In the fall of 2020, logging will be occurring on some parts of the crown land that our ski trails pass through north of the KNSC property. This logging is not being done by Kawartha Nordic, but rather by a forest company under a forest management plan for crown land approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. The enclosed map shows the approximate location of the logging operations, none of which are on Kawartha Nordic owned property.
The logging will be completed before winter so will not interrupt our ski season.
If you are at the club this fall helping with trail work and fall maintenance, for your own safety please avoid using the Beaver and Trillium trails as well as the shaded areas on the map. Logging trucks may be using these trails as well as exiting to Highway 28 through our parking lot.
Please see the September newsletter for more details.
We are looking for 3 dynamic and experienced individuals to lead each of our Bunnyrabbit, Jackrabbit, and Track Attack programs. The role isn't much different than our standard program coach, but you would be willing to mentor newer coaches, by answering questions and helping other coaches design their daily program. The Communications & Volunteer Coordinator would be handling many of the logistics around our programs, such as group assignments, registration, and volunteer coach recruitment, allowing the lead coaches to focus on the program, the other coaches, and the athletes.
Check out the full Lead Coach job description for more details.
KN is still looking to also fill the following positions:
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the KAWARTHA NORDIC SKI CLUB, INCORPORATED will be held on Monday November 9, 2020 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. In addition to the electing our directors and receiving the annual and financial report, come on out to hear about the modifications to our programs and services this year.
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.
- Official AGM notice
- Minutes of last year's AGM on November 11, 2019
- KNSC Bylaws (original)
- Agenda and Proposed Resolutions
- Financial Report for the year ending June 30, 2020
- Proposed Changes to KNSC Bylaws
Location: Virtual (details to be emailed to eligible members)
Date: Monday, November 9, 2020
Membership and youth program registration will open soon! Opens Oct 31 at 7am
We are busy preparing our Covid-19 plan and need a little more time beyond our normal Oct 1 registration opening date to ensure safe and fun programs this winter. Follow Facebook, Twitter, or our website for details of online registration. Past members will also receive an email with all of the details you need to know to get signed up for this coming ski season.
Kawartha Nordic is looking for candidates to fulfill the following roles for the 2020-2021 ski season.
Details on the positions and information on how to apply can be found in the following job notices:
The end of season sale of the rental equipment at Kawartha Nordic ended when the trails closed in March. There is some equipment that was not sold that will be available at the Wild Rock Outfitters ski swap in the fall 2020. For more information please visit the Wild Rock Outfitters website.
On Saturday March 7th 2020, 2:00pm Kawartha Nordic will be presenting the Fine Art of making Maple Syrup. This fun event will include:
- Tapping Sugar Maple Trees
- Tasting sap right from the tree
- Boiling Sap
- Sampling Maple Taffy in the snow
- Having fun Outside
You can reach the Sugar Shack by either Snowshoes or Skis and a fire will be going outside under the sap pots and in the Sugar Shack as well.
Everyone is invited!
On March 7 at 1:30pm, come on a discovery hike with Camp Kawartha's own Jacob Rodenburg along the 1 km. snowshoe trail to the sweet Sugar Shack. Jacob has been teaching outdoor education for 30 years and has received many awards for his work. He is passionate about exploring nature! Enjoy a few game activities with Jacob, and a guided hike to look for tracks, animals and hidden marvels.
When we get to the Sugar Shack you can enjoy some real maple syrup poured on snow to make candy. Watch the birds and return at your own pace!
Best suited for ages 7 and up. There is no charge for this event however a snowshoe pass or membership is required to attend. Drop into the rental shop to pick up your passes and snowshoe rentals.