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2 spots remain in our Youth Roller Ski Camp.
6 sessions, weekly starting Monday Oct 19th, 5:30-7pm
Join Coaches Jack and Anna for Roller Ski fun.
Roller Skis Provided.

$30 (includes Youth Club Membership for that time period)

Send us a FB message to book your spot or if you have any questions.
New Coaches Urgently Needed for Youth Programming to go ahead this winter.

No previous coaching experience needed.  HNSC and CCNS are pleased to cover all costs of coach development.  

What makes a great youth coach?

Being passionate about skiing, enthusiastic, high energy, and possessing a positive attitude are the most important.  Only basic skiing ability required.

All coaches receive a free annual club membership.

If you are interested in helping to foster a love of XC Skiing please reach out at info@halifaxnordic.ca or message us directly through FB.
Online auction to support North Highlands Nordic.  Local accommodations to bid on, in case you're planning a trip.  Also, many additional items.  Bidding ends tonight at 10PM.
https://bit.ly/2CTfPGm
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North Highlands Nordic
Bonus day !!!!     DOLLAR LAKE
Lost and found items at Brunello. Comment below if they look familiar!!
Tonight’s Club Social Ski - cancelled due to rain.
We could not have asked for better weather for our ISANS cross country ski this afternoon. We expected a group of 20-30, but the group ended up being close to 60 new Canadians that came out to try cross country skiing. 

Many smiling faces and laughs out on the snow bowl. There were kids looping around the bottom snow pile and very quickly, the bump at the bottom became a ramp with a steep decent and a lineup of kids waiting to go down.  It was amazing to see how quickly this group of first time skiers picked up cross country skiing. 

Thanks to the volunteers who came out, and to club sponsors that helped make today happen:  Cross Country Nova Scotia, Nordiq Canada, Sport Nova Scotia, Support4Sport, @novascotia Communities Culture and Heritage.
We could not have asked for better weather for our ISANS cross country ski this afternoon. We expected a group of 20-30, but the group ended up being close to 60 new Canadians that came out to try cross country skiing. 

Many smiling faces and laughs out on the snow bowl. There were kids looping around the bottom snow pile and very quickly, the bump at the bottom became a ramp with a steep decent and a lineup of kids waiting to go down.  It was amazing to see how quickly this group of first time skiers picked up cross country skiing. 

Thanks to the volunteers who came out, and to club sponsors that helped make today happen:  Cross Country Nova Scotia, Nordiq Canada, Sport Nova Scotia, Support4Sport, @novascotia Communities Culture and Heritage.
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