Thursday, 26 January 2017

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Monday, 7 November 2016

Fall Work Bee!

A report from our illustrious President:
Hi All    The club had a great turn out for the first work bee in unusual warm 17 degree weather!  A volunteer group of twleve including past park manager Barry Rudy and current manager, Brian Dudar.  Many hands made light work and we were all cut, split and stacked before noon.  The splitter did jam near the end of the pile but the old reliable axe did the rest.   Following the work, discussions were held with Dudar regarding clearing the remaining trails, which will happen following the freezing of the sloughs and low areas to allow ATV and brush cutter access. The majority of the trails are dry, cut and ready for snow.  Hikers may walk the trails now from the Park Hall and from the East gate (follow the flags) to make it to the shelter.  Attached also is a pic of the new seat covers with a brighter blue denim upostery material with new styrefoam.  Rob will you please do a writeup for local newspaper.  Will you ladies also update members by email and on website.  Thank You and Take Care Darryl

Sunday, 23 October 2016

Annual General Meeting

Greetings to all, hope the summer kept you in shape for the up coming ski season! 
We have our Annual General Meeting Thursday Oct 27 at 7:00 pm at the Lunn Hotel in Canora. Please do attend this meeting so that you can help set a plan for the up coming ski season. 
Trail and shelter clean up, Restocking the wood supply and special events like the Lamplighter Loppet are just a few of the things to be discussed. 
See you there. 
Thank you 
-Anne -

Monday, 22 February 2016

Great Fun at Night Loppet 2016

Good Spirit always rolls out the red carpet for our guests!  Lots of great fun at our 2016 Night Loppet!! 

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

We are invited to Duck Mountain Loppet!

The Kamsack Ski Club invites you and your Nordic Ski Club to join us at the 37th Annual Duck Mountain Loppet on Saturday, February 27th 2016

Duck Mountain Provincial Park offers a number of the best cross-country skiing trails in the province. There are routes varying in distance from 5 to 45 kilometers with 6 shelters available during the loppet which offer warmth, provisions and a chance to enjoy the amazing scenery and wildlife in this beautiful part of Saskatchewan. This year we have a new trail which provides skiers with the chance to complete 25 kilometers!

Your registration fee not only gains you access to the loppet, you will also receive a meal and the chance to relax and socialize with friends and other participants at the end of your ski. If you are pre-registering please send cheques payable to the KAMSACK SKI CLUB

Plus you will receive a Duck Mountain Loppet commemorative pin and the chance to buy Duck Mountain Loppet merchandise, this year we once again have toques, t-shirts, caps & more all for sale.


Resources attached for distribution or publication by your ski club or association–

2016 Duck Mountain Loppet Registration Form
2016 Duck Mountain Loppet Poster
2016 Duck Mountain Loppet Entry Fees


Kev Sumner
Recreation Director
Town of Kamsack
Box 729, 161 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. W
Kamsack, SK
S0A 1S0