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Kaslo Logger Sports is located on the shores of Kootenay Lake. Our venue has a million-dollar lakefront mountain view that will not disappoint. Our show is held on May long weekend an is coupled up with Kaslo's famous May Days celebration. You can take many activities over the weekend. Including a baseball tournament, a park full of vendors with delicious food and unique product, kids races in the park, Car show and shine held on front street, helicopter rides and a parade on Monday to cap it all off. Kaslo Logger Sports is suited to all competitors. With an average entry of 50 competitors, we are very proud to host a two-day show with events for Novice, Intermediate, Open professional men and women and locals. Giving each class of competitor a stage and platform to perform and tune their skills.
For more information and stay up to date you can find us on Facebook at Kaslo Logger Sports.
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Port McNeill has been a part of the Canadian Logger Sports Association since 2010. Port McNeill is a small community located on the northern end of Vancouver Island with many ties to the forest industry. Our logger sports field is across the street from the world’s largest burl. We hold our competition at the edge of town and next to the waterfront which gives a beautiful background for a day full of competing. Each year Port McNeill offers a range of events for all the competitors. This event is free for spectators and something that not only the locals look forward to each year, but also many tourists come back to watch this incredible show.
For more information please visit our website or find us on Facebook at Port McNeill Loggers Sports Society
If you have any inquiries about our show, please contact
Photo of Stock Saw by Michelle Pennell
Powell River has a long history with CANLOG and made a return in 2016 after an 11-year break. This year, 2020, will be their 25th anniversary. Powell River is located on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, where endless green mountains meet sheltered Pacific Ocean waters. Powell River provides a stimulating blend of outdoor adventure and cultural amenities. One of Powell River's most memorable events is Powell River Logger Sports. Our competition is suited to all competitors, Novice, Intermediate, Open and Ladies.
For more information be contact us at email@example.com
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The Campbell River Logging Sports is an event of the annual Campbell River Salmon Festival (SalmonFest) and started as a demonstration show by Wickheim Brothers from Sooke in 1975.
From 1975 to 1983 the demonstration show gradually became a local show/competition at the annual July 1 st Campbell River Salmon Festival and in 1984 became a full competition and was
certified by CANLOG. The Competition was also moved to Nunns Creek Park and became a separate event run by the Salmon Festival on the 2 nd weekend in August. In 1991 the annual Salmon Festival event was moved from downtown to Nunns Creek Park and the date changed from July to August to August combining the Salmon Festival and Logger Sports events once again. The event is titled Campbell River Salmon Festival or SalmonFest.
The show is suited for all classes as we run the 56 events for youth, novice men's and ladies, intermediate, and open men's and ladies.
Social Media is our web at www.crsalmonfestival.com
Contact person is Jim Lilburn – Director / Coordinator Phone 250-218-6811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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While the Alberni District Fall Fair celebrates its 75th annual fair in 2020, our logger sports show also has a rich history. For more than 40 years the Boyko family have had played an integral role in the success of our event. Although Alan has officially retired, the Fall Fair Board of Directors has plans to continue on his coat tales with plans in place for this year’s logger sports event on September 14th, 2020.
We are also pleased to announce that Michelle Lefler from Laughing Logger will be joining us as our M/C, she brings a fresh new look and will keep the audience engaged.
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While our goal as an association is to promote loggers' sports within Canada, we also want to see the sport grow across the world. CANLOG has partnered with different organizations across the globe to do so.
Bowen Island Logging Sports:
Maritime Lumberjacks Association:
Nova Lumberjacks Society:
American Lumberjacks Association:
Australian Axemen's Association:
New Zealand Axemen's Association: