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11/20/2017

Most Skiwerx clubs begin the week of Dec 4th, however, there is a price hike today so get your...

12/02/2017

9am-2pm at Elm Creek Park in Maple Grove. On snow (hopefully) technical training for your ski...

12/04/2017

Most Skiwerx clubs begin the week of Dec 4th. Skiwerx Clubs register from the "Register Today"...

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SkiSparks Clubs are open for adaptive youth for the 2017-18 season. Look for the "Adaptive Skier...

What: MyXC Community Infrastructure Matching Grants
Grant money can be used for grooming...

The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation (ABSF) has expanded their Skier Development Grants...

It is with great enthusiasm, that we introduce Chrissy Snider, long time (and not retiring) MYSL...

Our annual Leader Summit was held in March. Attached are the Minutes and the Agenda (including...

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How do I find equipment for my child?

There are a variey of options for equipment.

1. Some MYSL CLUBS have rental equipment...

Where do I start? What is club membership?

The MYSL is a league of clubs around the midwest that meet weekly in the winter (usually eight...

When should I register? What is the refund policy?

Regisration will open in early October (no earlier than October 10th).  Many MYSL SkiSparks...

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Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer award pins. This is an...

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MyXC adds Adaptive Programming

SkiSparks Clubs are open for adaptive youth for the 2017-18 season. Look for the "Adaptive Skier" selections as part of club registration.

Youth with physical disabilities that may limit the use of poles/s or lower leg impairments, visual impaired youth and sit skiers* are welcome. All skiers, adaptive and non-adaptive, will be in the same programming, with appropriate modifications made when necessary. 

MyXC Community Infrastructure Matching Grants

What: MyXC Community Infrastructure Matching Grants
Grant money can be used for grooming and snow making equipment that primarily supports nordic skiing. Building projects/upgrades are also allowed if nordic skiing is the primary use. Projects that are not entirely dedicated to nordic skiing may be funded at a lower level.

Who: MyXC Clubs
All MYSL clubs are eligible. Grants will be limited on a yearly cycle to $3000 total for all awardees. $1000 maximum per club.

Birkie Foundation and MYSL Partner to Provide Equipment Grants

The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation (ABSF) has expanded their Skier Development Grants program to  include up to three matching grants (MYSL and ABSF both award up to $1000) for equipment for MYSL SkiSparks or Skiwerx Clubs. For more details and how to apply :

http://www.birkie.com/live/philanthropy/skier-development-fund/

We are very happy to be working with the Birkie to expand the opportunities for youth skiing in the Midwest!

 

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