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PCC History

The Poynette Curling Club was incorporated in 1875 as the result of an establishment created on private property. The initial membership was an impressive 61 members.

However, before that it is believed that there was curling on Poynette’s lower mill pond starting in the early to mid 1850’s. This was due to the immigration of many families from Scotland beginning around 1840 to Dekorra Township where the unincorporated Village of Poynette was located.

The hearty tradition of curling within Columbia County is not solely because of Poynette. Many clubs within the area also started in the mid to late 1800s such as Arlington, Lodi, Pardeville and Portage. Today, all five clubs, despite being so close in proximity, are thriving and continuing to keep the sport of curling alive and supported within the surrounding area.

The photo below is curling on the Dekorra Mill Pond in the late 1890’s. curling_in_dekorra_mill_pond.jpg

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WI, United States, 53955

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About The Club

The Poynette Curling Club is a 2-sheet dedicated curling ice facility in Poynette, WI near HWY 51 - only 30 minutes north of Madison.

Established in 1875, the Poynette Curling Club carries on its decades-old tradition of providing the public a venue to learn, practice, and compete in the great sport of curling.