Presented by Nation Valley Snowmobile Association and the Mountain Trailblazers Club
Saturday, February 4, 2023, at the Riverside Recreation Hall
In memory of Debbie McHaffie-Strader and Jean MacDougal.
Join us Saturday, February 4, 2023, for a snowmobile rally on the OFSC trails around North/South Dundas in support of kids with physical disabilities.
Whether you’re a snowmobiler or not, come and join us for a hot pancake breakfast at the Riverside Recreation Hall – ONLY $5! While enjoying your breakfast, sponsor a participant to support kids with physical disabilities.
After breakfast, riders will enjoy a beautiful scenic 100km ride, ending at Mountain Trailblazers Club House followed by a hot dog roast.
Participants are required to have a trail permit and are encouraged to collect pledges.
To make things more fun and interesting, we will be holding an auction from January 30, 2023 to February 11, 2023. Auction link will go live on January 30, 2023.
This year, all our Snowaramas are working together toward a combined goal of raising $150,000.
Every child has the potential to grow into the best version of themselves; however, every child also needs the right environment, opportunities, and support system to do so. The funds raised at the North/South Dundas Snowarama will help provide children and youth with physical disabilities the tools they need to discover their full potential and grow into empowered adults.
Your support will have a significant impact on the lives of kids with physical disabilities and their families.
Our thanks to you!
As a thank you for supporting kids with physical disabilities, anyone who raises a minimum of $100 will receive a toque and glove set courtesy of Fast Eddie Speedwear!
Register today and start fundraising!
If you’re a past Snowarama participant, you can sign up under your usual location. If you’re a new rider, you can sign up under your location of choice.
Celebrating 100 Years
Easter Seals Ontario is proud to be celebrating 100 years of changing the world for kids with physical disabilities. Easter Seals was built with grassroots support from communities across Ontario. Everything we have accomplished has been the result of the remarkable dedication, committed service, and extraordinary generosity of our donors, sponsors, volunteers from great events like Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids.
Unable to Attend in-Person? Join the Fun Online!
Take part online by watching and commenting on the rides posted by other participants. You will still be eligible for all incentives in your community as long as you register and meet the minimum fundraising requirements.