Kim Palfenier

The winter swim season is taking registrations.

Sport sampler slated for Nelson

While the Olympics may not be a goal for most of us, the influence and impact that sport has on us and our community cannot be denied

The winter swim season is taking registrations.
The Nelson Leafs will be hitting the ice next month.

Summer sports heating up in Nelson

Nelson is fast becoming the place for water sports.

The Nelson Leafs will be hitting the ice next month.

Summer fun… naturally

It is still very important for children to partake in unscheduled self-directed playtime

The ultimate frisbee tournament is coming back to Nelson this summer.

Summer a time of action in Nelson

Summer camps are plentiful in Nelson and area. A list, flyer and information can be found on the Nelson Regional Sports Council website

The ultimate frisbee tournament is coming back to Nelson this summer.
The recreation master plan is looking for your input.

Get in on the Nelson Recreation Master Plan

It is evident by the amount of participation in sport and recreation in our community that physical activity is very important us.

The recreation master plan is looking for your input.

Sample some great activities in the Nelson area

This time of year brings out the youthful energetic feelings in us all, and nothing seems more youthful to me than skipping.

The Rick Hansen Many in Motion tour when it came through the Nelson area last month.

Get out on Kootenay Lake

The Nelson Rowing Club will be running its Learn to Row program starting in May

The Rick Hansen Many in Motion tour when it came through the Nelson area last month.
Members of the Nelson Regional Sports Council pose with Many in Motion Tour honoured medal bearer Ed Natyshak who was chosen in early March.

Nelson’s difference makers

It may be cliché to say, but community vitality depends upon the people who devote their time, energy and lives to others.

Members of the Nelson Regional Sports Council pose with Many in Motion Tour honoured medal bearer Ed Natyshak who was chosen in early March.
Baseball season is just days away for local kids.

Getting ready to play ball in Nelson

Upcoming spring activities are on the coattails of Easter (and all that chocolate) this year.

Baseball season is just days away for local kids.
Time is running out to register for Nelson Youth Soccer.

Making the best of spring snow in Nelson

Rain at city level quite often means snow up at the hill.

Time is running out to register for Nelson Youth Soccer.

The switch to spring for Kootenay sports

While the weather keeps toying with our senses, it is no time for organizers to hang back.

Winter winding down for Nelson area sports scene

Just a few last chances to try out or participate in some winter activities before they finish up their seasons.

Registration for the upcoming minor baseball season is now open.

In the heart of winter, thinking of spring

As we head into the second half of winter many in and outdoor activities are flourishing and open to all ages.

Registration for the upcoming minor baseball season is now open.

Planning, playing, appreciation

Before anyone steps on the slopes, ice or field, much planning and preparation is necessary.

The Nelson Neptunes are keeping in shape over winter.

Nelson winter fun kicks back in, keep eye on spring

The new year tends to bring resolutions to get fit and healthy

The Nelson Neptunes are keeping in shape over winter.

Winter fun picks up in Nelson

A look at winter sports and recreation in Nelson with Kim Palfenier

ABCs of Nelson sport

A look around Nelson and the area at some of the sport and recreation activities.

Winter sports take hold

The first snow flurry always makes it easier to lace up the skates and play inside or to dust off the outdoor gear ready.

Not just a snow and ice season

At this time of year you’re hard pressed to find a public sport in this region that isn’t played on ice or snow.

Making sport more affordable

Nelson sport clubs are mostly run by volunteers without whom registration and other operation costs would be much higher than they are.