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Covid Protocols 2021/2022


Newsletter of the Port Elgin Curling Club


 The curling season has arrived and members will be on the ice Monday as the games begin.  We are very pleased to welcome many new members to our club. Our Learn to Curl program is full and participants have already completed their first week.  Junior Curling is active again this season and that program is full. We are all ready to get out on our new ice surface, meet new members, get reacquainted with former members and have a fun time while we enjoy the great game of curling.


  • ALL players must show proof of “double” vaccination prior to their first game.
  • Check into the club with your club providedQRL code or sign the check-in sheet upon entering. If you do not have a club QRL code, information will be available about how to get one.
  • Masks must be worn in the club when you are not seated.
  • Masks can be removed on ice.Please maintain proper physical distancing as much as possible.
  • Two sweepers are allowed but not required this season. If there are two sweepers, both sweepers must wear a mask while sweeping.If there is one sweeper, a mask is not required but recommended. Team members can make this decision based on their comfort level of proximity to each other while sweeping.
  • Skips can sweep rocks in the house after they cross the t-line. (No jokes about skips “sweeping” until after the game)
  • Locker rooms remain closed.Come to the club wearing your curling clothes. Change into your curling shoes in the lounge area and please maintain physical distancing.
  • Maximum of 4 people at a table.
  • One volunteer only behind the bar to serve all curlers. If the first bar volunteer has to leave the club, another volunteer can step in as a replacement.
  • Spray and clean tables and chairs when you are leaving.

The COVID pandemic has been an exhaustive experience for all of us.  Let’s hang in there a bit longer. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.  Our protocols are in place to protect our members and our community.  Let’s remember to enjoy curling and social time with our friends. 


Upcoming Events

29 Jan 2022;
01:00PM - 04:00PM
Tankard Preparations - Bartender Training Session
29 Jan 2022;
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Tankard Volunteer Clothing Pick-Up
09 Feb 2022;
2022 Ontario Tankard
15 Apr 2022;
03:00PM - 11:59PM
Tentative Rental (B Welsh)

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Port Elgin Curling Club
818 Gustavus Street
Port Elgin, Ontario N0H 2C4

General Enquiries: (519) 832-2761

Interested in curling: (519) 386-2323


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About The Club

Port Elgin Curling Club, founded in 1907, has a long history in Port Elgin. PECC is proud to offer a safe and fun curling experience for all.  We welcome all skill levels to come out and enjoy curling.