CLUB NEWS & INFO

Stay tuned for dates for our 2020 Cookout!

            BSC Monthly Club Meetings

 

We welcome you to join us at our monthly meeting held the 2nd Saturday of each month during the season. We hold our meetings at the Island Pond Welcome Center, located at 11 Birch Street in Island Pond Vermont.Please join us and help make a difference in our trails and our club.

           2nd SATURDAY @ THE WELCOME                                  CENTER

                         8:00 AM 

                   BSC Apparel 

 

                                         

UPDATE 10/7/19 We now have the Black Groomer hoodies back in stock. We also added a couple new designs. Caps and beanies should be coming soon so stay tuned. Order should be in by mid Oct.2019. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!

Shipping charges add $7.50 per item. Add $5 for 2XL & 3XL Click BUY NOW below. Scroll down to DONATE button. Put in price of your items (All pricing are on pictures & don't forget to add shipping) & Select payment. Make sure on next screen to Add special instructions (Ex. I'd like to order one BSC Navy Hoodie new design size Large) and then fill out your Name, Address, Ph. Check Share Mailing Address (If there's problem with order this is how we will contact you) & click DONATE NOW. 

 

          Also  Available At The Welcome Center & BSC Events

              WIN  A 2020  SKI-DOO  MXZ 600!!

                 

Our BSC Annual Fundraiser will be on Sat. Jan. 18th, 2020. Tickets are now on sale! Here's your chance to win a brand new 2020 Skidoo MXZ w/electric start! Ticket price $150 includes dinner for two and one chance to win the snowmobile. Many thanks to Walt's Sales & Service in Derby, VT! Tickets sells out quickly so don't wait! Call Dave Robbins (802)723-4259 

              2019  SAFTEY  COURSE

CLASS Size is limited. Register Early

Sat. Dec. 7th, 2019  from 8:00-3:00 at Brighton Fire Department 102 Railroad St. Island Pond, VT Lunch will be provided.

 

Pre-registration required. Call Reggie Theroux 802-673-8954 leave message and we'll return call or email greenmtngastec@gmail.com We need name, address, ph. and number of attendees.

 

VT state law requires anyone born after July 1st 1983 and is 12yrs of age & older to complete and pass a six-hour safety course.

 

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                    Live  Web  Cam

 

We will be relocating our IP Snow Cam for the 2019-2020 Season. We are no longer offering updates on the Snow Phone.

 

 

                Volunteer  Work  Dates

 

       

          Saturday 9/28/19 9:00am

  Painting Party @ the GroomerBarn

 Call Chris Roese if you can help 631-312-2847

                   Lunch will be provided!

 

        Island Pond Snowmobiling Parking     

            411:  The South End Of The Pond, Lakeshore Drive.

                                  Behind Kingdom Market @ Railroad Street

 

  

  Please be respectful of the land use and the parking lot, Ride Safe & Enjoy..BSC

 

 

              The 411 Island Pond

 

Island Pond is in the center of the town of Brighton, at the north end (outlet) of Island Pond, the lake. Vermont Routes 114 and 105 pass through the community, joining as Derby Street leading south out of the center of the CDP. Route 114 leaves north from Island Pond as Railroad Street, leading 16 miles (26 km) to the Canada–United States border at Norton; to the south Route 114 leads 24 miles (39 km) to Lyndonville. Route 105 leaves east as East Brighton Road, leading 16 miles (26 km) to Bloomfield on the Connecticut River; to the southwest it follows Derby Street and Route 114 for 2 miles (3 km), then turns northwest and leads 17 miles (27 km) through Charleston to Derby Center.

 

According to the United States Census Bureau, the Island Pond CDP has a total area of 4.6 square miles (11.8 km2), of which 4.2 square miles (10.8 km2) is land and 0.39 square miles (1.0 km2), or 8.42%, is water.[3]Bluff Mountain overlooks the lake and the island from the north.

 

The Clyde River flows west out of Island Pond after which the community is named. The Abenaki called this water Menanbawk (literally, "island pond"). It was renamed "Knowlton Pond" in tribute to Luke Knowlton, the surveyor who helped lay out the town in the 1780s.[4] The river is a tributary of Lake Memphremagog and part of the St. Lawrence River basin.

 

  Brighton Snowmobile Club

ISLAND POND, VT

EST 1966