Welcome to The Ojibway Club
It's where summer Islanders come together to play tennis or bridge or walk the historic trails. They come to shop for food at the Grocery Store or pick up their newspaper and maybe a treasure at the Gift Shop. It’s where kids meet every morning for Ojibway Camp to sail, canoe, swim, kayak, play tennis and create arts + crafts. It’s where friends, old and new, meet for coffee on the verandah to take in the sweeping views of The Bay and where everyone flocks for ice cream cones on a hot afternoon.
The Ojibway Club is the heart of the Pointe au Baril island community. It’s a place where lifelong friendships are formed and maintained and where multi-generations of family gather every summer. It’s a place where we create and celebrate summer traditions year after year after year.
Our general protocols for 2021 are similar to our previous season. Please find attached a summary of the provincial reopening Step 1 restrictions that are presently in effect until July 2nd. This document will be refreshed following the next government announcement, which is based on meeting the targets to move to Step 2.
We ask that you, when visting our facilities, follow the government mandatory protocols to keep all members, staff and visitors safe and healthy. Please take personal responsibility to protect yourself and others at all times and exercise physical distancing.
Click here for our general covid-19 protocols.
Members are required when reserving - for a club evening dinner, special event or particpating in soft services (including message theorpy, yoga, pilates or bridge) - to submit a Pre-Screening Covid Test before arriving to the island for the scheduled activity. This is a mandatory contact tracing requirement during Step 1. Click on the applicable link below to complete and submit: