When: 9am to 5pm, December 16 & 17, 2017
Where: Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School
This workshop is the second step in the NCCP progression. It provides essential training for coaches delivering an effective skill development program to children six to nine years of age (the FUNdamentals stage of skier development). It is designed to train coaches to teach children intermediate technical skills in an enjoyable way so that it is FUN to learn, to select games that reinforce the technical skills being taught, to design and lead on-snow sessions, and to select and prepare equipment for young children. Successful completion of the NCCP Introduction to Community Coaching Workshop is a prerequisite.
All coaches with Kawartha Nordic’s Track Attack and L2T program are asked to register for this 2-day course by December 1, 2017. Participants should have completed the NCCP Introduction to Community Coaching course as a prerequisite. To regiser, please refer to the email from Ryan, Youth Program Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
One full day of the course will be dedicated to work with coaches on-snow for technical skills development and practice.read more
Fall means trail work at Kawartha Nordic! Trail clearing and volunteer weekends will be planned throughout the fall with dates posted to the website. Can't make one of these dates? No problem, feel free to visit on your own schedule and send us an email to let us know what you've done so we can direct other volunteers.
What's involved? Simply hiking the trails, removing branches, sticks and large stones from the trail bed, and cutting back any branches that interfere with safe skiing from the side of the trail. If you come across any large fallen trees send us an email to let us know the location. Other jobs such as stacking firewood are needed at the Woodfine chalet. The woodshed at the Laderach cabin also needs some TLC.
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 4 - noon - 4pm
- November 5 between 10am and 3pm.
- November 12 - 9am - noon
- November 13 - 10am-3pm
- additional dates will be added shortly
No need to RSVP. Please bring work gloves, work boots/ footwear, snacks and drinks, loppers, handsaws, trimmers or any other equipment you might make good use of.
Looking for used or new nordic ski equipment? Check out these ski swaps and local retailers Or, post a note to the KNSC Buy/Sell Forum or the KNSC Facebook page with details on what equipment you're looking to buy or sell.
Adventure Outfitters, Lakefield
Wild Rock Outfitters, Peterborough
Gear swap Saturday November 4, 2017 10 am. Bring in your used Nordic Ski and Snowboard gear the week of Oct 30 – Nov 3 (before 6pm) to sell at the Swap. Sell for 100% store credit or 80% cash back.
Membership registration is open !!! Follow the links on the rates pages to purchase your seasons pass online.
Note: all youth programs for children and youth are now full.
Learn to Train (or Track Attack 2) runs in two phases
- In the early season up until 6 Dec, athletes participate in a dryland training program on Wednesdays and Sundays
- After 6 Dec, athletes move to a winter training program on Saturdays and Tuesdays
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the KAWARTHA NORDIC SKI CLUB, INCORPORATED will be held on Monday November 13, 2017 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 email@example.com.
Location: Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School, Cafeteria (1009 Armour Rd, Peterborough) (this location is fully accessible)
Date: Monday, November 13, 2017
Did you miss out on ordering your Kawartha Nordic clothing last winter? We'll have a selection of tee-shirtlong sleeve tees and hoodies available for sale at the AGM - and also in the rental shop during ski season. Get them while they last! Hey... let's raffle a tee-shirt to one lucky member who attends the AGM!
Please read this important note from Beverley Cameron. The ski patrol provides a vital service to the Kawartha Nordic community and we strongly encourage you to consider joining the team.
Canadian Ski Patrol Registration and Training begins in September
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 had more than 35 patrollers and while our club has grown significantly, the number of volunteer members of the Canadian Ski Patrol has shrunk.
The training you receive in First Aid and CPR and AED to Health Care Provider Level could help someone at our ski club but more likely will be used to help a member of your own family, a friend, classmate or a colleague.read more
The website will be updated shortly with details for the 2017-2018 season including memberships, programs, and events. The Annual General Meeting will be scheduled in November with information posted to the website and emailed to all members. Enjoy the last days of summer and start dreaming of all the fantastic skiing you'll do this winter!