Upcoming events

    • 27 Dec 2014
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 27 Dec 2014
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 12
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 27 Dec 2014
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 27 Dec 2014
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 12
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 27 Dec 2014
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 28 Dec 2014
    • 12:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park

    Join your ski friends and make a few more. Bring a salad, main course or desert to Selkirk Lodge at noon.

    • 03 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 03 Jan 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 1

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

    Class maximum: 10. Deadline: Dec 29 or once full.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 03 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
          Late registration cost is $95 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 11
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 12
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 10 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 7:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10
    This clinic will cover a number of back-country skills and topics including ascent and descent techniques, with an ascent to the summit of Mt. Spokane.
         Participants can use either AT (alpine touring) or telemark gear. Rentals are available at Mountain Gear in Spokane.
         Meet in Selkirk Lodge
    Registration is open until Friday, Jan 17 or until class is full.
         Minimum experience:
    must be able to sustain a slow to moderate uphill pace for an hour, and be able to descend a “blue” ski run (intermediate descending skills).

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors




    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 5

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    The SWIX wax clinic will cover basic waxing technique as well as some current trends in the waxing industry.  It will cater the presentation to all skill levels but focus on the process of waxing and the tools and equipment necessary to maximize your skis life and performance.

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors




    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 8

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6

    Please arrive in the Selkirk Lodge ten minutes before your lesson. If you have any questions about your lessons, email lessons@spokanenordic.org. See you up there!

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 12

    This lesson is for Classic Style, Intermediate-level. Meet 10 minutes beforehand in the Selkirk Lodge. The lesson will take you to lunch at the Nova Hut. Plan on one hour for the lesson and then at linger for lunch before skiing back to Selkirk Lodge. 

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park

    Ski to Nova Hut for Cider and hot lunch. Three options, all leaving at 11 a.m. from the main trail sign above the Selkirk Lodge.
        > Cider Trail Group Ski
        > Back-Cider guided back-country trek
        > Moose Droppings scavenger hunt

    You can change your choice that morning, but this gives us an idea what to expect. See you there!


    Thanks to our Winterfest sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park

    A fun-filled 2-person relay sprint race featuring lots of ... you guessed it ... donuts!
         Two categories: lighthearted and competitive
         Teams of mixed ages / genders will add to the fun.
         Every team is guaranteed at least 2 races
         Meet at the Training Area up the hill from Selkirk Lodge.

         Registration is preferred by January 9, but show up and we'll slot you in.

    Thanks to our Winterfest Sponsors


    • 11 Jan 2015
    • 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10
    This clinic is an introduction to skijoring, the perfect union of man's best friend and everyone's favorite winter activity!
         Meet inside Selkirk Lodge without dogs, then move onto the snow with dogs after a brief introduction.
         Registration is open until Friday, Jan 17 or until class is full. Day-of registration may be available but is not guaranteed. If registration is full, email info@spokanenordic to be put on the waiting list.
        Humans will need a skijor belt and tether line. Dogs will need to have a proper fitting harness in order to participate in the clinic. Some equipment may be available to borrow for the day, depending on the size of the dog.
         The $5 registration fee goes toward Skijoring development on Mt. Spokane.
         If you have questions, email kate.murphy.burns@gmail.com


    Thanks to our Winterfest sponsors




    • 17 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 17 Jan 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 17 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 24 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 24 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 24 Jan 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 24 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 25 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 31 Jan 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 31 Jan 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 31 Jan 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 01 Feb 2015
    • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    Learn more and register at souperbowlspokane.org
    • 07 Feb 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 07 Feb 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 07 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 08 Feb 2015
    • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    Learn more and register at spokanelanglauf.org
    • 14 Feb 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 14 Feb 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 14 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.



    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 10

    Youth Rangers, a new program for kids 10-15 years old, is a next step for those who are looking to use their Nordic skiing skills as a base for wider experience in winter survival, ski patrol, ski instruction, and other aspects of Nordic Skiing.

         Participants will meet for three-hour Saturday afternoon sessions for 8 weeks. While they will spend a portion of their time enriching their skiing skills, the majority of the program is focused on rescue and aid techniques and back-country survival skills under the guidance of Ski Patrol members, Mt. Spokane Rangers, and other experienced outdoor adventure enthusiasts. They will also learn basics of ski instruction, which may include assisting with Nordic Kids lessons.

         Sessions (subject to change)

    • Back-country skiing

    • Introduction to Park Ranger

    • Alpine Safety / Survival Skills

    • Introduction to Ski Patrol

    • Skate Skiing

    • Orienteering

    • Ski Instructing

         If you have questions about the Youth Rangers program, please contact Ryan Schulte at res201453@gmail.com.

    REGISTRATION
      
       In order to register a participant for Youth Rangers, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed your membership for this year, please renew now.
          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.
         If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Youth Rangers, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue online or send you a mail-in form.



    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    NORDIC KIDS SKI LESSONS run every Saturday between January 3 and February 21, 2015.
          Lessons take place at the Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park.
         Cost is $65 for the first child and $60 per child after that.
          If you have questions, please contact Brad Thiessen at info@spokanenordic.org, (509) 869-3042.
          In order to be registered, Parent or Guardian must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you are a past member but have not renewed for this year yet, please log into the system by clicking the link at the top-right side of the home page, and renew now.
          If you are having problems renewing your membership and/or signing up for Nordic Kids, please email info@spokanenordic.org. We will help resolve the issue on-line or send you a mail-in form.

          If you previously filled out a registration form and would like to add another child or children, please complete a new (2nd) registration form.

    PARENTS' ROLES
         Nordic Kids is entirely run by parent volunteers.In order to make sure the students receive the instruction and organization they deserve, we have to require some time from at least one parent or adult from every family. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer:
         - On the Snow: each group of 5 to 8 kids will need 2 or 3 adult leaders, every week. You don't need to be an expert, just willing to lead and have fun!
         - Coordinators: will serve as communication facilitators for each group.
         - Lodge Helpers: will do check in, check out, snacks, patrolling the lodge area, and clean up.
         Your involvement doesn't require a huge amount of time -- just 3 shifts during the season. And the jobs are easy and fun!



    Thanks to Camp Spalding and Saint George's School for their support.


    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 21 Feb 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
    • 6
    Each adult lessons is a stand-alone session, but can also be taken as a program; you can sign up for one or all sessions (sign up for each separately). Each session is $30.
         In order to be registered, you or a family member must be a Spokane Nordic member. You can become a member by filling out our on-line membership form.
         If you have problems registering, please email info@spokanenordic.org.
    • 28 Feb 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park

    More information and registration will be coming soon. Stay tuned!

    • 01 Mar 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park

    Registration coming soon.

    Learn more at spokanenordic.com/challenge.


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to foster cross-country skiing within the greater Spokane community.

Spokane Nordic Ski Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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