The Port Moody Curling Club (PMCC) is a non-profit incorporated society, S-0060599, representing curlers at the Pacific Coast Terminals Curling Centre, within the Port Moody Recreation Complex. It was founded in 1975 with Norm Sherling as its first President. The Club is a community oriented organisation with specific emphasis on social curling.
The Club is located in beautiful Port Moody at the east end of scenic Vancouver Harbour. The rink is at 300 Ioco Road next to City Hall and the Library. The modern facility features an upstairs viewing lounge (The Ice House Lounge) which overlooks six sheets of ice.
With the addition of new members, many from the Coquitlam Curling Club, the PMCC has around 650 members and is always looking to increase this.
The Club encourages curling at all levels of interest and skill, and serves the Tri-Cities area with Mixed, Seniors, Men's and Junior leagues. New members and beginners are always welcome. There is a One Day Learn to Curl Clinic instruction session, held before the start of each season, from which beginners can be integrated into leagues. The Club also hosts a variety of bonspiels throughout each season.
In 2002, the Club's rocks were re-surfaced with a new porcelain base in order to help extend their lifespan. And in 2003, with assistance from the City of Port Moody, the Club acquired a Nipper and a Scraper.
In 2010, the Club's rocks were flipped to run on the granite side. The porcelain part is now on the top.
In 2012, the City of Port Moody reconditioned the granite side of the rocks.
In 2013, the Club received a $26,240 Community Gaming Grant and we acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.
2014-15 Season, 335 Members (299 Adult & 36 Juniors), 512 School Participants, 104 City Run Participants, 184 Private Participants
2017-18 Season, 650 Members, welcoming members of the Coquitlam Curling Club to our join PMCC