Paddle the Rouge

par CPAWS WILDLANDS LEAGUE

  • dimanche, 18 juin 2017 de 8:00 Matin à 5:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Rouge Beach Park 195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto, ON M1C 2Y9

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WAIT LIST STILL FORMING THROUGH SATURDAY!

Paddle the Rouge is a GO! But online registration is now closed. Don't worry -- you can still join us!  Meet us at the Park on Sunday and we'll do an onsite rental.  Just come join us!

Paddle the Rouge is a family fun day at Rouge Beach Park in Toronto, ON. We are raising awareness for protection of this natural gem and connecting children, youth and families to nature.

On Sunday, June, 18th, 2017 celebrate Father’s Day in Rouge Park.

We offer a free Learn to Paddle for youth, ages 5-18. For experience paddlers, bring your own boat or rent one from us through this registration site. Plan for a family fun day at the beach!

Paddle the Rouge nurtures nature lovers and has the whole family unplugging. All accessible by GO Transit and TTC!

WHO: CPAWS Wildlands League, a leading not-for-profit charity protecting Ontario’s wilderness, including Rouge Park, home to over 1700 species of birds, fish, mammals, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and plants, including 23 species at risk.

WHAT: Our 4th annual Paddle the Rouge, connecting youth, families and friends to nature in their own backyard.

FOR YOUTH: Join us for our Learn to Paddle sessions; Learn to paddle for FREE. See our video

To make it easier, we've bundled the entry fee and rental fee together for those that want to rent boats.  This includes:

  • Two hour rental
  • Life jacket and safety kit
  • Snacks and beverages
  • SWAG bag for all paddlers
  • Coaching as needed
  • Learn to camp and other exhibits
  • ...and more, to be announced!

Info: PaddleTheRouge.com

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Détails

MEET US AT THE PARK!

WHERE: Rouge Beach Park, 195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto

WHEN: Sunday, June 18, 2017

  • Proceed to registration tent when you arrive to sign in
  • Registration opens at 7:45am.  
  • Boat rentals available between 12-5pm
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED - EXCEPT WAIT LIST FOR LEARN TO PADDLE!

TIMES

  • 11:00am -  Youth Learn to Paddle, session 1
  • 1:00pm - Youth Learn to Paddle, session 2
  • 12:00 - 5:00pm - Picnic and open paddle with canoe and kayak rentals or bring your own boat
  • ALL DAY - activities for kids and families at the West Rouge Community Centre!
  • Food truck - bring a little $$ for a healthy lunch provided by GET SKEWERED FOOD TRUCK!
  • Free snack and beverages
  • Boat rentals available by first come, first served basis.  
  • NEW: lots of activities for kids and families on the beach this year!

Transportation: 

  • Ride the Rocket (Plan your route here)
  • Take the GO Train to the Rouge Hill Station (Shuttles run regularly to Paddle the Rouge launch area.)
  • Cycling: Rouge Beach is right on the waterfront trail. (View map)
  • Parking is available at the West Rouge Community Centre.

#PADDLETHEROUGE

 Info: PaddleTheRouge.com

Participants Tout afficher (165)

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Rupa Singhania

+ 1 invité

Chelsea Chen

+ 1 invité

Vera Perez

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+ 1 invité

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Sharon Gonsalves

+ 1 invité

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+ 1 invité

Marie Fe Clemente

+ 4 invités

Greg Marshall

+ 2 invités

Ratna Sagar Bhadrachalam

+ 1 invité

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Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Participants

165

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Rouge Beach Park
195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto, ON M1C 2Y9

18 juin 2017
dimanche, 18 juin 2017 8:00 Matin (HAA)

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Call for volunteers is now closed.  If you haven't signed up, join us next year, or visit gowildvolunteers.ca to sign up for future opportunities.


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CPAWS Wildlands League
380-401 Richmond Street West
Toronto , ON
M5V 3A8

À propos de cet organisme

CPAWS Wildlands League – your voice for nature. We are a not-for-profit charity that has been working in the public interest to protect large wilderness areas in Ontario since 1968. We are a highly effective charity that brings scientific rigor, credibility and creative solutions forward. As the world experiences unprecedented biodiversity loss, creating protected areas and minimizing the industrial development footprint is a way to address. We connect people with nature.