Archive for Announcements
Spring has arrived and with it the Spring 2015 Newsletter Hopefully some warm weather too!
The Summer Newsletter is now available with lots and lots of pictures.
Here’s what John Jr. had to say: “Hal has done it AGAIN, 36 pages of absolute beauty, pictures and information. I cannot thank Hal enough for putting this together. However it is all of the members who contribute articles to Hal that makes this a Club Newsletter not just Hal’s talk.”
“It is great to have a new member, Troy, who contributed a fantastic article. Our Unofficial/Official photographer Lynne does a great job in showing what our club is about.”
The North Atlantic Canoe & Kayak Summer Schedule 2014 (third quarter) is now available. Paddling trips, training and assessments and practice sessions and more! It’s time to get out on the water. For the latest version updates will be posted to our Schedule Page as they occurr.
Every year The Waterfront Center, in Oyster Bay plays hosts to adults, children and families the first Sunday in June for Bay Day.
From their website:
“During the event all WFC activities such as sailing, kayaking and Christeen sails are provided at no cost. It is our way of giving back to the community, promoting environmental awareness and stewardship while having a great time. We are excited to invite the community to experience all we have to offer and promote environmental awareness and stewardship; reinforcing our vision so they everyone can enjoy and preserve it for all time. Through Bay Day and its activities we share with the public the importance and connectivity of all environments as a whole and how to best recreate in them.”
The WaterFront Center was created in 2000 to transform the former Jakobson Shipyard site into a hands-on educational and recreational facility. Today this is the home of the WaterFront Center, an environmental education and recreation not-for-profit community center. It is also the home of Christeen, a National Historic Landmark and the oldest surviving Oyster Sloop in North America.
North Atlantic Canoe and Kayak members will be on hand throughout the day with kayak skills demonstrations and information on kayaking opportunities in the area. Stop by and say Hello!! Bay Bay activities will run Sunday June 1, 2014 from 12 noon until 5 PM. The WFC is located at 1 West End Avenue, Oyster Bay 11771.
Happy Hobie DAY Sunday May 18, 2014 at Empire Kayaks in Island Park. From 10am-2pm Join them for a free demo of all the great Hobie products! The latest Hobie Stand Up Paddleboards, the Hobie Mirage Drive pedal kayaks and the multi-functional Tandem Island are just some of the available Hobies to try out. Hobie Fishing Team members will be on hand to explain the advantages of fishing from a Hobie! Call 516 889 8300 to reserve. Directions.
The Dinghy Shop in Amityville will be holding their annual Kayak Test Drive event May 3 and 4th, 2014. This is a great opportunity to try a bunch of different kayaks, meet some great folks and shop for kayaks, gear and equipment. The shop is located at 334 South Bayview Ave. Amityville ,New York 11701 631-264-0005 or email@example.com
The Hudson Valley Kayak Symposium will be held July 18-20, 2014 in Cold Spring, NY. The driving force behind this event is Matt Kane, a longtime Hudson River guide and instructor. Having recognized the need for stronger kayak instruction and better training opportunities along the Hudson River, Matt has arranged for a lineup of talented kayak instructors to be available to work with those looking to fine tune and build skills.
The Symposium includes an outstanding group of instructors, lodging at the Taconic Outdoor Education Center, and food all three days. Paddling instruction will be conducted on the Hudson River between Peekskill and Beacon near such scenic attractions as the United States Military Academy at West Point, Bear Mountain, Storm King Mountain and Bannermann’s Castle.