Time Sensitive News:
Spring and Summer Programs:
Registration for spring and summer programs is now open on www.zone4.ca
Kids Running Wild
Thursdays; May 19 to June 23 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm + additional dates as outlined below
This popular orienteering, hiking and games program is suitable for children 7 to 12 years of age. This group meets weekly, on Thursdays at Boulevard Lake, Kinsmen Park or Centennial Park for orienteering and games. This group will also meet for hiking and games on the following dates:
- Sunday, May 29, 1:30 to 3:30
- Saturday, June 11, 1:30 to 3:30
- Friday, June 17th, 6:30 to 8:00 - Longest Day of Play (21st is the summer solstice)
Participants will also be encouraged to participate in a June Kamview Trail run; date TBD.
Full program details with exact dates and locations will be provided to each participant.
KRW Fee: $50 for Lappe Nordic Ski Club members, $75 for all other participants. Normal registration will be available until May 12; after that date there will be an additional $20 late registration fee.
Adult Dryland Fit Programs
Tuesday at 6:00 pm and Saturdays at 9:30 am
Spring Program - May 3 to June 30
Summer Program - July 5 - August 30
These 2 month, running, ski hiking, strength and roller skiing program are designed for adults aged 20+ (Citizen Racers, Get Fit and Masters athletes). Most practices will be concurrent with Junior and Senior Racers.
Spring Dryland Fee: $75 for members, $90 for non-members
Summer Dryland Fee: $75 for members, $90 for non-members
Clinics: Spring - Summer Dryland Fit Clinics 2016
These 4 weekend clinics are designed for adults aged 20+ (Citizen Racers, Get Fit and Masters athletes). The clinics will run from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
- May 28 Ski Hiking
- Jun 11 Roller Ski Clinic
- Jul TBD Ski Hiking or Roller Skiing TBD
- Aug TBD Ski Hiking or Roller Skiing TBD
Registration is available on www.zone4.ca and will close 1 week prior to each clinic date.
Fee per clinic: $10 for members; $15 for non-club members, a minimum of 5 participants is required to run each clinic.
LEILA METSARANTA MEMORIAL
Thanks to the many donors, we have collected sufficient funds to plant two trees and install a bench with a plaque to help us honour Leila's memory. Leila's husband, Marc, has selected the trees and approved the wording on the plaque. The bench with the plaque and trees will be located in Centennial Park where Leila spent many hours staying fit. Look for the bench and trees to appear in June.
Registration for Club programs is available on www.zone4.ca if you cannot make it to the Open House.
Trail passes can be purchased by mailing in the registration form on the Trail Pass Fees section of the website.
NEW - VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT
Lappe Nordic Ski Club is a "club", not a business, that operates primarily through the efforts of its members who volunteer time and effort. This allows the club to operate its many excellent programs with very low fees for its member participants. To ensure this continues, the Lappe Board has introduced a formal Volunteer Engagement plan. This plan details volunteer opportunities as well as exemptions for new members and members in the younger Jackrabbit programs.
LAPPE'S TOP RACERS' BLOGS
Catch up on how Lappe's top racers are doing on the circuit by visiting the blog for National Development Centre member, Michael Somppi, the blog for National Development Center member, Andy Shields, and the blog for National Development Center member, Evan Palmer-Charrette.
JOIN LAPPE'S RACE TEAM!
Be part of the team!
Individualized and group training plans, one-on-one instructions and great team spirit. Check out our programs section for more information or...
Contact Head Coach Kevin Shields at email@example.com or call him at 346-8084.
Are you ready to join a dynamic group of volunteers? Read on....
The operation of the Lappe Nordic Ski Club and the programs and services we provide depend upon the volunteer efforts of our members. With the exception of one paid coach, the ski club is run entirely by the efforts of tireless volunteers. Volunteering for our club is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people and have fun!
You can help by volunteering in different ways:
- At ski club sporting events and fundraising activities that provide direct financial support to keep program, camp and race travel fees as low as possible.
- As a Program Coordinator.
- As a Volunteer Coach / Assistant Coach.
- As a Board Member
Here are a list of the key positions that need to be filled, in addition to those mentioned above.
- Club Volunteer Coordinator
- Lappe Jack Rabbits Event Coordinator
- Chief of Timing Apprentice
- Chief of Competition Apprentice
- Fundraising Coordinator
- Social Events Coordinator
- Race Program: Assistant coaches, team manager, wax/ski service technicians
Click here for Volunteer Job Descriptions.