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Registration

If you're interested in curling in our new curling center, please download page 1 and page 2 of the registration form, fill it out and mail it with your payment to the following address:

    Curling des Collines
    104 Old Chelsea Road
    Chelsea Qc J9B 1J3

NOTE:
The membership fees, the choice of leagues and the terms of payment are described on the registration form. 

Schedule

To help you with your choices, we have prepared an interim schedule which includes all the leagues and training programs.

Annual membership fees (including taxes and Curling Québec association fees)

The following are the annual membership fees for the 2019-2020 season.

Training programs (8 weeks)  
Igloo 1 & 2 (age 6 to 12) $75 - 1.5 hours per week
Curling 101 (adults) $160 - 2 hours per week ($100 for those who have also registered in a full season league)
   
Curling season  
Juniors & school leagues – 22 weeks $175 - 2 hours per week
Adults – 24 weeks $375 - 1 league of a two-hour game
  $560 - 2 leagues
  $730 - 3 leagues
Sturling and mixed doubles – 24 weeks $275 – full season
Supporting member $35 (non-playing member, access to facility including hall reservations)
Associate $155 (Québec residents not affiliated with any Québec club who plan to enter a provincial tournament)
Non member spare $15 per game

Benefits for members

The Curling des Collines members have many benefits compared to the Rental Leagues and the public demands. You can view these benefits by clicking on this document.

Association leagues

Costs will vary depending upon availability of ice time, time of day, number of weeks, number of sheets etc. with an expectation of a price between $15 and $20 per player per game.

Volunteers

In the first (and possibly second) year of operation we will need to use volunteers to help us out with some of the duties (i.e. cleaning, ice preparation, food/beverage services, etc.) so that we can build up a reserve fund before we hire all the staff.

Equipment

The curling centre provides the stones, brooms, sliders, and cue sticks. You need to wear warm, loose-fitting clothes and a pair of clean, flat, rubber-soled shoes (i.e. running shoes). For your safety, we recommend wearing curling shoes and protective head gear.