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Egg Farmers’ Rocks & Rings

Egg Farmers’ Rocks & Rings, presented by Curling Canada, is a program designed to visit elementary schools for a full school day.

logo-egg-farmers-rocks-ringsThe Rocks & Rings program takes over the gym, with classes taking turns visiting for 40-minute sessions of fun and instruction.

The program is also available to after-school programs and day camps, as long as they are being held in a compatible facility.

Watch a video of how an Egg Farmers’ Rocks & Rings program looks like in a school setting:

Various games, relays and team-building activities are used to introduce students to the sport of curling. It is a highly interactive program with the emphasis on fun.

At the end, each participating child receives their own Rocks & Rings Graduation Certificate that they can share and discuss with their parents. The certificate can be used as a “coupon”, providing discounts for curling at your local curling facility.

The best part is the cost. At only $195 per day, it is an incredibly affordable curriculum-based program. Please note the program fee does not include mileage or any additional expenses for the instructor.

How do we request a booking?

Fill out the online Rocks & Rings Booking Form.

Is the program available in my area?

The program is available in many areas in BC, but not all. If your school is in one of the following school districts, the program is available to you:

  • #8: Kootenay Lake (Nelson)
  • #22: Vernon
  • #23: Central Okanagan
  • #27: Cariboo-Chilcotin (Williams Lake)
  • #33: Chilliwack
  • #34-45: Metro Vancouver region
  • #48: Sea to Sky
  • #58: Nicola-Similkameen
  • #61-63: Greater Victoria Regional District
  • #64: Gulf Islands (upon request, additional fee applies)
  • #67: Penticton Summerland, Naramata
  • #68-69: Nanaimo-Ladysmith, Parksville-Qualicum Beach
  • #71: Comox Valley
  • #72: Campbell River
  • #73-74: Kamloops, Logan Lake, Lillooet, Gold Trail
  • #75: Mission
  • #79: Cowichan Valley
  • #82: Coast Mountains (Terrace & area)

For more general information about Rocks & Rings, visit rocksandrings.com.


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