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We are meeting Sunday November 1!

Due to some confusion, this post is to clarify that the APJ Coaches would like to meet with everyone tomorrow for the first time this season.  Please attend tomorrow, Sunday November 1st, at 1:30 p.m. at the Assiniboine Park Duck Pond shelter.

It will be an important session for parents and kids alike… loads of ski season info, as well as fun and games.

Wear clothes that are weather-appropriate for this time of year (running shoes, T-shirts, hoodies, easy-to-run-around-in- pants…)

Registration is OPEN… the calendar is up…let’s SKI!

Welcome back to another year of APJ Jackrabbits skiing!  (With it being a balmy +17℃ today I’m sure you’re in the mood for snow, right?)

Please find the registration information (and current Zone 4 link) under the drop-down tab “About“.  Remember, parents register themselves, too (for free) for insurance purposes.

Check out all the cool events the coaches have planned for us this year:   2015-16 Schedule.  For those who’d like to visually see a calendar, use the drop-down menu and view Calendar under “2015-16 Schedule”.

See you on November 1st!

A few things to note…

This website has been undergoing a number of changes over the past few weeks.  Bear with me as I stumble over some of the hurdles that come along with navigating new territory.  The menu now has a drop-down option so please take note of the extra links attached to “About”, “Photo Gallery”, and “Marketplace”.

  1. Please spread the word to your friends and family that they are to FOLLOW this website in order to receive email notifications re: any posts to this site.  All announcements about our ski club will be made through website posts from now on.  Please remind fellow club members about this change.
  2. Registration for APJ will be closing in a few weeks (December). You must register for the club for insurance reasons and so the coaches can contact you when necessary.
  3. A “Buy & Sell” section is now attached to this website.  You can find out more about it under “Marketplace”.
  4. Photos have been posted from Sunday’s dry-land session.
  5. Check out the coaches’ bios and photos.  Every coach took time to write a blurb about her- or himself in order for you to know each one better!  Take time to read their stories.