If you got back from spring break and realized you forgot to register into the next season’s worth of sport, don’t fear, there’s still time.
Registrations are still being accepted for Nelson Youth Soccer. Other housekeeping details for the NYS league include practices being scheduled to begin the week of April 25 (weather and field condition dependant), with league games scheduled to start April 30. Players will be notified of their team and practice time after April 15.
A new Golden Age program for U10 age group begins this week. Coach training sessions are scheduled all through the month of April with coaches meetings on April 12 and 13.
For those wanting to earn a bit of cash, consider refereeing. See the website for details of April 8-10 entry level clinic. For more info on any of these details visit nys.ca.
Rhythmic Dimensions club offers programs for girls and women ages five and up in Nelson and Balfour. Learn to dance and perform with ribbons, hoops, balls, ropes, scarves and so much more in fun and creative programs.
The club is also excited to announce that it will be doing its first production at the Capitol Theatre in June with all students registered in the spring session having an opportunity to participate.
Spring session runs between March 28 and June 11 and times and costs vary.
To register or for more details contact 250-505-1812 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring also brings the ball diamond to mind. If you’re one of those adults thinking about playing slo-pitch this year go to the Nelson Mixed SloPitch website at nmsp.kics.bc.ca for sign up information, or call RJ Warren at 250-352-7247 or Ken Anderson at 250-352-9965.
Get your last spring fling on the slopes. Whitewater Ski Resort is still open until April 10. The conditions are great and there is a still lot of great skiing and snowboarding to be had.
Why not take a late season lesson? Group and private lessons are still available. Season Pass holders and Powder Plus card holders receive 50 per cent off private lessons until Friday.
To book your lessons call the Whitewater downtown office at 250-354-4944.
Kim Palfenier is executive director of the Nelson Regional Sports Council. Her column appears every other week in the Nelson Star.