The Nordic Heritage Sport Club strives to offer quality outdoor programs for everyone in the greater Presque Isle area, regardless of age or level or proficiency. Programs include one-day learn-to ski and bike clinics, citizens' races and events, youth ski and bike programs, geocaching clinics, full-moon ski tours, biathlon clinics, and social gatherings.
For more information about participating in or volunteering for upcoming NHSC programs, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Nordic Heritage Sport Club is excited to once again partner with SAD 1 Adult & Community Education to offer a fantastic program for all area youth. Students in Grades 3 and up will enjoy hiking and exploring the trails; the views and the wildlife are amazing! Cost: $30/student. Contact SAD 1 Adult & Community Education (207-764-4776) or visit www.msad1.coursestorm.com/course/trail-hiking?search=hiking FMI
The Nordic Heritage Center Youth Mountain Bike Program is for children in grades 4-8, in partnership with SAD 1 Adult & Community Education. We strongly encourage all area youth to come out and enjoy the fantastic single track mountain bikes trails the NHC has to offer. The cost to participate is $30/student. Rental bikes are available for use, but bring your own is encouraged. Click here for more info and to sign up!
The Nordic Heritage Sport Club in Presque Isle encourages the public to grab a mountain bike and come out to Nordic for a ride. Bring your friends and join our group mountain bike program. The group meets at 6 p.m. every Monday at the Nordic Welcome Center and Wednesday at Tom’s Trail trailhead at the facility entrance – weather permitting. Don’t forget to bring a light for your bike so you can find your way on the trails! Don’t have a mountain bike? No worries, we have a small fleet of bikes on hand, but sizes are limited. For more information contact Tom Chasse: 207-551-8956 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join our program leaders, Heidi and Kyle Bartley, along with his volunteer ski helpers each Saturday beginning Jan 25 from 10-12 p.m. and continuing until March 7. It is for children up to 14 years of age, although parents of children 6 and under are asked to accompany their child. The program is non-competitive and focused on improving basic cross country skiing skills through instruction, games, and skiing journeys on the many trails near the lodge. Canadians are welcome! Hot chocolate and granola bars are served at the end of each session. There is no cost to participants, but we do encourage families to become members of the club. Rentals are available for $7 at the Welcome Center if equipment is needed. There is no need to pre-register, a simple liability form will need to be completed at the start of the first session. For more information please contact email@example.com.
It takes a lot of hardworking volunteers to make the Nordic Heritage Center the best recreation center in The County. Join our volunteer Work Bee program and help us stay great! You can lend a hand cutting brush, clearing trails or doing other maintenance tasks. It's a great way to get outdoors and have some fun. We can use your help for however long you can join us. Report to the Welcome Center and we'll give you a job. If you've got tools, please bring them. Otherwise, we'll provide them. We will gather, rain or shine. For more information, please contact Tom Chasse: firstname.lastname@example.org. Like our Facebook page to hear when our next weekend Work Bee will happen.