20th Anniversary Canoe for Cancer 2021
This year is our 20th Anniversary of Canoe for Cancer!
21 years ago, GPCA organized the first Canoe for Cancer. There are some members who have faithfully canoed every year! Many more are involved as paddlers, and volunteers. Last year, due to Covid-19, we were unable to put on this event, but this year we are excited to bring it back. It may be a bit different this year as we need to abide by all government regulations and we want to make sure the event is run safely for all participants.
Please join us as we paddle Gloucester Pool and Little Lake starting from the Big Chute Marine Railway to Port Severn Park, Port Severn. There will be a stop along the way to pick up snacks and water. Saftey boats wil be along the route to help provide assistance as needed by paddlers.
Let's have fun and help cure cancer!
Date: August 28th, 2021
Start location: Big Chute Marine Railway, 7001 Upper Big Chute Rd, Coldwater, ON L0K 1E0
End Location: Port Severn Park, 39 Minten's Ln, Port Severn, ON L0K 1S0
Registration Time: 8:30 am, Big Chute Marine Railway, Upper side
Paddle Commences: 9:30 am
Approximate Paddle Distance: 13 km (Paddlers are not required to complete the entire distance)
Equipment: Please bring your own Canoe, Kayak, Paddleboard, etc., paddle(s), life jacket, and safety kit
Route map and photos of markers and the pit stop location (GPCA Clubhouse) can be found at the following link:
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