Ceyana Canoe Club
We can't paddle all the time. Here's our dry-land events.
For nearly 20 years on Tuesday evenings our club has offered drop-in paddling at the Rundle Park Paddling Centre. Due to COVID restrictions presently in place we must limit numbers and require both members and public to register in advance for at least the first part of this 2021 season. Please review our info about cancelling, about covid symptoms and NOT attending, non-member participants (public) will be required to sign a club waiver and covid acknowledgement form when they arrive, and EVERYONE must wear a mask and social distance around the RPPC building, paddle shed, boat sheds and the launch area. Masks can come off once on the water! PLEASE NOTE this registration system is unable to limit the number of registrants for any one start time, IF we receive more registrants for a start time than we can handle, we will be contacting the last registrants to offer either another time, or to cancel.
A fine morning to celebrate our fathers of our canoe club and families. We paddle, we brunch we have a grand time.
Trip Leader Tim is suggesting: "...everyone bring their own brunch. We can enjoy it in a wide circle in the picnic area!"
for more information please email Tim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Buffalo, warm sun, gentle breezes (most years), an hour or two cruise around the islands of Astotin Lake (Elk Island National Park) or Islet Lake (alternate), birding, laughing and telling lies. Trip lead Tim, is suggesting he will provide cake, hopefully homemade... maybe store bought cup cakes like last year... maybe we'll be able to bring our own too.
Tim is suggesting:
Basic flatwater skills required. Limited Club equipment may be available, check closer to the event date.