Registration for the 2020 – 2021 season at the Invermere District Curling Club is now open.
We are using the Curling Canada I/O system to register this year, thus minimizing the need for a face to face registration process. We are confident that you will find it both quick and easy. To access the I/O registration site, you can click on the following link:
or you can access the I/O system through the Curling Canada website and use the search tool to locate our Club’s registration page; or you can just Google “curling I/O” and use the search tool to locate our Club’s registration page;
Here are a few things to note:
- all leagues are priced the same ($220) but assuming you have set up your profile correctly, the system will all automatically apply the appropriate discounts ( eg: senior, master, two league, three league [unlimited]) [For any of you who do not “do” electronic registrations and payments, please feel free to email to: firstname.lastname@example.org providing your telephone number and indicating one or two convenient time slots for you to take a call. We can either walk you through the process on your own computer, or assist you by setting up a profile for you using our computer and entering your desired registrations. Doug will get back to you via email to confirm a specific time within your preferred time slot to give you a call.]
- we have a new category this year -“Rover”-. This is for anyone who wants to only spare. We have created this category in order to ensure the Club has a record of all of the people curling this season. The total fee for a Rover is $42, which includes the Curling Canada and Curl BC affiliation fees which total $21. For this $42 fee, the Rover is entitled to up to 4 games of sparing. If a Rover exceeds 4 games during the season, he or she is asked to deposit $5 per game in the honour box. To register as a Rover, please click the “Products” button and choose the “Rover” product.
- when you set up your profile you will be prompted to read and accept two rather legalistic documents; a waiver of liability, and a Covid specific acknowledgment. These documents have been recommended and provided by curling’s governing bodies, and have been adopted by the Board of the Invermere District Curling Club Society as mandatory prerequisites to participation in curling in the Covid-19 affected season.
- It is not mandatory to pay electronically on the I/O site (but it is convenient); if you prefer to pay via cheque or cash, you can select that payment option on the I/O site and deliver your payment to the Club Manager on or before your first draw. • The convenor for the league or leagues you register for will be in touch with you to deal with details of teams and scheduling for the first draw. • Finally, a note regarding bar and lounge operations. The Club is subject to the Order of the Provincial Health Officer relating to the operations of Food and Liquor Serving Premises. As the order currently stands, the Club will not be able to serve liquor after 10 pm, and all liquor must be consumed by 11 pm.
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