sad to say - the season is over

sad to say - the season is over
  • it was a fantastic Closing Bonspiel. Take a look at some of the participants above. More pictures are under the Photos tab.
  •  Congratulations to Louise Lance for winning our first Brighton Cup! Louise entered every event possible (she couldn’t find a way to participate in the Bill Dunk Senior Men’s) and came 1st once and placed second twice on the way to amassing 47 points. Despite a Closing Bonspiel push by Otto, Judd and other pursuers Louise couldn’t be caught. Complete standings are in Members Home. Thanks to all who competed in our various Bonspiels.
  • log into Members Home for a recap of the Senior Mens league Fun Day.

Canadian open stick curling championships

  • The 2019 Canadian Open Stick Curling Championship is being held in PEI, hosted by the Cornwall Curling Club from March 31-April 3 2019.
  • Our very own Don and Nancy Sheppard are competing.
  • You can follow on how they are progressing by pressing on this link.
  • For pictures and clips for this event. Just press on the PEI Curling website here.

our rookies know how to have fun

our rookies know how to have fun
Quote from veteran curler Louise Lance: "Today was one of my favourite days of Curling ever—and I didn’t even play! Our rookies are The Best!". Go to the Photos tab for more Rookies Bonspiel pictures.

Hot off the press - 2019 steerspiel winners.......

Photos and names of the winning teams are under the Home page Photos tab.

2nd Annual Swing into Spring - saturday june 1 

Details for this fund-raising Golf tourney 


Welcome to the brighton and district curling club

We are one of the friendliest clubs in the area. If you are visiting Brighton, please drop in during curling hours; visitors are always welcome! If you plan to move to the area, or are already a resident and considering curling, check us out.
Our club features competitive rates, good curling, as well as providing a great opportunity to meet your neighbours. You’ll find a suitable daytime or night-time league no matter what your skills – from beginner to expert! We have men’s, ladies and mixed leagues – and a junior section. In addition, we offer training and workshops for adults and juniors.
Each year our Club sponsors major Bonspiels. More details can be found by clicking on the Club Events tab, which is located at the top of this Home page. Registration information is also available under the same tab. While we can’t guarantee Bonspiel success, we can guarantee competitive curling, fellowship, delicious food, and a good time.
 If you need any more info, try the various tabs on the top of this Home page. You can also provide us with comments or questions by using any of the "Contact Us" mechanisms.


At the Casey Charles Super Seniors Bonspiel on February 16th, the BDCC team of lead, Doug Cheer, second Ian Graham, third Dave Harrison and skip Barry Kant took first place in the early draw event by ¼ point over the Harry Litvin team from the Peterborough Curling Club. Harry, who is perennially in the money in this bonspiel, beat us out for first last year.


BDCC Team Runner-up in the Quinte Bill Riley Bonspiel

In the Saturday February 23rd Bill Riley Seniors Bonspiel, the team of Mike Hawrylow, Stephen Pardy , Dave Harrison and Barry Kant finished as runner-up in the late draw event to the winning Quinte David Livingston team after previously beating the Bob McPherson and Bob Fellows Quinte teams. David was one of the Bill Dunk Memorial Seniors bonspiel winners this year. Meat for the freezer as a 2nd place prize.

Canadian (Scotties, Briar) and World Championships

You can find the TV broadcast schedule HERE



How to Access Latest Member and Club News, and Other Member Functions.

Scroll down to the Member Login area of this home page. Enter your Username and Password, and click on the blue Login button. The Club and Member News pages come up.

After you have browsed the news, hover your cursor over the Member's Home tab. (You'll find it by paging and scrolling up to the very top right-hand side of your screen). You can then do things such as:

  1. change your info and sparing/volunteer preferences
  2. check your game schedules
  3. find a spare
  4. catch up on minutes of meetings
  5. see where you are in the league standings
  6. look-up member phone numbers
  7. start up a new blog or follow an existing blog
  8. send emails to your team or other members

Member's Home is really quite useful. Try it. 



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Upcoming Events at the Club

01 Jun 2019;
Swing into Spring Golf Tourney

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