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Registration for the 2020-2021 season is now open. Please keep in mind that we are trying to operate under the state and local guidelines for adhering to Covid-19 mandates. Health testing protocols are being put in place for attending any trip. We are hoping that restrictions will ease as we get closer to our season. All of the currently-known trips are posted on our Calendar under the "More Info" tab at the top of the home page. There is a wealth of other information under that tab, as well.

Not Quite Ready Yet

We are still not ready yet. I know people are chomping at the bit (to use an archaic phrase) to get going, but we are still modifying our language. I'll let everyone know when we are ready for memberships.

NEW Important Announcement about 2020-2021 Season

We ARE going to have a season!  It may not be the season we envisioned, but we will be on the slopes offering ski and snowboard lessons in a Covid-responsible environment.

Updated (as of Mon Oct 19) 2020-2021 Season of Blizzard

<sigh> Latest headline is not good
‘We Are In The Second Surge’: Lightfoot Says Chicago Could Return To Phase 3 As Coronavirus Cases Soar
Chicago's averaging 508 new cases per day, a 45 percent increase from just one week ago, though testing has only increased 11 percent.
We cannot put kids on buses with this very real threat hanging over our heads. Even driving up to Wilmot independent of the buses will not mitigate the risk of having all those kids be there and co-mingling in classes and near the Mountain House (notice I didn't say in the Mt House.) All we would be doing all day is policing social distancing. We are still not saying no, but we need more infomation to be able to make this work. Wisconsin does not seem to be more of a threat now, with Cook County's numbers rising equally as fast.
Another reason why am I hesitant to announce the 2020-2021 season of Blizzard? Because undoing it will be a nightmare.

Updated: 2020-2021 Season of Blizzard Ski and Snowboard Club

As everyone can well imagine, no news is good news, right?  Not when the mixture is our kids, a pandemic, and uncertainty as to the suggested guidelines.  We fall under the domain of a participatory sport. Sports are ranked as to their level of contact and contagion. We're OK there. Check!  Then we review chairlifts and bus rides and we don't fare as well in those categories. Now add the state of Wisconsin, and uh oh, we're in trouble now.