CurlON offers FREE "Skills Analysis" clinics to all CurlON Member Club members through a regional delivery series. Targeted for established curlers, attendees may register as a traditional or stick delivery option with dedicated instruction at all of the listed stops. These clinics are not a Learn to Curl Program.

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All registered attendees for the entire CPP Free Clinic Series are automatically entered to WIN a FINALS WEEKEND PACKAGE to the 2020 TIM HORTON'S BRIER in Kingston,  Ontario from March 6-8, 2020. PLUS... many more great prizes will be given away at each of the 16 CTP Clinic Series locations offered.  

Beginning August 24th, CurlON club members may select ONE FREE "Skill Analysis" Clinic from the times offered in the registration system. You may also choose from the available optional paid "Video Analysis" and "Strategy" (Review or Intermediate) clinics offered, being mindful of time conflicts, making it a mini curling workshop experience.

As a Series host, Tam Heather Club Members have an exclusive 48 hour early access to the registration system, by clicking the link below beginning Thursday, August 22 at 10:00AM

Tam Heather Early Access Registration

Now that registration is active, simply login to the website using the instructions emailed to you earlier. Look for the Membership Status box at the top right of every page.  Select your sport and follow the prompts.

If you are having any difficulties, please contact the office.

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happy.canada.dayIt’s now July; so the longest day of the year is behind us and the days are getting shorter again. And you all know what that means; the beginning of the curling and winter tennis season is fast approaching. Have you logged onto the new website yet? In June, the new site was available for the first time for you to log in, look around, and update your profile information. Now that July is here, you can log in and REGISTER for the upcoming 2019-2020 curling and winter tennis season. Help the drawmasters, league convenors, and captains with preparing their schedules by registering early.

Doug

welcome peopleWelcome to our new Tam Heather website!!!

I’m sure you’ve been counting down the days ever since you received that bright yellow sheet of paper in the mail with your April statement. That sheet provides steps for accessing your member account on the new website.

June 1 is finally here, so I encourage you to log in at your earliest convenience and, in addition to creating a new/unique password and checking/updating your profile information, have a look around the new website. We’re still in the process of populating some of the screens (i.e. Food Services) and others won’t have data until registration commences, but there’s already a lot of info there that we hope you’ll find useful. Check out Housekeeping under Club Info.

Speaking of registration, barring unforeseen circumstances, on-line registration for the 2019/20 season will open on Monday July 1. The registration deadline this year will be August 15. Curlers, please do the drawmasters a favour. Tennis players, we want you to have access to GameTime a week in advance of the start of the winter season, but if everyone waits until the last minute to register, that becomes very difficult (aka … impossible). So, please make a note in your calendars to go on-line and register as soon as it becomes available in July. We will send you an email shortly with instructions to help as well as reminders closer to the date.

For those who are new to Tam, look for the "Interested in Becoming a Member" article on the home page of our website.

Please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 416-284-9251 should you have any questions or require any assistance.

P.S. If you have any events/results you would like us to pass along to the members, please send us your article(s) and we’ll add it to the Blog. Be sure to include a picture because, as the saying goes, “There are no bad pictures, that’s just the way your face looks sometimes (Abraham Lincoln).”

Doug

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