Registration for the 2019-2020 curling season

All registration and draw selection for the start of the 2019-2020 season will be done online.

1. As a returning Member from last season, you can register online: simply log in to your account on the HOME page, check your personal information, and select your registration details and payment type.
Your Username and Password will be sent to you by email late August 2019.


2. If you were a member of RCC in prior years (but not last season), a Username and Password will not be automatically sent to you.
Please send an email to to request your Username and Password.


3. If you are joining the Richmond Curling Club as a first-time member, please click on "Create A Member Account"
on the HOME page below the login and proceed with instructions.
IMPORTANT - If you have been a member of RCC before, do not pick option 3. Instead, pick option 1 or 2 above.


4. If you are looking to register returning kids in the Youth Programs:
select "Sign in as PARENT/GUARDIAN" on the HOME page, then login and proceed with instructions.
Username and Password for the Parent/Guardian account will be sent to you by email late August 2019.


5. If you are looking to register first-time-members in the Youth Programs:
click on "Create A Parent Account" on the HOME page below the login and proceed with instructions.


6. If you do not have online access, or are having difficulties with one of the above options, do not worry!.
You can email Guy at and he will help you with online registration.


7. If all else fails, limited online registration will be available at the Welcome Weekend as shown below.

Welcome Weekend for the 2019-2020 curling season: at the Richmond Curling Club, 6117 Perth St, Richmond (Ottawa), Ontario.

Friday      September 27, 2019    6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Saturday September 28, 2019    10:00 am to noon.

Please join us at Welcome Weekend:
- enjoy the company, have a drink and snacks, join the conversation.
- check the draw list and ensure you are properly registered for your curling draws.
- an opportunity for your questions and comments to the RCC Board members.
- if required, you can get help with online registration

Enjoying the Club

    Members are invited to utilize the services of the club to the fullest extent possible.  Members’ guests are welcome to watch the curling activity and participate in the many social events that are ongoing in the club. The Richmond Curling Club has been operated entirely by its members since it was established in 1960: we are a non-profit organization. Many people helping out allows for greater input into your club and less work for all. So please feel free to volunteer and lend your expertise to the club. It is a great way to get to know people. You can find out more about volunteer opportunities that may interest you in the Volunteering section of this website.

Weekly curling events include both Draw (register as individual) curling and Fixed (register as team) curling.

    Draw curling offers an excellent introduction if you are new to curling, and it’s a great way to meet members as teams are formed on a 4-5 week basis from the list of members who sign up.

    Teams for Fixed competition are established at the start of the year.  Teams may be entered as a complete entity or individuals may submit their names to the Draw Master who will match then up with other individuals looking to form a team.

Privacy Policy

  When you provide information through the Richmond Curling Club, your personal information (including name, mailing address, phone number and email address) is automatically added to an internal database.

  All information is stored securely and access is limited to authorized persons. Your contact information will not be tracked, sold or used for any other purpose.

  Please be assured that we take your concerns about privacy quite seriously, and we intend to take every reasonable effort to protect it. For questions, comments or to review your information, please contact us.