Adult League Participant / Daytime Seniors - Full Year / Youth League Participant
As the names imply, these types of membership are for those who wish to participate in league play. Our youth leagues (namely, Juniors and Little Rocks) are reserved for those under age 21, specifically, for the 2017-2018 season, those born after June 30, 1996. A member who participates in both a youth league and an adult league is classified by the club as an adult league participant. Members who are league participants are entitled to vote at any meeting of YCC's membership, provided they have attained age 18.
Daytime Seniors (half-year)
For those wishing to play in the Daytime Seniors "tag" league only for the period October to December or January to April. Any member selecting this option will be wait-listed until September 1 and then placed into their selection of time slots if spots are available. Also allows member to play in year-end Seniors closing bonspiel.
Adults may choose a spare only membership covering all leagues. It is their responsibility to ensure they add their name to the "My Subbing Availability" list.
Social Members are entitled to use club facilities and their on-ice privileges are limited to in-club bonspiel events only. Social Members who are former shareholders are entitled to vote at any meeting of YCC's membership, whereas other Social Members are not entitled to vote at any meeting of YCC's membership.
Practice Ice Only
Those in this membership category have the same entitlements as Social Members, except they also have on-ice privileges for occasional practice purposes. Practice ice must be booked in advance with the club manager during designated times.
OCA Designated Member
Those in this membership category will be registered with the OCA to be eligible to participate in competitive events as a representative of York Curling Club. No on ice priviliges are included with this membership.
Other Membership Categories
Honourary Social Member: Upon application for social membership by a former YCC shareholder, honourary social membership status is conferred upon the applicant. The Board may also do so for any person who has rendered noteworthy service to the club.