online registration form
Registration and questionnaire
How to Register
To Register Online:
STEP ONE: Complete Registration Form and Camper Questionnaire (left)
STEP TWO: Make payment via our secure online payment page
A deposit payment of ($400) on your VISA or MasterCard will be charged at registration.
A link to make the balance owing via VISA or MasterCard will be emailed to you by
July 1, 2019 or you can make payment in full.
Payment in full is required if registering after July 1, 2019 (if space available)
After the Questionnaire part of this form, you will be redirected to our secure online payment page.
To Register By Phone:
Please have the registration information and your credit card ready and call David Gravelle to register.
A link to make the balance owing via VISA or MasterCard will be emailed to you by July 1, 2019 or you can make payment in full.
To Register By Mail:
Print this page or download the camp brochure and mail in the completed registration form with a cheque or money order for $400 per person (deposit) and the balance payment post dated to July 1, 2019 to:
WOW! Special Event
22 Kerr Drive
Canada, L9M 1H6
A deposit of $400 per person is required with registration in order to confirm entry.
Upon receipt of entry, a confirmation email will be sent to you with an invoice for the balance due July 1, 2019.
Camp Fees, Meals and Accommodation:
Cost for the Hot Shots Curling Camp varies from camp to camp location. Please check your specific camp details regarding food and accommodations. Each host club typically offers a cash bar, unless otherwise advised.
Terms and Conditions:
The organizers reserve the right to substitute instructors based on availability. The Hot Shots Curling Camp, Wow! Special Event Management Inc., the host clubs, and their staff and contractors are not responsible for injuries at the Hot Shots Curling Camp. The organizers recommend each camper undertake stretching exercises prior to arrival at the camp.
Refunds will not be provided after the final payment is made. The entry is fully transferable in case of illness or injury.