Calendar

Aug
17
Fri
Wawa Salmon Derby
Aug 17 – Aug 19 all-day
Aug
18
Sat
Rock Island Presents – Mimi O’Bonsawin
Aug 18 all-day
Aug
21
Tue
Open Trap Shooting
Aug 21 @ 3:51 am – 4:51 am
The Michipicoten Rod & Gun Club will be hosting open trap shooting on Tuesday evenings starting on June 19, 2018.
$5 for club members, $6 for non-members.
This is open to the public.
Aug
28
Tue
Open Trap Shooting
Aug 28 @ 3:51 am – 4:51 am
The Michipicoten Rod & Gun Club will be hosting open trap shooting on Tuesday evenings starting on June 19, 2018.
$5 for club members, $6 for non-members.
This is open to the public.
Sep
2
Sun
No Hassholes Left Behind Trail Race @ Lake Superior Provincial Park - Peat Mountain
Sep 2 all-day

This race is experienced on Peat Mountain (Rabbit Blanket camp site) Lake Superior Provincial Park. The trail is a 10km loop that will put the best trail runners to the test. Rated as difficult with over 1600 feet of elevation, 100% single track with tricky roots, rocks and hands on knees climbs that will require all your focus and skills. It’s a true test of mind and body. Hassholes that sign up for the 30 km will feel like they just completed a 50 km, be prepared! Come and test yourself in this beautiful setting.

Racers can register for the 10k, 20k and if they are ready for a real challenge there is the ominous 30k. One main aid station at Rabbit Blanket campsite with all the services (electricity, shower) will be available. There is a remote aid station at Foam Lake with water and first aid only. Runners have to carry what they will need for the loop. The race is located right off of highway 17, 190km from Sault Ste. Marie and 30 km from Wawa. There is an after party including catered meal by local chef Judy Page and award ceremony. Racers have the option to stay on site or in Wawa. A shuttle service is available for racers. See link to Ontario Parks to book your site.

It’s a chip time event. Registration deadline is 8 pm Saturday, September 1, 2018. There will be a professional photographer on site. It’s the first edition of this race so all footage from this race will be used for our promo so come and get your 15 minutes of fame! The race is hiker friendly but there is a cut off time of 8 hours. Enjoy the race at any pace. The scenery is amazing!!! Race start time is 9 am, Sunday, September 2nd. If you wish to drop out you still need to walk back out to start/finish line that has no road access. Bibs are not transferable. You will need to show picture I.D. to pick up bib. Bib pick up is at the race site Saturday, September 1 at 3 pm to 8 pm or September 2, 6:30 am to 8:00 am. Aid stations will be stocked with water, coke, sports drinks, fruits and salty snacks. If you require something special, make sure you bring it. So come out and enjoy the race!

 

Entry Fees:

  • 10km – $65
  • 20km – $75
  • 30km – $85

 

How the Name of the Race Came About

If you’re wondering where the name for this race came about as soon as you meet Dave Forbes, the race director, you will understand with his French Canadian accent in an English community. It has been a running joke about his pronunciation or certain words that make for funny conversation. So now we call ourselves the NO HASSHOLE RUNNING CREW!

Make sure you follow us on Facebook where we will be posting new information often about the No Hassholes Left Behind Trail Race.

 

Sep
8
Sat
Bumps, Babies and Beyond
Sep 8 all-day
Sep
9
Sun
Praise Night @ Wawa Goose Seniors' Drop-in Centre
Sep 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Praise Night @ Wawa Goose Seniors' Drop-in Centre | Wawa | Ontario | Canada

Enjoy singing songs, a social time and desserts. See you there!

Sep
24
Mon
CNIB Eye Van
Sep 24 – Sep 25 all-day
Sep
26
Wed
CNIB Eye Van
Sep 26 – Sep 28 all-day
Oct
1
Mon
CNIB Eye Van
Oct 1 – Oct 5 all-day