In House Events
For Philadelphia members only
Put-in-the-Plug (Open) - October
If we ended the season by pulling the plug, we need to put it back in to start another. This is our seasonal kick-off event where the ice is finally ready and it is time to curl!
Family Bonspiel (Open) - December
Our annual members-only Family Bonspiel is held during the Christmas break between Christmas and New Years. The bonspiel is an open format bonspiel with teams made of parents, children, family and friends. There is no sign-up sheet for the event, as members generally organize the event with whomever is available during the break in the season.
Silver Mushroom (Mixed-ish) - February
Our annual members-only in-house bonspiel is held the first weekend of February. Generally, sixteen to twenty teams compete. Competition runs from Thursday through Sunday. There are social activities that go along with it, so make sure to sign-up for the Mushroom Bonspiel and prepare to have a great time.
All-American (Ladies) - January
Our lady members conduct the All-American competition every year during the winter draw. The annual competition is a national event which is part of the USWCA. All lady members are automatically a part of the competition.
Past Presidents (Men) - February
Teams face off in an elimination bracket to determine who gets to play a team comprised of past club presidents. This event is all about bragging rights!
Club Championships (Ladies & Men) - March
The Ladies and Men's club championships are completed during the last half of March. Check your mailboxes and the member boards at the club for when your team plays.
Pull-the-Plug (Open) - March
Our members-only closing bonspiel is affectionately called The Pull-the-Plug Bonspiel. The Pull-the-Plug Bonspiel occurs during the last weekend of March. The event is open to any member of the club and is a great way to end the curling season.
Curl-a-thon (Open) - April
This special fundraising event helps Jeff Harris (a PCC member) pay for uninsured medical, maintenance, and other extraordinary expenses associated with his spinal cord injury which rendered him a quadriplegic. See more >>