About Plainfield Curling Club
Founded in 1963, the Plainfield Curling Club (PCC) is the only curling club in New Jersey with its own dedicated ice facility. Our club was planned, designed, financed, and literally built by the membership. We’re a not-for-profit organization that’s owned by our members and operates on the hard work and volunteerism of our members. We love our club and hope you do too.
Our curling season runs from October to April with 9 weeknight and weekend leagues for our members to curl in. We also host 9 annual bonspiels (curling tournaments/parties) over the course of the season.
Plainfield Curling Club is located off Exit 4 of Route 287 in South Plainfield, NJ. We’re less than a 10 minute cab ride from either the Metuchen or Edison train stations on NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor line. Also, you can ask Google how to get here.
The PCC Board
PCC is governed by a 9-person Board of Directors, from which our President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary are elected. Board members are nominated and voted on by the general membership of the club.
Committees: Communications, Website & Streaming
Bret and his wife Colleen joined the club in 2014, not because of the Olympics that year, but because of family members in New Hampshire urging him to try curling for quite some time. In 2016, he completed the Level 1 Instructor Certification and took the helm as organizer of The Curling Experience program. Bret has also assisted with all of the Open House events since becoming a member, as well as designed and managed fundraising shirts and merchandising. You can find Bret on the ice in the Saturday night league.
Committees: Membership, The Curling Experience & Group Outings, Advertising & Media Relations
Committees: Ice; Regulatory Compliance & Insurance
Committees: Training & Learn to Curl, Juniors Program
Committees: Building & Grounds, Bar, Kitchen & Warm Room