2021 – 2022 Curling at the CCC


  • The safety of our members, staff and guests is our main priority.
  • CCC will follow the guidelines set out by the local health authority and recommendations made by Curling Canada and Curl BC’s return to Curling guidelines.
  • CCC commits to clear communication to its membership by providing regular updates through social media, email, and the website.

Vaccine Immunization

  • Following the PHO’s announcement on August 24th, 2021, all curlers, visitors, and staff born in 2009 or earlier (12+) will need to show proof of at least one COVID-19 vaccination by September 13, 2021, and full immunization by October 24th, 2021. Proof of vaccination will be demonstrated using the BC vaccine card website in accordance with direction by the PHO or a COVID 19 Immunization Record.
  • As per updated guidance from the PHO, there are no exceptions for curlers, visitors, or staff who are medically exempt from vaccination.

Mask Mandate

  • CCC requires all curlers, visitors, and staff to wear masks in all common areas including the lobby, pro shop, change/locker rooms, washrooms, and lower and upper lounges. When leaving your seat in the lounges, you must wear your mask.
  • Curlers are permitted to remove their mask during on ice play or practice.
  • Curlers are permitted to remove their masks when seated in the lounges.

Physical Distancing

  • CCC strongly recommends curlers physically distance on the ice, and in the lounge areas outside of your regular team.

Waivers, Liability, and Insurance

  • Before the start of the season all curlers, private rentals, and other guests will be required to sign the following:
  • Declaration of Compliance for COVID-19 including vaccination declaration
  • Waiver/Assumption of Risk Form
  • If the above-mentioned forms are not signed, you will be unable to curl at CCC for the 2021/2022 season.

Cleaning Protocols

  • CCC will maintain regular cleaning protocols, including enhanced disinfecting of high touch surfaces.
  • CCC will provide hand sanitizers, wipes and access to soap and paper towels in the washrooms.
  • CCC will provide access to hand sanitizers and sanitizing wipes at various places near the entrance and exit doors, in the lounges and near the playing surfaces.

Curling Equipment

  • CCC will provide rental equipment (brooms and sliders) to those who require them. Used brooms and sliders will be properly disinfected before re-use.
  • Wipes will be provided on each sheet for teams to disinfect curling stone handles before use.

Change Rooms and Washrooms

  • Change/locker rooms will re-open as normal for those who wish to use them. Masks are mandatory in these areas.


  • The upper lounge will re-open.

Playing Guidelines

  • No handshakes are permitted; instead give a friendly wave or broom tap.

COVID-19 Information

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About the Club ...

The Cloverdale Curling Club (formerly known as Valley Curling Club) has been home to the sport of curling in Cloverdale since 1954.

Cloverdale Curling Club is located in the Cloverdale area of the City of Surrey on Highway 15 (176 Street) just north of the Cloverdale Arena.

The club offers a variety of curling leagues for men and women, and youth.

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