NOTICE: Effective March 15, all GOV activities are suspended due to COVID-19 coronavirus (see post)
Drop-in Mondays – Come Out and Play!
Gay Ottawa Volleyball (GOV) invites players of all ages and skill levels to come out and play some pick-up volleyball on Monday nights. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to exercise, socialize and have fun at the beginning of the week!
If you are new to volleyball or have not played in a long time, don’t worry, the atmosphere is casual! The focus of the night is more about having fun and getting exciting rallies going, rather than what is on the scoreboard. The Site Coordinator helps explain the basic rules of play at the very beginning of the night, but if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask someone. Everyone is there for fun, so enjoy yourself!
Registration for the 2019-20 volleyball season is open!
Registration form here: https://forms.gle/pXcpwatDoLqNuDB36
Exciting news: there’s a new time and location for Monday Drop-in!
Registration and player networking nights will take place from the end of August through to late September.
- Wed Sept 4 – Opening Season Meet and Greet
- Mon Sept 16 – First night of Monday Drop-in (new time and location)
More about Monday Drop-in:
Depending on turnout, players divide up randomly or into groups (sometimes sorted by skill level), and may play a few sets before shuffling groups again.
This is a great night for players who are interested in playing with different people each week, rather than always with the same team.
The fee this season is $10 ($8.85 +HST) per person per night.
To help participants save, we are offering a Drop-in Punch Card for $100 ($88.50 +HST). A Punch Card buys 12 sessions, redeemable at any Drop-in night or Skills & Drills Clinic during the 2019-20 season.
We recognize this is a big increase compared to last year’s $5 fee. If this price increase poses a significant barrier to you participating in GOV programs, please reach out to us (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will try to help as best we can.
All participants must abide by GOV’s Code of Conduct.