NORDIC SKI GEAR SWAP COMING SAT NOV 17TH!
The Wild Rock Outfitters Nordic Ski Gear Swap returns Saturday, November 17th. This is your chance to grab a great deal on used cross country ski gear for the entire family - it all kicks off Sat Nov 17th at 10am in their back parking lot.
Looking to upgrade your ski gear? Sell your old nordic ski gear at the Swap for 100% store credit or 80% cash - you can bring in your gear Mon Nov 12 - Fri Nov 16th. Don't miss the Nordic Ski Gear Swap!!
note: cash only to purchase items in swap
Trail clearing, firewood splitting, signs, cabin cleanup... there are a lot of jobs to get ready for the winter season and lots of volunteers that help out. Thank you!
While we have a few organized work days in the fall, much of the volunteering is more organic whereby small groups come up on their own schedule to pitch in where they can. If you have a plan to come up and would like a few extra hands, email us (email@example.com) and we'll post your date here. Have you been up to volunteer? Send us an update via email so we know where to direct the next volunteers.
Trail Clearing: while the trails are mechanically mowed each fall, the trails can always use more TLC to remove branches, sticks and stones from the trail bed. Our groomers especially appreciate removal of large stones that 'pop-up' on the trail from frost heaving. Use your loppers to cut back over-hanging branches that intefere with safe skiing. The snowshoe trails will also get a pass-through for brushing and removal of any fallen trees. Report any large fallen trees you come across.
Firewood: our cabins are warm and cozy all winter thanks to the wood stoves.... but not without firewood. Behind the Woodfine chalet is firewood central where logs are bucked and split and then stacked in the wood shed and under the deck. If you find a large pile of split firewood, then feel free to stack it in the woodshed by the back door or under the deck. There is a good pile of firewood at Tanney cabin that currently needs stacking in the woodshed. Oct 30 Update: the firewood at Tanney has been stacked but we will be taking another few loads to Tanney and Laderach cabins that will require stacking. Check back for updates.
More dates will be posted as we confirm leads.
A volunteer coordinator will be at the Woodfine Chalet at the beginning of the day and will leave instructions for those arriving later in the day
- November 12 - 10am - 2pm
- additional dates ... check back for details
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org Please bring work gloves, work boots/ footwear, snacks and drinks, loppers, handsaws, trimmers or any other equipment you might make good use of.
Membership and program registration for the 2018-2019 season opened at 7am on October 2! Register Online. Members from the last 3 years will have received an email notification.
NOTE: a number of members have experienced an issue on the checkout page of Zone4 whereby the payment button doesn't work. If this has occurred to you please email email@example.com so we can help resolve this issue for you.
UPDATE (Oct 11): Zone4 has reported the payment issue is now resolved. Please report any further issues.
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the KAWARTHA NORDIC SKI CLUB, INCORPORATED will be held on Monday November 12, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Nominations for Directors may be made in writing and filed with the Secretary seven (7) days prior to the Annual General Meeting. All members in good standing, 16 years or over, are eligible to vote. Nominations may be sent to Kawartha Nordic Ski Club Inc., PO Box 1371, Peterborough ON, K9J 7H6 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School, Outdoor Education Building (1009 Armour Rd, Peterborough) (this location is fully accessible)
Date: Monday, November 12, 2018
Kawartha Nordic is hosting a Learn to Train Coaching course on September 21 to September 23 at the Kawartha Environment Centre. If you plan on coaching any kids ages 10 and older this winter with our ski club you’ll need to complete this training in order to be covered under our liability insurance. As well, the number of coaches we have trained at this level will determined the enrolment numbers we can accommodate for our youth programs.
Here is the link to the registration. You will need to have completed the online introductory coaching modules as a prerequisite for this learn to train course.
Have some questions on coaching at Kawartha Nordic? We've answered the most common Frequently Asked Questions below. Feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com more
The Kawartha Nordic Ski Club Ski Patrol is in need of additional members to come to the club and ski our trails. The Kawartha Nordic Ski Patrol are members of the Canadian Ski Patrol, who have 4,000 + members across Canada. At one time we have more than 35 patrollers and while our club has grown significantly, the number of volunteer members of the Canadian Ski Patrol has shrunk. We had a good response and recruited excellent new members last year but we need more.read more