We have postponed our season until January 1, 2021 while we await good news from the BC government. This delay in having to make a decision on cancelling the remainder of the season has been made possible with the cooperation of the RDEK. Recognizing the difficult position that the Covid shut down has placed us in, RDEK has agreed to waive its charges for refrigerant for the month of December, allowing us to keep the ice in a little longer in the hope that the Covid situation will change for the better. This accommodation by RDEK has a value of around $4,500.00. We are most appreciative.
On or about the end of December you will receive another update. The board will assess the Covid situation at that point. If it appears that there is some reasonable possibility of the Provincial Health Officer’s close down order being lifted in the foreseeable future so as to make resumption of our season feasible, we may keep the ice in a little longer. On the other hand, if the outlook is not promising, the decision will be to close the rink and take the ice out. At that point we would be organizing a refund to members.
Hoping for lower numbers
The Invermere District Curling Centre provides a welcoming, affordable environment for people of all ages and abilities to build friendships, sportsmanship and skill development through the sport of curling. The Centre operates as a year-round facility responsive to the needs of the community