The Bunnyrabbits program includes Bunnytots and Bunnies.
Saturdays 10:30 - 11:30 am Jan 7, through to March 4, 2017 - $100
Bunny tots is the program of choice for the youngest of the Caledonia Nordic family and the most adorable first step of the Skill Development Program. These eager 3 year olds are in the "Active Start" portion of the LTAD. They can be found in the stadium on Saturday afternons playing games and telling stories with lots of laughter! Bunny Tots is a mandatory parent participation program and caregivers are expected to join in the fun. Lessons are one hour or less in duration and are followed by cookies and drinks. Bunny Tots and parents are invited to participate in all extra Skill Development Program events.
Tuesdays January 10, through to March 4, 2017 - $100
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Saturdays January 7, through to March 4, 2017 - $100
10:30 - 11:30am
Bunnies is the most popular program on offer for the active 4 and 5 year old nordic skier. These young skiers are in the 'Active Start' stage of development and can mostly be found in the stadium enjoying games, stories and fun while learning basic ski skills. Occasionally these brave youngsters will venture as far as the gravel pit to take in the sunshine and maybe roast some marshmallows! Bunnies is a parent participation program and caregivers will have a great time joining in. Lessons are approximately one hour and are followed by cookies and drinks. Bunnies are invited to participate in all extra Skill Development Program events. This program fills up very fast so please register early to avoid disappointment.
**Please note that all particpants must be members of CNSC. This includes parents that will be attending with their child. **
Practice details are communicated using the SDP Calendar, located on the CNSC website under the Events tab. Please check for this calendar closer to the session start date, as it is still under development. Winter Training Sessions will be held at Otway Nordic Center unless otherwise noted.
Dress your bunny/bunnytot in layers with natural fibers next to their skin (ie. merino), merino socks, waterproof mitts, snowpants and jacket, and a toque that stays put! Avoid cotton at all costs. Also keep in mind the COLD WEATHER POLICY
Fundraising and Volunteer:
The success of this program hinges on volunteer coaches and parent help in a variety of disciplines. For every child registered in the program, there is a need for volunteer help from at least one parent. Parents are encouraged to find a volunteer role that best suits their schedule, interest and abilities. The club requires both new and experienced coaches at various levels, so if you are interested in coaching and don’t want to coach your own child, that’s not a problem. We’ll help you find a suitable coaching role. The club provides coach training, and you provide your time and knowledge to develop future athletes. If you would prefer a volunteer task that does not involve coaching, fantastic! We’ve got tasks for you. Please complete the volunteer section on the Zone4 registration to identify your interests.
The 2016-2017 season brings the need to fundraise in order to support programs. A fundraising policy is currently under development. More information will be distributed once the policy is finalized. If you would like to be involved in coordinating fundraising activities, please send an e-mail expressing your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration opens early September on Zone4.ca and closes December 1