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Mayflower Day Ladies

The Mayflower Day Ladies are not just a group of women who curl on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.  They are an eclectic, energetic group with a wide range of ages and backgrounds.

To be a member of the Mayflower Day Ladies is to be part of a very active social scene. We open our season with a luncheon and hold several social events throughout the year…all involving food, fun and fellowship! Enjoy our Hallowe'en party complete with costumes, a Christmas luncheon of wonderful holiday food, a Valentines Potluck and St. Patrick’s Day festivities with Irish Coffee. Around Christmas we have a fundraising bake and book sale and provide support for Adsum House. We close out the season with presentations to our trophy winners at our closing AGM and luncheon.

Every Tuesday and Thursday morning after curling we retire to the comfortable Meyers Lounge to enjoy coffee and treats.  Each member takes a turn at providing snacks for these coffee socials.  It’s a wonderful atmosphere with a great group of welcoming women.  Some are new to curling and others have been playing for decades.   For new curlers, we offer free clinics on a semi-regular basis, where one of our veteran curlers will help you improve your game. 

If you are already a member of  the Mayflower and curl at night, you might consider joining the Day Ladies . You could sign up as a spare if you don’t want to commit for a specific day. Just think of the fun you’re missing. Come out and give it a try!

For more information contact Carm Bailey or Jackie Spry (curling  co-chairs) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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3000 Monaghan Drive
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
B3K 2V9

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Founded in 1905, the Mayflower Curling Club is a landmark in Halifax's rich history. In 1912 the ice shed was used as a morgue for victims of the infamous Titanic sinking, and just five years later the club was destroyed in the devastating Halifax explosion. The Mayflower, which houses six sheets of ice for leagues of all levels, is one of the most well-known clubs in Canada. We embrace all levels of curling from beginners to competitive and we hope to see you on the ice soon.