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Masks will be required to be worn while in the building.  Please pay at the Club by debit, Visa or Mastercard - no cash.

A new registration form has been developed which also contains the recommended waiver which will need to be signed by all members (or parents in the case of a minor).

NEW!  this year, we will also be offering members the option to email their registrations and payment in lieu of coming to the in-person registration events.  To register by email - print, complete, and sign both the registration form and waiver Scan the completed forms and forward to

Payments by e-transfers should be sent to - Security Question:  Our Winter Sport - Answer: Curling.  In the comments area of your e-transfer, please state your name and type of membership(s) you are paying for (i.e. Full memberships - Wilma & Fred Flintstone).  If you plan to use this method, please do so by October 7th, so we can count you in!  NOTE - You can also drop off your registration form and waiver at the Club if paying by e-transfer.

If you are new to the area, or just new to curling, you can become a member at a reduced rate for the first season!! 


We are hoping to run many of the same leagues as we have in the past, and we a have a NEW!  Doubles league (teams of 2 curlers)!  Click here for the leagues schedule. Curlers with no experience are encouraged to sign up for any of our recreational leagues.  We will be offering some "Learn to Curl" clinics and maybe even some refresher clinics at the beginning of the season.  On your registration form, we kindly ask that you indicate which league(s) you are interested in, so we can ensure we have enough curlers to run any particular league.

Safe Curling Protocols:

We have put together a short summary of the key protocols under which we will be operating this season.  Refer to that document here.  As we will be following the Curling Ontario guidelines for curling, please take a minute to watch this great new video on how the new social distancing works on the ice.

We are continuing to look for volunteers and in particular, are hoping to establish a CURLING COMMITTEE, that goes beyond the organization of the leagues.  This Committee will organize and run registration; help prepare the Club for the season; prepare and communicate the social distancing protocol and new curling rules and regular cleaning routines; assist with planning ice making and routine ice maintenance; handle equipment sales; and, organize a few learning and small social events.  This Committee must come together very soon as we have a lot to do between now and November.  Anyone interested in joining the Committee may contact Heather Miner ( or the Club.