Reopening Plans 2021-2022
START DATE – Monday, October 11th, 2021
We are excited to be returning to curling this season. The Board of Directors is dedicated
to making this season safe for all our members. There are a few changes for this upcoming
curling season based on recommendations from Curl Canada, Curl Manitoba and our Regional
- ALL CURLERS will need to be double vaccinated in order to curl this year! Your vaccination
card or QR code will be checked ( plus ID if necessary ) and your name checked off on a sheet.
No other info will be retained by Riverview Curling Club.
- All curlers must sign the liability waiver and declaration of compliance forms, those who did so last year will be exempt from this process this year.
- Masks are mandatory to enter the club room and must be worn at all times while in the club room
plus in the locker rooms. Locker rooms can be accessed this year!
- Tables will be set up for curlers to use, you can remove masks at the tables if having coffee or
snacks but please replace masks when up walking about the clubroom. Masks May be removed
on the ice while curling.
- You must don your masks after curling before re-entering the clubroom.
Social distancing is to be maintained when possible.
- Practise good hand hygiene by sanitizing when you enter the club plus before you go on to the
- Spectators will be allowed at 50% of the spectator capacity of the clubroom. All spectators must be double vaccinated and will be checked by the ice makers. Spectators are to maintain social distancing and sanitize upon entering the facility.
- The canteen will be open.
- Broom holders will not be available this year.
- Scoreboards may be used, ice makers will sanitize numbers after each game.
- Enter and leave the clubroom by following designated signage.
- Water dispensers will be removed again this year. You may bring in your own water and have it
on the ice surface.
- Bonspiels will be as per Provincial Health guidelines.
If you are sick stay home, follow Covid 19 reporting rules which will be posted at the rink. If you become sick, notify your skip who in turn must notify the rink manager!