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If you were anywhere downtown last weekend you probably bumped into a visiting soccer player (or 400).
With extreme temperatures for this time of year it’s a good idea to take your summer visitors to the water or to head for the shade.
Sports columnist Kim Palfenier says there's lots going on: tennis, kayaking, sailing, riding, martial arts...
Hockey registration, whitewater rafting, kayaking, golf, pickleball, and sports grants...
"Physical literacy is a goal of any Sport for Life model and is best integrated at the earliest ages."
Athletic activities abound and the Nelson Cycling Club bike swap happens tomorrow at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club.
Despite the odd weather pattern since January we can now officially say it is spring. That means a new season of activities is beckoning.
Skiing, soccer, gymnastics, martial arts, volleyball-- there's lots to do this spring.
Registration for the Nelson Youth Soccer spring outdoor season is now open with the house league deadline being March 1.
The newly opened (and absolutely awesome) Cube Climbing Centre at Selkirk College’s Mary Hall is offering many programs.
For those who were itching to get on the slopes or on the cross-country trails the latest snow storms provided the very thing.
There are plenty of opportunities to get physical in Nelson.
Eric Sinker from ViaSport, BC explained the impact this comprehensive model can have on the healthy active lifestyle
Sports Day in Canada on November 29 provides the perfect day to recognize the difference sport makes in our community.
Sports Day Canada is coming up next month and this year the Nelson organizing team is stepping it up a notch by extending the event.
Now that summer is officially at an end, fall and winter sports are gearing up.
Locally, winter sport prep is gearing up while some of us keep an iron grip on summertime activities.
At this stage of the summer some may groan at the utterance of that proverbial back to school banter.
Thankfully our area provides both naturally occurring and city provided facilities making it easy to enjoy the summer.
If you feel like doing something a little more organized (by someone else preferably) there are plenty of local activities available.