Snow Valley Ski Club’s
2016-17 Annual General Meeting
Sunday, October 15th at 4:30 pm in the Rainbow Valley Chalet.
All 2016-17 adult members have voting privileges.
Snow Valley Ski Club and Snow Valley Racing Association welcome winter back with Ski Swap and Sale on October 14 and 15.
Drop off items to be consigned for just $2 each on Saturday, October 14 between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Print off your own Consignment Form here.
Season Pass holders can come back between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm Saturday night for a sneak peak sale!
Sunday, October 15 is the official sale day from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm. Admission is $2 each or $5 per family.
We’ll have food trucks and a fun castle from REMAX to keep you fueled and having fun.
Wondering how it all works? Lots of help is always around from volunteers and even some of our retail partners provide some staff to assist. A pre-sizing area will once again be a feature of Snow Rider so you know what size to look for and avoid getting something that doesn’t really fit well.
All proceeds go to Snow Valley Ski Club and Snow Valley Racing Association.
Please call 780-434-3991 and make your purchase and book your lesson programs over the phone. Operators are standing by…seriously!
All Fall Programs are now three weeks in length beginning in December. If the last two seasons are any indication, that will be perfect timing. If the 5 previous opening days before 2015-16 are any indication, we’ll have lots of time to get out there and play before programs begin. You could also book a private lesson if you can’t wait…
Park Patrol is for those wanting to learn how to use the terrain park and complete tricks under control and safely. Available for both skiers and snowboarders it is offered in separate sessions or a full 10 week course running January to mid March. All sessions are 2 hours long so there’s lots of time to learn and get to know everyone.
A full season program running each week at 1:30 pm is tailor-made for those able to get out during the day and get some turns under the direction of a CSIA ro CASI certified instructor. A great way to meet new friends or get back together with current ones!
Focusing on the success of Snow Valley Aerial Park this summer and the ease of a winter season pass to access the lifts, we’ve created something special for the family. The all new 365 Family Pass. At just $999.00 plus GST, a family of up to five (under same restrictions as a ski club family season pass) will get access to Snow Valley Ski Club all winter, followed by access to Snow Valley Aerial Park for the entire 2018 season! Each pass will have unique artwork, individual family member’s photo, and be valid from Opening Day 2017 until the Aerial Park closes in October of 2018.
Any way you look at it, 2017-18 is already shaping up to be a great season and it’s only AUGUST!
Today is our ALL DAY Food Bank Friday and Spring Break Camps will run Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Then the 2016-17 season comes to a close Wednesday, March 29 at 5:00 pm.
Thank you to all who came to enjoy all that we can provide: lifts, rentals, lessons, sessions, poutine, hot chocolate and most of all: FUN! We like to say we “Make Winter Fun”, when actually, YOU make winter fun.
Thank you and see you at Snow Valley Aerial Park on May 20 or sometime during the summer!
Snow Valley Ski Club is open for the 2016-17 season.
Man, that was nerve wracking! The waiting ….and waiting ….and then…waiting some more!
We hope every one can come out and enjoy the snow. Snow making will continue over night and in areas that are currently closed.
Remember Season Pass holders get discounts across western Canada resorts and shops right here in Edmonton.
Next week is our Annual Winterfest – learn more here on our Events Page.
So this is how it’s done…
This Friday, March 27th is the final Food Bank Friday! ALL DAY you can ski or snowboard for just $10 with a donation to Edmonton’s Food Bank! Come at 9:00 am or anytime before we close for the night and you can ride for just $10 with a donation.
So far we have collected just over 4000 kilograms of food. We can do better with you help.
Thank you from Snow Valley Ski Club and the Edmonton Food Bank.
This is always a great day to break up the winter with the whole family. Activities abound throughout the city. Snow Valley is no exception. We’ll have our Annual Fun Race, Hot chocolate and much more all day long. But who do we owe thanks for this ‘day off’? We have to go back almost 25 years.
The holiday was proclaimed by Lieutenant Governor Helen Hunley, on the advice of her premier, Don Getty. Premier Getty said it was important for all Albertans to take time for their families, and that this holiday would emphasize the importance of family values.
The holiday was first celebrated in 1990. Alberta was the only province in Canada to have a statutory holiday in February until Saskatchewan began observing it in 2007.
Getty came in for considerable criticism at the time. Many employers felt that an additional statutory holiday was an unnecessary financial burden. In response to the criticism, the holiday of Heritage Day was downgraded to a civic holiday, meaning employers are not required to observe this day. Under Alberta law, the employer may choose to observe Heritage Day as a general holiday, under which rules applying to general holiday pay will be used.