Click here to read Ontario Parks article on Trail Sharing. Photos from our very own Mursphy’s Point were used to illustrate the article. We’re famous! For a full description click on the link but here, in a nutshell, are the five key rules of trail sharing etiquette: Read the signs Don’t hike or snowshoe onContinue reading “Trail Etiquette”
The Tay Valley Loppet is open for registration! Register through ZONE4 by clicking HERE! Note that if you enter your entire family in one transaction, there is a slight savings due to the $1 per transaction fee. For a complete description of the race distances, styles, deadlines, and fees, please visit our Loppet page.
The Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 4th. The club will meet in the Multipurpose Room at the Perth Pool. Start time 7 pm. As always, we will have a guest speaker to inspire and motivate. Check this space for updates on who will address the club. Please plan to attend. More toContinue reading “Club AGM – Nov 4”
The Friends of Murphys Point are raffling a beautiful handmade birch bark canoe on Oct. 14, 2019. Funds raised will support future Indigenous programming at the park. The poster below outlines how you can get your ticket. Please consider supporting our friends, the Friends of Murphys Point!
The Tay Valley Ski Club is launching the revised 2nd Edition of the ski club history. Here’s a link to the actual book: tay valley xcountry ski book 2018 A special Thank You to Don Boyle who wrote the updates and led the project. It’s very interesting to see the history of the club andContinue reading “Ski Club History!”
The 35th anniversary of our Ski Club’s partnership with Murphys Point Provincial Park was highlighted at the AGM on November 6, 2017 held in the Meeting Room at the Perth Pool. Curtis Thompson, park superintendent, presented club president, Drew Lampman, with a commemorative plaque. Those attending the AGM enjoyed a specially decorated cake after theContinue reading “Club Celebrates 35 Year Partnership with Murphys Point Provincial Park”