Meet Our Associates

Prairie Lily Curling League

The Prairie Lily Curling League is a non-profit organization aimed at providing a safe space for LGBTQ2S+ members and their allies to enjoy the sport of curling.

Curl Regina

Curl Regina is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of curling in the City of Regina. Supporting its member clubs, Curl Regina promotes the development of curling for all levels and ages of curlers in the Queen City.

Curl Saskatoon

Saskatoon people, families and community benefit from a vibrant curling culture in our city. Curl Saskatoon has 4 member clubs around the city. Come on Saskatoon… let’s curl!

Curl Moose Jaw

The Curl Moose Jaw mandate is to promote and develop youth curling and adult curling in Moose Jaw, assist in capital improvements and equipment purchases for the Moose Jaw Curling Centre, to provide the funding requirements for hosting future affiliated events.

Saskatchewan Lions Club

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed, in our communities and around the world, with unmatched integrity and energy.

SK Fire Fighters Curling Association

Formed in 1961, the SFFCA is affiliated with the Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Association and has member fire departments throughout Saskatchewan.

SK Blind Sports Association

The Saskatchewan Blind Sports Association is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit organization that facilitates provincial, national, and international sport opportunities for Saskatchewan residents who are blind or partially sighted. Saskatchewan Blind Sports Association was founded in 1978.

Saskatchewan Stick Curling

The use of a curling Delivery Stick is an alternative delivery method for players who may have issues with the traditional curling slide. Delivery Sticks are acceptable in practically all curling games except for competitions that lead to Curling Canada national championships.

Become an Associate Member

Associate memberships are for groups or organizations, other than curling centres involved in the sport of curling.

The Associate Member Fee is $300 per organization and must accompany the Associate member application form. In addition, a $15 per member fee is charged to those individual members, over age 12, of the Associate Member who are not currently player members of an Affiliate Member Centre in the province.

Associate member forms and  lists are due February 1 of current curling season.