10am practice for Gung Haggis dragon boat team Sunday

10am is
this Sunday's practice time – 
September 25th.
We moved it one hour
early… to help accommodate people attending Word On the Street and
World Rivers Day events…

10am – we meet
10:30
– the boat leaves the dock (which is only 30 minutes before we normally
meet)
12 noon – back on dryland

We had a GREAT practice on Wed Night
– hardly any rain at all!  only light sprinkles at the beginning then
it stopped completely…

We simulated the pumpkin final race for
Ft. Langley – our lead strokes Debbie and Karl grabbed imaginary
pumpkins and took turns being the single lead stroke in the boat.  We
practiced turns, and beach landings.  I even jumped out of the boat onto
the shore, at one point.

only 4 practices left
until
Ft. Langley Cranberry
Festival Canoe Regatta

Another Busy Sunday coming up:

Word
on The
Street Festival – 12pm – 5pm
www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/vancouver

 –
I have to be there for booths for
Kogawa House and Ricepaper Magazine

World Rivers Day
Clean up
on False Creek – on SATURDAY 1-5pm
Paddle Down the Fraser or up at
Whistler on Sunday

To find out more about water issues, and
how
to get involved with World Rivers Day, visit the
Web sites below for more information.


World Rivers Day Web Site:

http://www.worldriversday.bcit.ca/


Rivers Institute at BCIT:
www.riversinstitute.ca


BC Rivers Day Web Site:
http://www.riversday.bcit.ca/


United Nations “Water For Life Decade”
http://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade
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