Julian Smith Training Hard for Upcoming Racing Season

Julian Smith Training Hard for Upcoming Racing Season

by Heidi Tones Julian Smith, both a Bruce Ski Club and Georgian Bay Nordic member, has been training hard for the upcoming racing season. He has had National Ski Team training camps in Mont Tremblant, Canmore, and Thunder Bay. He is currently in Canmore preparing for...
The Health Benefits of Cross-Country Skiing

The Health Benefits of Cross-Country Skiing

Even if you’ve only been cross-country skiing a few times, you know how good you feel once you’re done. But a couple of recent studies show that cross-country skiing also provides a number of health benefits. In a study published September 2019 in the journal...
Moonlight Ski and Potluck at Sawmill Nordic Centre

Moonlight Ski and Potluck at Sawmill Nordic Centre

The club will kick off its Friday Ski nights with a Moonlight Ski and Potluck at the Sawmill Nordic Centre on January 10, 2020. Bring your ski friends and family, some food to share, and your own crockery, cutlery and beverages. It will be a perfect night to ski by...
Registrar’s Report – December 2019

Registrar’s Report – December 2019

by Heidi Tones Registration is well underway and we thank you for using zone4.ca. So far we have 716 members signed up and I imagine that will grow as the snow is still to come! If you still need to register and can not access zone4, paper copies are now available at...
Letter from the Editor – December 2019

Letter from the Editor – December 2019

by Tom Hakala We have been working on a few ideas that we think will help Bruce Ski Club members connect this season. There are also events that we hope will reach out to the community beyond our club. First of all, we have set up a Facebook Group called ‘Bruce Ski...
Sawmill Nordic Centre Report – December 2019

Sawmill Nordic Centre Report – December 2019

by Fred Scheel For the first time in the history of the Bruce Ski Club we had snow on November 6th. Since then we have had at least 10 days of skiing, however a mild spell the last week of November has wiped out most of our snow. Since the last newsletter the...