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FRAA Update Community Hall October 27, 200

Field Recreation Advisory Association (FRAA) has resumed programs at Field Community Hall, based on guidelines from the British Columbia Provincial Health Officer. 

Please visit:  http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19

Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face.

Keep your hands at your side when possible.

When you are out in public, keep 2 metres between yourself and others. 

Stay home when you are sick, even if symptoms are mild.

Cough and sneeze into your elbow or sleeve.

Avoid social activities in large gatherings.

Wear a mask indoors when physical distancing is not possible.

Guidelines and Information to Attend Town Hall Meeting September 28,2020

The Field Recreation Advisory Association is excited to offer two options to participate in the Town Hall Meeting. We ask you to consider which option is best for you and follow directions for your choice. It’s a different scenario for a time that asks all of us to take care of ourselves and our neighbours.

Option 1: In-Person Attendance at Field Community Hall

Maximum attendance including Board Members and Presenters: 28

Please RSVP to fieldraa@gmail.com or call 587-222-6065 to confirm attendance by noon on Sunday, September 27, 2020, with the number of people in your bubble who will be seated together.

Dress warmly. The FRAA plans to have windows and/or doors open for good ventilation inside the Community Hall.

Bring a mask. Please wear it to protect others in attendance.

Hand sanitizer will be at the entrance. If you prefer to use soap and water, a hand washing station will be available inside the public washroom.

Please maintain 2 meters distance between others in attendance who are not part of your bubble.

If you feel unwell, please stay home.

Option 2: You are invited to a Zoom Virtual Visit.

Broadcast starts at 7:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Join the Virtual Visit

https://phsa.zoom.us/j/64428229179?pwd=QzM1TkFlWlhkbk5wZU9SNjF0NlJVUT09

Meeting ID: 644 2822 9179

Password: 666238

Can’t join by computer or mobile device? Join by telephone: 1 833 955 1088 (Toll-free)

FRAA Update Public Health Guidelines July 22, 2020

Field Recreation Advisory Association (FRAA) has resumed programs at Field Community Hall, based on guidelines from the British Columbia Provincial Health Officer. 

Please visit:  http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19

Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face.

Keep your hands at your side when possible.

When you are out in public, keep 2 metres between yourself and others. 

‎Stay home when you are sick, even if symptoms are mild.

Cough and sneeze into your elbow or sleeve.

Avoid social activities in large gatherings. 

Moon Light Ski Friday, January 18, 2019

Canada Day 2018

Yoho Blow Days 2018 Champions and Results

Yoho Blow 2018 Champions and Results

Thank you to all the hard-working Volunteers who shovelled snow, set up the perimeter fence, created a warm, welcoming atmosphere inside the Community Hall and cleaned up every morning, cleared mounds of snow off the rink for hockey, worked bar and food shifts, made a very challenging Heritage Relay course and timed the contestants, built a Bocce Tournament schedule and kept it on track in tough weather conditions, organized indoor games and activities for kids, played music, packed the Downull Race Course, organized and timed the downhill racers and made really good food to share at the Pot Luck Supper.
Thanks to all the hardy participants and contestants who braved the raging Yoho Blow to make the Yoho Blow Days a crazy, wonderful success.
It takes a Village to put on an event!

Bocce Tournament Results

1st – Goats in the Woods: Jeremy, Doug, Paulina, Dave
2nd – Canadian Rocky’s: Flint, Katje, Vic, Baptiste, Frank, Janna
3rd – Short and Curlies: Judy, Shelley, Shane, Gina

Heritage Relay Results

1st – Dave and Keith in 5 minutes 40 seconds
2nd – Baptiste and Patrick in six minutes 50 seconds
3rd – The Outdoorsmen, Shane and Wally in 7 minutes 5 seconds

Anything Goes Downhill Race Results
(from the Reservoir to 1 Avenue on the Cemetery Road and Brook Lane)

1st – Jen in 1 minute 57 seconds
2nd – Peter in 1 minute 58 seconds
3rd – Charlie in 2 minutes 3 seconds

Kicking Horse Ski Club’s 30th Anniversary Celebration

KHSC is 30 years in 2017 —Join us for the celebration at Emerald Lake Lodge February 16th, 2017

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The Kicking Horse Ski Club started in Nov. 1987

You are invited to Emerald Lake Lodge, our neighbours & sponsors since the start of the Club. This is a CELEBRATION! 1987-2017!

Special “members” overnight rate including 2 dinners & 2 breakfasts starting at $227.00 (for two people!). You may extend room stay on Wed. Feb 15 for $119.00)

18% gratuities and taxes added to all meals.

All bookings are made through Emerald Lake Lodge @ 250-343-6321. Reserve NOW!

Bring a friend—everyone is welcome!

Note: You must be a member of the Club to stay overnight at this SPECIAL MEMBERS RATE on Feb. 16th. Please get your card prior to arriving at the lodge. Visit the Membership & Perks page. January would be an ideal time for us to send out your cards.

Skating at the rink is on!

Thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work in this cold weather to flood the rink, and usher in winter!

Rink is Ready!

The rink is now ready for the 2014/2015 season. Enjoy!