The Pemberton Youth Soccer League will be holding registration on Friday, Sept. 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Community Centre. Players must be registered to play.
This year Pemberton has joined B.C. Soccer, along with Whistler, and kids in the U11 groups and up will be playing in Squamish. The first games are scheduled for Sept. 17 and the season will run through the end of October.
The age groups will be restructured to meet B.C. Soccer standards, with teams from U7 to U18, boys and girls. In addition to the added competition of Whistler and Squamish teams, joining B.C. Soccer means better insurance, clinics for coaches and referees, and access to many tournaments. Val Fowler is the leagues new administrator and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More coaches are needed this year. Each team has one practice and one game every week. Contact Val if youre interested.
Pemberton/Whistler Karate Club holding fall signup
The Pemberton/Whistler Karate Club is holding a fall sign-up for children and adults in both communities. Adult classes take place every Monday and Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Signal Hill School in Pemberton and Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Myrtle Philip Community Centre from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Childrens classes are Monday and Wednesday at Signal Hill, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The chief instructor for the club is Wim Tewinkel, a fifth degree black belt, and all coaches are NCCP certified. The cost is $45 a month for adults, $35 for children, and your first lesson is free.
What: Strut Your Stuff!
Where: Whistler Secondary School
When: Saturday, Sept. 11, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Sports and recreation associations, community groups meet under one roof to share information with the public, show off what they have to offer, and sign up kids for the coming year. To book a table for your group contact Sheila or Julia at 604-905-9393.
What: Samurai of Singletrack
Where: Still secret.
When: Saturday, Sept. 11
This race is sold out, and theres even a waiting list for volunteers. Still, you can come out and cheer on the field of 100 riders as they take on some of the most challenging singletrack trails Whistler has to offer. More information will be posted in the coming weeks.
What: Womens Hockey League Draft
Where: Meadow Park Arena
When: Tuesday, Sept. 14, 8:15 p.m.
Looking to play womens hockey this year? The league is holding its annual draft night on Sept. 14, giving newcomers to the area a chance to show the teams what they can do. Bring a $10 drop-in fee, and come dressed in full gear. Must be 19 or older.
What: Sugoi Dirt Series Camp
When: Sept. 18-19
Nesters Market is sponsoring this two-day mountain biking skills camp, which is open to adults of all ages and abilities, men and women. Over two days participants will learn new skills with fully certified instructors, then apply those skills to local trails and even the mountain bike park. Camp includes lunches from Nesters, a Sleemans Social on Saturday, Sugoi prizes and more. The cost is $19. For more information call 604-905-8876 or e-mail email@example.com.
What: 11 th Annual West Side Wheel Up
Where: West Side trials
When: Saturday, Sept. 18
After being cancelled last season due to the backcountry fire restrictions, the West Side Wheel Up mountain bike race a fundraiser for the B.C. Disabled Ski Team is back. More information will be posted in the coming weeks.
What: Sea2Summit Adventure Race
Where: Squamish to Whistler
When: Sept. 18-19
This two-day adventure race includes sea kayaking, mountain biking, orienteering, trekking and a variety of other challenges. You get to sleep in your own bed between the two days of competition, but how much sleep you get depends on how quickly you can wrap up day one. There are categories for solos, teams of two and teams of four. For more information and registration visit ww.sea2summit.com.
What: Terry Fox Run
Where: Riverside RV Park and Campground
When: Sunday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m.
Walk or run the 5 km or 10 km loops in the 23 rd annual Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research. Whether you do it for friends and family, or you do it for fun, just be sure and do it. Pledge forms are available online, and you can register in advance on-site starting at 9 a.m.
What: Cheakamus Challenge Fall Classic
Where: Squamish to Whistler
When: Saturday, Sept. 25
The 20 th annual Cheakamus Challenge will be a little different than past years with the addition of the Far Side and Tunnel Vision to the route. The race is now 72.5 km in length with more than 2,100 vertical metres of climbing and more singletrack than ever before. For more information and registration visit www.cheakamuschallenge.ca.
What: Trail Running
Where: Meet at Escape Route
When: Tuesdays at 6 p.m.
Join Whistler Running Experience for a group run around local trails. No experience is necessary as groups will be broken into beginner, intermediate and advanced runners.
What: Whistler Kayak Club
Where: Beginners meet at Wayside Park
When: Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
It costs $30 to join and $5 for a weekly drop-in fee. This is a great deal for beginners who want to learn to kayak with experienced professionals. More experienced kayakers will meet at different local creeks each week and break into groups based on their skill levels. Call 604-905-2925 or write firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.