2023 Season – Registration is now closed
Come back in October 2023 to register for the 2024 season.
Membership annual fees for the 2023 season are as follows:
$65.00 registration fee per family, plus $75.00 fee per child to a maximum of $265.00 per family.
This club meets on Sundays at noon only. The season starts on January 8th 2023 and ends on March 12, 2023 for a total of 10 Sundays. No lesson Sunday, February 19 2023.
2023 Opening day
Sunday January 8th 2023 12:00-3:00pm with a possible community potluck to kick off the season. Location and details will follow to registered members.
Each session begins at 12:00 pm and goes to 2:00pm. We ask that children are ready to go in full gear by 12:00. If you are late, you are responsible for either ensuring your child catches up with their group or skiing with your child that day. It is imperative that children are not left unsupervised on ski trails.
All communication internal to the club is typically done via email. An email will be sent by Saturday evening to remind members which skiing venue we will enjoy on Sunday, and share any other relevant information, such as changes due to weather or location conditions.
If you are unable to attend on any given Sunday, you are asked to contact your Group Leader (coach) via email. This will allow the coach to adjust the days plan if necessary.
One parent must ski with each child in the Bunny Group. Group/Assistant Leaders may ask parents of older children to ski with the group occasionally. If you are not asked to ski with a group, then you are encouraged to meet someone new and enjoy your own 2 hour ski! Children tend to ski with kids the same age and ability level, however, please keep in mind there may be some group shuffling from time to time to ensure your child is getting the instruction and challenge they require.
Hydration, Nutrition and How to Carry Them
On our schedule most venues have warming huts, some are without warming huts. Skiers need to be dressed in layers for the appropriate weather. We strongly encourage each skier to bring water, a nutritious snack, sunglasses and an extra pair of mitts/gloves. Water can we carried in a variety of ways. We encourage you to have a few ‘dry runs’ to determine how water and snacks will be transported prior to the first day.
The official cut off for skiing is -20 including wind chill. Cancellations will be emailed. There are times it is warmer in the mountains than in Calgary so please check Environment Canada for the most current weather information.