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Want to try curling? Head to the Mayfield Curling Club

Mayfield Curling Club gives would-be curlers a chance to try the sport.
Thanks to Bob Bellamy and Joel Appel for inviting us out to the Mayfield Curling Club. We had a great time. But don't take our word for it. You can give curling a try too!

SOUTH EUCLID -- Have you watched curling at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi and wanted to give it a try?

The Mayfield Curling Club is holding two Open Houses this March. The first is on March 3rd from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. The second will take place on Saturday March 15th from 2:00 to 4:30 pm. Reservations are required.

Established in 1962, MCC is located on the Mayfield Campus of theMayfield Sand Ridge Club.

MCC is an active club with dedicated ice and is part of the Great Lakes Curling Association and participates fully in all United States Curling Association programs.

Check out the Mayfield Curling Club website

The MCC runs weekly in-house leagues in Women's, Men's, Mixed, and Junior Curling. It also has curling clinics held throughout the year.

Mayfield curlers travel around the world to play in competitive bonspiels and it hosts yearly bonspiels, which draw teams from across the country and Canada.

The sport of curling was developed in the farm fields of Scotland during the 16th century. Curling most recently rejoined the Olympic games in 1998.

It is one of only four winter Olympic events not determined outdoors.

Curling teams consist of four members who deliver two rocks, or stones across the curling rink. This is done alternately with the opponent's player at the same position.

When all 16 rocks have been delivered, the score of that end is determined. For each stone that is closer to the center of the scoring area than any of the opponent's one point is scored. When ten of these ends have been completed, a winner is determined.

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