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The Summer/ Fall Paddling Schedule:

All paddles are tentative due to weather, availability of leads and sweeps and the wishes of members. Dates may be adjusted. If you are interested in participating contact the leads at the email address in the post. You are required as per Dept. of Transport requirements to have a bailer or bilge pump, throw or towline, PFD and a whistle for a signalling device.

In the case of ocean paddles adequate thermal protection is mandatory – either a dry suit or paddling wetsuit. Paddling pants and jacket with clothes underneath is not acceptable. Waiver forms will be signed before the paddle begins.

In the case of a pond paddle taking a set of dry cloths is highly recommended. Click here to go to our calender of events.

Paddle Safety Day  July 18, 2017 - Rotary Sunshine Park:

Paddle Newfoundland Labrador, in conjunction with the City of St. John’s Recreational Division, is proud to announce that a Paddle Safety Event will take place again this year.

                Safety Day 2017                                     Safety Day 2017                                     Safety Day 2017

This family fun event allows you to see certified Instructors perform rescues and demonstrations, and will give you the opportunity to take rides in canoes, kayaks and try stand-up paddle boarding. All of the equipment needed to the participant in the event will be provided to you and there is no charge to attend. It’s sure to be a fun event that you won’t want to miss!

Wednesday Evening Paddles:

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All paddles are tentative due to weather, availability of leads and sweeps and the wishes of members. Dates may be adjusted. If you are interested in participating contact the leads at the email address in the post. You are required as per Dept. of Transport requirements to have a bailer or bilge pump, throw or towline, PFD and a whistle for a signalling device.

Waiver forms will be signed before the paddle begins. Event is open to the general public.

A set of dry cloths is highly recommended. Click here to go to our calender of events.