Hello All Tam Heather Members,
Tam Heather would like to welcome all NEW Curling members, as well as all of the returning members for the 2022/23 Winter season.
Back to Basics!
With Covid in the rearview mirror (for the most part), Tam is happy to be able to start the 2022 winter season without any restrictions in place. We will continue to follow the Public Health guidelines and Provincial guidance as we move forward. Please do what makes YOU comfortable! Some members may choose to continue masking and some members will not, both are acceptable, let’s be kind and respectful to each other in remembering this.
A Few Reminders as we Return to Curling:
We will be following Curling Canada/CurlOn General Rules of play, allowing for full sweeping from end to end. Regular rules of play to start the season.
It is time to check your grippers and brush heads to ensure they are in good condition. If not, visit the Tam Pro Shop for a variety of grippers and brush heads.
Please keep your hands and knees off the ice, these marks affect the quality of the ice, take considerable time to fix and impacts the next curling draw.
There will be sanitizing wipes available for the players to wipe the rock handles if so desired. There are dispensers located in between sheets B & C and F & G.
The bell system is in effect again this year – it will ring 1hour and 35 minutes after the scheduled game start – you can finish the end and play one more.
Returning this year: Saturday evening “Mixed Tag Draw” – 6:30 to 8:30PM Wednesday “Anything Goes League” tag draw – 2:00 to 4:00PM
The kitchen will open on Tuesday, October 11th and the operating hours are 8:30am-7:30pm Monday to Friday. Curling members are cordially invited to come to the clubhouse to use the locker rooms, lounge, and bar for beverages, snacks and meals.
Tam Team Updates
|Tam Heather is pleased to welcome back our three Ice Technicians: Luc, Ian and Brian. Our ice team also consists of part time, evening and weekend support from our Bantam/Junior section, students and some returning part time employees. We’re lucky to have such a great ice team!|
|Tam Heather would like to officially announce that Jason Leneeuw has accepted the position of General Manager at Tam Heather. Jason brings over 25 years of experience and leadership, in both the private and public sports facilities sector, and is an active Level 3 Ice Technician. Jason is an avid curler and car enthusiast.|
|Tam Heather also welcomes Tony Chin to the Front Office Clerk position. Tony has been a member at Tam for 18 years and currently holds the Membership position on the Tam Heather Board of Directors. Tony is a huge Blue Jays fan and working as an usher for the regular season home games- Go Jays!|