Unlimited Curling Membership:
New Member - $320.00
Second Year Member - $370.00
Regular Member - $420.00
Senior Member (60yr+) - $370.00
Junior in Adult Leagues - $200.00
Junior Sunday - $100.00
Limited Curling Membership:
One Night Only Member - $370.00
Afternoon only Member - $320.00
Junior League Member - $100.00
Social Membership - $50.00
Competitor - $50.00
ALTC - $100.00
Pay As You Play (3 times) - $5.00
The club expects adherence and honesty regarding Pay As You Play.
Stretches (off ice)
Skill development (on ice)
Coached mini game (2 ends)
Warming up & Strategy session (off ice)
Coached mini game - a regular game or ‘short games’ (as time permits)
The cost - $100.00 for the season.
Kids playing on adult (evening) leagues & Sunday - $ 200.00 per season
Come prepared for Winter Temperatures. Warm gloves, dress in layers to stay warm. Turtle neck sweaters, sweaters, warm socks. A hat. Hands and feet get cold. There is no wind, but it’s cold enough to keep the ice frozen. No jeans please.
We will be tracking attendance. Please inform the coaches if you know you will be away a given week. Our coaches are volunteers. To ensure the safety of the students, the number of students on a given day determine the number of volunteers required.
The OCA (Ontario Curling Association) has a series of badges to award junior curlers on their development. This year, our plan is to test the curlers on their skill and knowledge when both curler and coach feel they are competent. We hope this eliminates the stress of ‘classroom testing’. There is a short written exam (mainly true-false questions). At that point, badges will be awarded to recognize the accomplishments. Students will not be forced to partake in the badge testing if it is not within their comfort level. Testing is to reward accomplishment, not to discourage them from the sport.
OCA – formal (structured) competition for students 16 years and under, with participation based on coaches discretion for skill level. We will speak with parents and students regarding enrolment when the registration deadlines are approaching. Following strict OCA rules, involvement can lead to a provincial level competition. We will provide more details when registration deadlines are approaching.
Our more experienced Juniors earn high-school volunteer hours assisting with new curlers; guiding, demonstrating & correcting. A win win - students teaching students. Newer curlers look up to and admire their peers.