Back by popular demand! We are hosting a snow/trail grooming seminar/workshop for all interested parties.
Whether you’re a veteran groomer or just interested in getting some tracks set in your area, we welcome you to come exchange ideas, demo equipment and meet other trail builders and groomers.
When: Thursday, March 16, 10 AM – 2 PM Where: Windsor Park Nordic Center, 10 Des Meurons Street, Winnipeg Cost: $0.00 We will have several pieces of equipment on hand: pulling machines,groomers,drags, rollers,etc.
2021 Yamaha Viking side-by-side w Camso tracks and Cab
2020 Ski-Doo Skandic SWT 900
Snowdogs with tracksetters and toboggan
Meuller Tornado 2.0 Snow Tiller (no tractor on site to operate)
various DIY rigs for all manner of ski trail grooming excellence
Please contact Laurie Penton at 204-471-3447 if you plan to bring any of your own equipment.
The day will start with coffee/snacks in our clubhouse and a few brief presentations on the following topics:
Community Trails – Starting a Local Trail Network from Scratch (Scotty Nystrom, Bourkevale Community Centre)
Funding Opportunities to Develop Ski Trails in Manitoba (Karin McSherry, Executive Director CCSAM)
Trail Signage – This Way Home (Laurie Penton, CCSAM)
10 AM – meet and greet, coffee, general discussion
11 AM – hands on look at equipment comparing features (pros/cons) of different types of equipment
1 PM – opportunity to try out/operate equipment on hand
2 PM – wrap up
Q&A will occur throughout the session. Please RSVP your attendance by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help make a difference in an athlete’s life today by joining the team of program volunteers and coaches who directly provide training for athletes in cross country skiing. They work with athletes to improve basic motor skills and prepare athletes for competition. The time commitment is one to two sessions each week for 1 to 2 1⁄2 hours (up to the coach). Some weekends are required for competition. Be a part of athletes achieving their goals and capture the spirit of Special Olympics!
We are currently searching for a Head Coach (or 2 people to Co-Head Coach) in the Winnipeg Region to be able to start up our cross country skiing program. Appropriate training and screening measures will be provided.
Able to work in a team setting as well as one-on-one with athletes.
Have some knowledge about cross country skiing.
Some coaching experience is preferred.
Able to communicate instructions effectively.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Plan club activities for the season.
Regularly communicate with athletes, volunteers, and caregivers.
Facilitate practices with assistant coaches with the safety and well-being of the athletes always coming first.