Registration and Fee Information
All teams planning to return to the Jasper Place Curling Club will have an opportunity to retain their place in the league in which they participated last year by registering on or before Friday, August 28, 2015, with a deposit of one person’s fees, the equivalent of 1/4 of the team’s fees. Starting on Tuesday, September 1, 2015, teams on the waiting list will be accepted into the leagues. You are welcome to register online or by phone with a credit card, or drop in to the curling club any time in August or September to use debit, or pay with cash or a cheque.
Curling fees have remained the same this year. For individuals registering for an entire 20- game season of curling, the fee is $380+GST. For individuals registering for half a season – October-December, or January-March – the fee for each half of the season will be $200+GST.
- Fees are listed per person. However, they are due based on four players on a team (two players if registering for doubles). If you wish to have more than four players the fee can be pro- rated. If you have only three players, fees for four players are still due.
- Fees may be paid in installments. Arrangements for payments must be made prior to October 1, 2015 in order to qualify for multi-league discounts. Post-dated cheques or credit cards must be supplied prior to the first curling game. Payment plans must be completed by January 1, 2016, and are not available for half-year leagues.
- Discounts: Again, this year we will offer a multi-league discount to anyone registering in more than one league at the JPCC. Prime time leagues will receive a $50 rebate, paid in JP coins. To be eligible to receive your multi league discount, all of your fees must be paid in full prior to November 1, 2014.
- We believe the best advertising for our club is by word of mouth. For each new team brought in to a full-year evening league, the existing team that recruited them will receive $200 in JP coins. Teams can use JP coins anywhere in the club – for drinks, food, pro-shop items, or even curling fees.