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Kawartha Senior Men’s Curling League

Every week during the curling season, LCC hosts and/or attends Interclub "Friendlies" - games in which three Senior Men's teams from LCC compete with teams from other regional clubs. The league was started in 1981, [...]

Meet our Web Master

We're pleased to let you all know that Jen Wilson, who curls at the Lakefield Club, has been very busy looking after the club's website, most recently posting League schedules, team rosters and game details. [...]

A Great LCC Tradition Continues

What do LCC, Christmas and the Lakefield Food Bank have in common? Right! Each year we support The Lakefield Food Bank with donations of non-perishable food and family items, and money, to help over 75 [...]

Learn to Curl is a Smash!

The LCC Learn to Curl program, which runs on 8 Sunday Mornings from October through November, has now attained smash hit status! With four or five additions again last week, the program is now working [...]

Someone you know?

The LCC Board of Directors works quietly behind the scenes (most of the time!) making sure the facility functions well, our Leagues are supported, the Community knows we’re here, and the Club operates in financial [...]

Wearing the Club Colours

Green, black, white – contemporary, or the classic look…   Chris Davies, our Social and Fundraising Director, has his couturier hat on and wants to put you into fresh new curling apparel this season. Chris has [...]

Senior Men’s League has openings

You're in luck! LCC's Senior Men's League has a few openings for interested curlers on Mondays and Fridays. Both current members who might be registered in other leagues, and new curlers who might not have [...]

Mike Moloney Recognized for Volunteer Work

Mike Moloney, who coaches and guides our Junior curlers and also works with our Learn to Curl participants has received an Ontario Curling Association Volunteer Recognition Award for his work with our Juniors. Tom Sayer, [...]