Covid-19 Resources

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COVID-19 Self Assessment Checklist
REP Program Overview

REP Protocol:

Under this in-house policy, anyone 18 years and older accessing the Club to play, practice, dine, drink, spectate, or visit will be required to show proof of vaccination,  or documentation of a medical exemption, or a negative test result as per the REP protocol. Anyone 11 years and younger will be exempt from producing proof of vaccination. All those who are 12 and older but under the age of majority will need to show documentation, unless they are participating in youth curling activity. Mask policy will be in effect as per the REP program.

We understand that these new return to play requirements may change your mind about coming to join us this season. Please note that the board’s decision to implement the REP program was due to the inability to host a curling season without it. We want to use this opportunity to promote a safe space for sports as covid has hindered all our physical and mental well being. Our goal is to host a fulfilling season full of activity and laughter, free from the fear of covid related shutdown. With your patience and compliance we can achieve that goal.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Rose City Curling Club for a year of great curling.



Please DO NOT visit the RCCC if you have travelled abroad or have ANY symptoms listed on the Self Assessment Checklist.

The Club’s policies and protocols are subject to change based on ongoing Alberta Health Services’ recommendations and guidelines. Please pay attention to our website, emails, and signage at the Club for further updates.


  • Proof of vaccination has to be shown by those who are over the age of 18 or older to participate. 12 and older to spectate or visit, or participating in an adult activity. If you are not vaccinated a negative test result no older that 72 hours needs to be shown. ( Doctors note needs to be provided for medical exemption from vaccine)
  • The North doors are for curling member use only. We ask that members do not use the East doors to keep Curling members and other recreation facility members separated and operating under their own REP Program. The East doors will remain unlocked for general safety as well as access to the rotunda for our only AED in the area
  • Face masks are required to be worn in all areas of the curling club with the exception of the play area.  
  • Everyone is welcome to patronize the lounge before and after games. To avoid crowding, the bar will only serve one person at a time.


  • Handshakes, fist bumps, even elbow touches are too close. 2 metres between players are necessary.  Try a nod or distanced broom tap instead.
  • Scores will be submitted via scorecards after each game. More details will follow.


  • Masks are required to be worn after your game; they may be removed if you’re seated to consume food/beverage.
  • Please store your gear in your vehicle after games, as locker/storage areas are not available.


Do not come to the club if you are showing any symptoms of contagious illness, We are working very hard to create a space for Physical and Mental well being. This club is being offered to you to come and socialize and experience the joys of curling without harm.

Let’s enjoy ourselves as we always do!  Respect each other and respect our staff.  Any abuse or harassment towards our hardworking Staff, fellow Curlers or Board Members regarding any of our new protocols will not be tolerated.