We need your help!
There are a number of volunteer opportunities available at the Club. Please read on for more information and reach out to the Club office if you have any questions.
Club Secretary Wanted
Please consider volunteering with the Club's Board of Directors! The board is currently seeking volunteers for director positions starting June 2021. In particular, we are looking for a Secretary to help manage the Board's affairs. The Secretary is a member of the Executive Committee and supports the Board with administrative items, including meetings, minutes and bylaw amendments. The Secretary position is a 4-year term.
Contact the club's Vice President, James Francolini (james.f@
The Club is looking for a Bingo Volunteer Coordinator and Bingo Volunteers. The Club receives funding from Ontario Lottery and Gaming in exchange for providing volunteer support at the Delta Bingo in Oakville. The funding helps to fund our Youth programs and other youth-related purchases.
The Club's Annual General Meeting is happening on Wednesday, June 23rd. Notice of the meeting and meeting materials will be communicated by no later than June 9th.
The AGM will be conducted via Zoom Webinar. Please stay tuned for more information.
During the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Club is closed.
Emails are monitored on a regular basis. Voicemails are not checked regularly.
Please contact the Club's General Manager, Chris Wai, by email to coordinate a phone or video meeting in advance.
Have an enjoyable and safe off-season!
Registration for 2021 Summer League is OPEN!
**NEW REGISTRATION PROCESS** - All players must create an OCC web account and register/pay individually.
In light of some recent good news about vaccination progress in the province, we are opening Summer League registration in order to determine whether there is enough demand to reopen in August. The Club will assess the possibility of reopening for Summer League based on public health guidelines, vaccination progress, and reopening progress in the province. At a minimum, we require the following to reopen:
- The Province must be in Step 3 of reopening and allow for indoor recreational activities
- Minimum 50-person indoor gathering limit
- There must be significant progress on the 2nd dose rollout
- All leagues must be 80% full by July 1st
- Restrictions on international travel must be significantly reduced or eliminated in order to allow for other parallel club activities to occur
At this time, we are not taking payments for Summer League registrations. Your registration will act as a placeholder and notice of intent to participate in Summer League if and/or when the Board makes the decision to open the Club. Please review the possible restrictions below to determine your comfort level with playing. These are the restrictions that we expect will be in place for Summer League. If you are uncomfortable playing under any of these restrictions, please hold off on registering until we can confirm how exactly the season will look.
- Masks may be mandatory, regardless of your vaccination status. Not all participants will have the opportunity to be fully vaccinated (i.e. 2 doses) by the time we start curling, so for the health of others, all participants will be required to wear a mask at all times while in the Club. Failure to comply will result in the team’s immediate removal from Summer League without refund.
- We are currently operating under the assumption that the gathering limit for indoor facilities will be no higher than 50 people. As such, games will be subject to a strict time limit of 2 hours so that we can create gaps between draws. Players will be required to vacate the Club within 15 minutes after their game in order to allow for players on the next draw to enter the Club without any overlap between groups.
- Because games will be subject to a strict time limit, there will be no cash payouts as some games may be cut short of the full 8 ends. If you previously played in a competitive, cash league, you will see a decrease in fees because of this change.
- We expect that the bar will be closed, but are working on solutions for you to gather at local restaurants and pubs to enjoy some post-game socializing, should public health restrictions allow for that.
Registration for the 2021 Summer League is open!
Curling is a unique sport that requires both skill and strategy. It is often referred to as chess on ice. It is a lifelong sport that can be learned at any age. Whether playing in a fun league or in a competitive ladder the emphasis is always on sportsmanship and fair play. Being a social sport by nature, it is not uncommon for teams to socialize off the ice where lasting friendships are often made.
The Oakville Curling Club is committed to the development and continued growth of the fantastic sport of Curling... and we want to teach you how to play!
For the 2019/20 Season, we have prepared a series of Learn to Curl (L2C) programs to get you into the swing of this great Canadian sport.
You do not need to be a member of OCC to participate.
Fall in love with Curling at our house this winter! Space is limited, register today!
Learn to Curl is over for the current season