We offer a variety of memberships, and we have one that is just right for you too!. You can sign-up as a team or individual.
If you don’t have a team to play on, don’t be concerned. The league organizers will ensure that you get a place on a team. Many of our social leagues are specifically designed to mix up teams every few weeks so that you get a chance to meet, play and socialize with a lot of different people. Our social leagues are also a great way to develop your curling skills. All leagues accept spares and new players throughout the year.
REGISTRATION (Regular, Senior, Youth)
Members can now register online. Members are encouraged to do so. Also there will be no line-ups or masks needed. The registration form and waivers can be filled out online.
Adults please download 1,2 and 3 below and fill them out before you come to the in-person registration. Youth please download 1, 2 and 4 below and fill them out before you come to the in-person registration.
1. 2020-21 Registration Form here
2. Declaration of Compliance here
3. Adult Liability Waiver here
4. Youth Liability Waiver here
A full refund will be granted if a member decides to leave before the member’s first day of curling.
Once league play has begun a 40% refund will be granted if a member decides to leave within the first 10 weeks of curling for a full year membership.
No refund will be given after 10 weeks of play.
If cancellation occurs due to COVID-19, pro-rated refund as determined by the Board.
All requests for refunds must be made to the Membership Director in writing. Exceptional circumstances will be considered by a refund committee comprised of the President, the Membership Director, and the appropriate League Director. The decision of the committee will be clearly communicated to the member and the Treasurer. The member may appeal the decision to the Board. The Board decision shall be final.
Adult Learn to Curl League
Return to Play (RTP) Guidelines
Here (pdf format) are the Guidelines the PCC will be following to begin the season.
CurlCanada RTP guidelines are here (pdf format) for you to read.
CurlON has also produced Return to Play guidelines. Read them here (pdf format).
New to Curling? Here are some useful tips.
|Ice level temperature is approximately 5 Celsius/40 degrees F. It’s best to wear a light jacket or fleece over a warm shirt. Thin flexible gloves are also a great idea. Curling requires a little stretching and you will be more comfortable wearing pants that are stretchy or loose. Jeans are NOT recommended.
|Clean Shoes. The ice needs to be clean, debris from dirty shoes can make the rocks behave erratically and cause damage to the ice. Please bring a separate pair of clean shoes you do not wear outdoors. There is a changing room and lockers downstairs for men and women.|
|The PCC recommends that you wear grippers on both feet while on the ice, except when delivering a rock. Always step on the ice with your gripper foot first.|
|No food or alcohol is allowed on the ice.|
|Please leave the scores on the board at the end of each game.|
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