Wanted: your time and talent!

Throughout the year, Keweenaw Nordic can use a hand. We have jobs both lightweight and heavy, clean and dirty, hot or cold, you name it! We’ll keep our trail users informed via blog posts, emails, and this web page.

Can you help out with our winter events? We’d appreciate it!

Candle Luminary Ski/Chili Cook-off, date TBD – contact John Diebel,  john.diebel@nullsbcglobal.net  or 281-1486 

Retro Ski, Sunday February 3, 2019 – contact Jay Green,   jbgreen45@nullcharter.net  or  370-1400

Barnelopet, Sunday February 10, 2019 – contact Wayne Stordahl, wr.emstordz@nullsbcglobal.net  or  482-0292

Glide N Gorge, Saturday March 2, 2019 – contact Sandy Aronson, sandyaronsonpt@nullgmail.com  or 370-1077

volunteers

All types of jobs for volunteers of all ages available! Join us for some fun community service.

Various other odd jobs always needing done:
  • Spread the word! Visit with people you encounter on the trail, ask them if they’ve purchased a pass to support the trails. If not, encourage them to do so. Tell them about our capital campaign. With every trail user’s help,  we’ll be able to accomplish trail improvements to benefit all.
  • Clear branches and sticks off of the trail
  • Clean the chalet bathrooms (supplies are under the sink in the main room)
  • Restock kiosk maps and day pass envelopes (we’ll give you a store room key)
  • Round up fire wood for event bon fires (usually an armload or 2 of cut and split wood is all we need)

 

  • Candle Luminary Event & Chili Cook-off
    December 26, 2018 6:00 pm

    Ski, snow shoe, pedal your snow bike or walk around a loop lit by beautiful luminaria. First annual Chili-Cook off to follow - bring your appetite! Roast hot dogs and marshmallows by the bonfire. Bring your left over holiday goodies to share! Guaranteed family fun to cap off the holidays.

  • Heikinpaiva parade!
    January 26, 2019 10:30 am

    Join in the fun! March with KNSC as "the bear rolls over". Line up at the Scott Hotel parking lot at 10:30, parade at 11. Lots of fun at the Finnish American Heritage Center afterwards.

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