The WRNSC’s annual maintenance and wood chipping of trail sections that wind through the Bechtel Park forest will be held this Saturday October 24th. This ongoing work is essential in order to maintain the base for our winter ski trails. We need as many hands as possible, so please consider joining us.
Lunch is provided to all volunteers. This effort is also eligible for Ontario High School Diploma volunteer hours.
When: Saturday October 24th, from 8:30 am – 12:00 noon. You can contribute the whole morning or just a portion of it.
Where: Meet at the trail entrance near the children’s playground (across from the baseball diamond). Plenty of parking is available beside the playground.
How: Wear safe and appropriate clothing for rain, sunshine or cool temperatures. Gloves would be a good idea to protect your hands.
Bring: A wheelbarrow (or two), T-rake, shovel, garden fork or large garbage bin for moving wood chips. Drinking water and
a snack are also recommended.
The WRNSC will be holding its annual ski equipment rental event for children and youth on Sunday, October 18th. Please arrive early for the best equipment selection.
Ski equipment rental is for club members only. It is strongly recommended that you register online at Zone 4 before arrival to pick up children & youth equipment, in order to speed up the process.
To register, place your cursor on “Programs & Membership, then click on “Online Registration” to go directly to the club’s Zone 4 registration page. When registering on Zone 4, you can also select what equipment your child will require i.e. skis, boots and/or poles.
Payment can be made online with a credit card or bring a cheque on October 18th. Please bring your Zone 4 receipt with you as proof of registration (and payment, if a credit card was used).
Ski equipment is rented on a seasonal basis & must be returned by/at the club’s Annual Banquet, held in early spring.
Please note: There is no Adult rental ski equipment available.
When: Sunday, October 18th, 2015, 2 pm – 4 pm.
Where: Room 101, at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex (101 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo).