Welcome to the San Francisco Ski Club!
Greetings. The San Francisco Ski Club
is a ski, snowboard, and social organization for single adults over
21. We are a non-profit, all-volunteer club dedicated to the
enjoyment of winter sports and year-around social
Click HERE to join our club.
Be sure to check out our new Meetup site at http://www.meetup.com/SF-Ski-Social-Meetup-Group/. Joining our Meetup group costs you nothing and allows you to check out our activities, RSVP for them, see who is coming and more! See you on Meetup!
When: Saturday and Sunday, February 25 & 26
Where: Ski Races at the Squaw Valley
Join San Francisco Ski Club Members to race against sister ski clubs in the Bay Area ( Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced)
For more information , Please contact Brian Healy, SF Ski Club Race Coordinator.
When: March 22, 2017 5:30-7:45p.m
Where: McCormick & Kuleto's Upper Bar
Ski Club members please join us in welcoming our New ski club members for 2017(Lisa, Dennis,Michelle,Heidi and Cathy)
No Host Appetizers and Beverages, Happy Hour Until 6pm
Please RSVP, Cathy at Bonjour47@prodigy.net
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