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!
We have fired up the Website groomers! They are hard at work getting the site ready for the new season. And like trail grooming, it can take some time.
It may look different every time you visit, some links may not work, some pages may not have any content…but don’t be dismayed, the pages and posts will be in good shape come ski season.
Thanks for your understanding and patience!
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 and how far it has come!@If interested in getting a printed copy of the book, please email email@example.com.
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 the business meeting.
We were pleased that so many of those who have participated in the operation of the ski club over the years were in attendance.