Sun Peaks is a vibrant mountain resort municipality with no shortage of passionate and involved local residents who commit countless hours of volunteer time in dozens of community groups, clubs, and associations.
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Adaptive sports at sun peaks
The Sun Peaks Sports School offers ski and snowboard instruction for guests with disabilities and special needs.
Artzone sun peaks
ArtZone is a community-based group of local arts and culture enthusiasts. We work with our community at all levels to organize festivals, events, workshops, exhibits, art demonstrations and cultural events to showcase this beautiful place we call home.
bluebird day fund society
Established in 2006 in memory of local rider Bryn Taylor, the Sun Peaks Bluebird Day Fund Society is to provide athletic and recreational programs to support the physical, mental, and emotional development of individuals, including those who are economically and/or socially disadvantaged, who exhibit a commitment to the pursuit of their sport.
Rotary Club of Sun Peaks
Rotary club members are dedicated people who share a passion for both community service and friendship. The Rotary Club of Sun Peaks discusses the community’s needs and discovers creative ways to meet them. The club accepts new members and meets the first, second and third Thursday of every month.
sun peaks alpine club
The Sun Peaks Alpine Club, formerly the "Kamloops Ski Team", "Tod Mountain Ski Team", and "Kamloops Alpine Club", has been running for over 50 years. Through current and former members and alumni, the club shares their deep rooted passion and wealth of ski racing knowledge.
Sun Peaks Freestyle Club
The Sun Peaks Freestyle Club is dedicated to promoting competitive freestyle skiing at Sun Peaks and beyond. Athletes compete in all freestyle disciplines but always keep having fun and being safe as their top priorities.
Sun peaks secondary academy
The Discovery Centre for Balanced Education (DCBE) opened to Sun Peaks students in 2010, a result of community driven initiative by the not-for-profit Sun Peaks Education Society. Education in Sun Peaks continues to evolve and grow, with close to 100 students enrolled in grades K-12. Grades K-6 are part of School District 73 and grades 7-12 run through the Sun Peaks Secondary Academy, renamed from DCBE in 2015.
sun peaks mountain RESCUE SOCIETY
This non-profit organisation was set up to raise money for equipment, training and resources for first responders and locals living within the local area. Its mandate is to have the resources to be able to offer basic training to anyone in the community who’d like to learn more about first aid.
sun peaks mountain resort association
As the not-for-profit Destination Marketing Organization for Sun Peaks, Tourism Sun Peaks is a member-based organization representing over 1,110 residents and businesses in the community. Its mandate is to promote Sun Peaks to the world and drive an increase in resort visits year round.
sun peaks nordic club
Established to promote and encourage participation in the sport of cross country skiing, the Nordic Club offers programs for junior skiers, special coaching for mature students, and social outings with tips provided.
sun peaks skate park foundation
The Sun Peaks Skate Park Foundation (SPSF) is a BC registered non-profit foundation with the sole mandate of designing, building and maintaining a high quality, world-class, free use skate park within the municipal boundary of the Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality
sun peaks speed skiing club
The Sun Peaks Speed Skiing Club is a non-profit sports club who hosts the annual FIS World Cup Speed Skiing event in Sun Peaks.
sun peaks recreational trail association
Formed in September 2014, SPRTA's goal is to promote a healthy community lifestyle and appreciation of the environment through the maintenance and development of recreational trails in the Sun Peaks area.
sun peaks volunteer fire department society
The Sun Peaks Fire Rescue is a composite fire department staffed by three full-time officers and 30 volunteers whose passion is to maintain the safety and protection of the resort town's residents, staff, guests, and neighbours.