*** October 5 or 7 - Speaker Night ***
We are very honored to have Brooke speak with us in early October.
Brooke is from Six Nations. She is a teacher, a paddler on the Two Row, a “young” elder, one of the first people to receive a degree in the Cayuga language. She can talk about the connection to the water and land in Indigenous culture. What paddling means to her and about the indigenous relationship to the Grand River.
Still working out exact details. We will communicate it to the membership as soon at it is available.
*** Paddles may be shorter notice this time of year due to weather and volunteers. For updates, refer to our activity and event Calendar page. ***
The WWCKC Board of Directors has been monitoring the situation with the current Covid-19 pandemic. Our paddles this season have been non-shuttle with distancing measures respected.
We have had more than twenty club paddles since we re-started in July led by 8 different volunteers. Wow!
This time of year, the evenings are getting darker and the weather cooler. We hope to have more paddles this fall, but that depends upon volunteers and weather.
We have had several members lead paddles for the first time this season. If you have a paddle in mind and are unsure how to arrange, reach out to Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org) for advice/support.
Refer to our activity and event Calendar regularly for updates on paddle schedules.
Stay safe. Have fun.
The WWCKC Board of Directors
Come join us . . .
Paddling is more fun with friends!
The Waterloo Wellington Canoe & Kayak Club is a friendly group and we welcome new and returning members to join us during the many activities we hold year-round. Our members live in the communities in the Grand River watershed and beyond-- including Kitchener, Waterloo, Ayr, Guelph, Brantford, Fergus and Listowel. Some members come from further afield including near Hamilton, London and Toronto. The membership is broad and far flung because the activities take us to many rivers in Southern Ontario and beyond.