The schedule for the third and final round of the 2008/2009 season is now available.
Registration for the seventh edition of Montreal’s Bonspiel La Quête du Roi is now open.
As the league continues to grow in popularity, it is important for us to determine as early as possible how many of you will be returning to the Rainbow Rockers for the 2008-2009 season. As a result, we are instituting an advance registration requirement for all returning members. To secure your place for 2008-2009, a $50 deposit will be required for each curler ($200 per team) by April 13, 2008.
You may register as teams or as individuals. Teams will not be formed until later in the summer, so if you are not sure of your team or would like to be placed on a team, you must still register in advance to hold your spot. The remaining balance will be due in September.
Membership registration forms for next the next curling season (2008/2009) for the Rainbow Rockers Curling League are now available online, in both Microsoft Word ® and Adobe Acrobat ® format. You can download the forms and fill them in now. Copies will also be available at the club at next curling game on April 6th or at the closing banquet on April 13th.
Please return your signed forms and a $50 deposit to either the club president (Colin) or the membership coordinator (Kevin). You may e-mail an electronic copy of the completed form to the webmaster, but your registration is not considered complete until the form is signed and the $50 deposit has been paid.
Forms for spares area also available for download in both Microsoft Word ® and Adobe Acrobat ® format.
If you have any questions about registration, please get in touch with either Colin or Kevin.
May 3, 2008: Rainbow Rockers at the Ottawa LGX
The 2008 Lesbian and Gay Expo will take place Saturday, May 3 from 10am-4pm at the Jack Purcell Community Centre. The Rainbow Rockers will be there to spread the word about the great sport of curling. Drop by and say hello and be sure to visit the many community groups, gay positive businesses and advocacy organizations.
Registration will be open to new curlers at the Expo, so if you haven’t signed up and want to secure your place, e-mail Kevin Wilson at [email protected] ASAP!
The World Out Games will be holding a competitive curling tournament next year in Copenhagen.
For more information, please see their website at http://www.copenhagen2009.org/Sport/Disciplines/Curling.aspx