021 season to ensure the safety of all potential curlers. The Board looked at many possibilties to make it viable to have a curling season. Based on the responses from the member survey the majority of the members that were not going to curl this season, even if there would be as season. It also was not going to be economically feasible option to cover all costs of the season with the limited amount of curlers who stated they would curl.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Lodi Curling Club

  • Welcome
  • Our History

Welcome to the Lodi Curling Club

The club was founded in 1880, and has been at its current location in Lodi, Wisconsin since 1949. The club is a two sheet facility, which was renovated in 2007 with a warm viewing room, kitchen area, and a locker room. The facility is entirely run by the volunteer efforts of our members, including making and maintaining the ice, ensuring that the building is in shape, hosting various bonspiels, and recruiting new members.

Our curling season usually starts around late November and continues till the end of March. The club has nightly leagues during the week.

Our History

Curling is believed to have started in Lodi in the 1860′s, but on Tuesday December 14, 1880 a group of men met in downtown Lodi to organize a "curlers club". Those present, elected J.O. Eaton as President, J.F. Collin as Secretary, and J.W. Watson, Treasurer. Mr. James Wilson moved that a curling club be organized, with two "rinks" or teams. and that the club be called the "Lodi Curling Club". The motion passed and thus the Lodi Curling Club came to be.

In 1892, the Lodi Curling club, along with Portage, Arlington, Cambria and Poynette, became one of the eight founding members of the Northwestern Curling Association of America.

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Leagues

  • Monday Mens Dinner League +

    Monday Dinner League 4:30 draw, 5 teams (1 team cooks, 4 teams play)
  • Tuesday Men's League +

    Tuesday Men's League 6:15 & 8:15 draws
  • Wednesday Open League +

    Wednesday Open League 6:15 & 8:15 draws playing 8 ends
  • Thursday Men's League +

    Thursday Men's League 6:15 & 8:15 draws
  • Friday Open League +

    Friday Open League 6:30 & 8:15 draws playing 6 ends
  • High School League +

    High School League Games start at 3:45 pm and are located at different curling facilities each week.
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