Upcoming Events

Established in 1958, the San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club is the oldest arena curling club in the United States. SFBACC is a nationally-recognized leader in curling development, providing learning opportunities, youth scholarships, competitive development, recreational leagues, corporate and private events, and more. We have already taught thousands of Bay Area residents to curl in 2014. Now, we are raising funds to build a dedicated curling center right here in the Bay Area so that we can take these programs to the next level. Will you join us?

Golden Gate Bonspiel a great success

The Golden Gate Bonspiel was held over Memorial Day weekend and was a great success. Twenty-eight teams participated with teams coming as far as Ontario and the Yukon. Congratulations to the Granite Busters for winning the A event. Complete results can be found here.

SFBACC on NBC - Tuesday, April 13 Class and Clinic Featured

NBC thinks our post-Olympic success is a big deal!
NBC photo gallery
More photos in our gallery

SFBACC Elections

Thank you to everyone who ran and who voted, and a huge thank you to all our out-going officers.

Board of Directors 2010-2011
President, Brent Halpenny
Vice President, Nikki Larrabure
Secretary/Treasurer, Gabrielle Coleman
At-Large, Brian Zaitz
At-Large, Wesley Seeger
At-Large, Davinna Ohlson
At-Large, Thomas Vogelsang

Other contacts worth knowing: current as of 4/2/10, but likely to change slightly this summer

Learn-to-Curl Clinics:
- San Jose: Kelly Bloom
- Fremont: Michael Young
- Oakland: (soon will be) David Nakama, currently Colleen Buyers

All-SFBACC Team Finishes 5th at Mixed National Championships

Team Sieg (Lyle Sieg, Gabrielle Coleman, Barry Ivy and Candace Seip) finished 5th at the US Mixed National Championships in Chicago. The team would like to thank club members for all the supportive emails and texts!

California Ladies at National Championships

Congrats to the first California-majority US Women's National Championships curling team! Team Coleman (Gabrielle Coleman, Ann Drummie (Potomac), JoDee Dike-Johnson, Karen Officer) finished with a 3-6 record. The ladies also finished 2nd in the Draw Shot Challenge and Gabrielle Coleman was the women's recipient of the Ann Brown Sportsmanship Award.

Welcome (First) Class of 2010

First San Jose Olympic Learn-to-Curl Last Night

Thank you to all our participants and volunteers who joined us last night. You were a great group and we hope you'll join us for lessons and leagues! more photos coming in the next couple of weeks

NBC = Nothing But Curling!

Thank you to the whole NBC team, and especially reporter, Kris Sanchez, and photographer, Allan Waples, who joined us this morning. And a huge, huge thank you to our volunteers! (We're still looking for folks for next Friday's live shot.... )

Today is the first day of curling at the Olympics. Go Team USA!

San Francisco Demo and NBC TV Appearance

NBC reporter, Monte Francis, puts down his mic and tries curling during an Olympic sampler demo in San Francisco. This was the club's first time curling at the Yerba Buena rink. more photos

Winter Mini-League Winners

Congrats to winter mini-league winners, Team Seig, and close runners-up, Team Vogelsang. Team Sieg: Lyle Sieg, Barry Ivy, Candace Seip and Paul Dion. Team Vogelsang: Thomas Vogelsang, Steve Bollinger, Stefan Buettcher and Kelly Bloom.