The Cape Cod Curling Club, Inc., offers a variety of membership categories to provide our members with a flexible and affordable dues schedule consistent with the operating needs of the club. Our membership categories are detailed below. For new curlers, i.e., those who are trying curling for the first time, we offer a "Trial Membership" designed to let you learn the game and get to know our Club and its members. For those who have curled before, we offer a full season's curling at very reasonable price. All members of the Cape Cod Curling Club are automatically members of the Grand National Curling Club (GNCC), which coordinates curling activities amongst clubs in the northeast, and of the United States Curling Association, (USCA), which is the national governing body for curling in the USA .
Individual Adult Membership
Full membership with voting and club access, Offered to experienced curlers living in the Curling Club's local area.
$380 ($230 if under 30 years of age)
Individual Adult Entry Level membership
This is an introductory membership intended for individuals new to curling who have never been a member of a curling club. It entitles the individual to curl for one half of the season (fall or winter). At the end of the entry level period, those wishing to continue to curl may do so by enrolling and paying applicable fees as an Individual Intermediate Membership. Entry Level members do not have voting rights or club access privileges and may not hold office.
$80 First Session of Membership
Individual Adult Intermediate membership
This is a continuation of an introductory membership intended for individuals new to curling who have completed the Individual Adult Entry Level Membership classes and training. It entitles the individual to curl for one half of the season (fall or winter). At the end of the Intermediate Membership period, those wishing to continue to curl may do so by enrolling and paying applicable Membership fees in the appropriate category of choice. Intermediate members do not have voting rights or club access privileges and may not hold office.
$125 or 50% of any adult category dues, whichever is lesser for Second Session of Membership
Individual Non-Resident Adult membership
Full membership with voting and club access, Offered to curlers who live beyond Route 132 in Barnstable, who live over the Cape Cod Canal, or who live on Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket.
80% ($300) of the applicable
Individual Adult fee Full-time Student
Available to students, age 20 and older, who are enrolled in a full-time academic program.
Individual Social Membership
Social members have all club privileges and may hold office. They may curl once per month in open Saturday curling or in Friendlies, excluding Bonspiels and special events. Social membership is open to all ages 22 and over. $60
For those living over 50 miles from the Club. Associate members may curl in up to 10 games per year. Associates do not have the privilege of playing in Club leagues or playdowns. Associates have club access but do not have voting rights and may not hold office. $100
These programs are offered to those 21 and younger. They do not have key or voting privileges and may not hold office. They may curl in Club sponsored youth programs. Participants are assigned to Junior or Little Rocker programs, based on age, skill and social development. For those who curl only in the youth programs (no adult leagues) the dues are $60. Junior level curlers may curl in adult leagues under the following conditions: 1.The Curling Committee considers them to be experienced and sufficiently mature to curl as an adult; and 2. They (or their parent or guardian, if under 18) must sign a RELEASE OF LIABILITY FORM (see attached) which will be kept on file at the Club. For those juniors who curl in the adult leagues the dues are $120 which covers participation in both the Junior youth program and adult league curling.
$60 (Youth program)
$120 (Youth curling/adult leagues)
The board may nominate and the members may elect as an Honorary Member any person who has rendered noteworthy service to the club. Honorary members may take part in discussion at meetings of the Club, but shall have no voting rights and may not hold an office. Honorary membership may be revoked at any time by the board of directors.
The board of directors may vote to elect as Life Member any person who has rendered outstanding service to the club, particularly as to sizable gifts for the acquisition of property or equipment. Life members may participate in discussions at meetings of the Club and may vote and hold office. Life members are not required to pay dues.