Beginning off our final season at the Mayfield Country Club.
Beginning off our final season at the Mayfield Country Club.

Since 1962, the Mayfield Curling Club has brought people together from across the globe to participate in a sport with a long tradition of camaraderie and friendship. Over the years, Mayfield has been the winter home for hundreds of curlers. Please support us as we transition to a new home!

We are building a new location to ensure future generations can be a part of the curling community. Your support will keep the tradition alive in Northeast Ohio. Plans include a 4-sheet curling facility, with a full bar and kitchen, spacious viewing area and locker rooms. It will no longer be the quaint curling shed you’ve loved for so many years, but the tradition of broomstacking and bonspiels will continue.

Floor plans for the new Mayfield Curling Club.
Floor plans for the new Mayfield Curling Club.

We have received all approvals to proceed with the facility by local authorities and construction is underway at 23103 Miles Road in Cleveland.

Demolition is complete –

Electrical is roughed in –

All interior walls are laid out and dimensions confirmed. Even more exciting is that our state-of-the-art ISS Ice System has shipped from Germany!

ISS Ice System shipping to Cleveland, OH
ISS Ice System shipping to Cleveland, OH

Our vision is to offer exceptional curling and social opportunities in a high-quality facility for years to come. Plans include:

  1. Olympic quality ice system, ISS
  2. Expanded warm room to host more amazing bonspiels
  3. Outreach opportunities to expand Junior programming and develop a new Adaptive program

Please join us in the next exciting chapter by supporting curling in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio by donating on PayPal* or sending checks payable to Northeast Ohio Curling Club to 3648 Elm Brook Dr., Broadview Heights, OH 44147.

*PayPal deducts 2.2% + $0.30 for each transaction.

Mayfield Curling Club is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and any donation may be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. In addition, the CARES Act includes a one-time deduction (in 2020) of up to $300 for gifts made to charitable organizations for individuals who do not itemize their deductions.

Thank you and good curling!

Check out our progress here:

Mayfield Curling Club, Warrensville Heights, OH