Dear Friends, Family and Neighbours of the Sturgeon Lake Sailing Club,
We’d be delighted if you would please join us for our sometimes annual, sometimes semi-annual, Non-Gala party.
We have much to
our FINISHED building and its’ amazing 2nd floor (don’t be surprised, or insulted, if you’re invited upstairs !), another very successful Mid-Ontario’s Regatta, record enrollment again this summer & most importantly our wonderfully supportive community that helps us make SLSC the amazing place that it is ~ WOO HOO!!
When: Saturday July 27th from 7:00 to 8:30p.m.
(The weekly Friday evening junior club dance will be moved to Saturday and held at the same time in the “old” building in order to accommodate childcare)
Where: The Boathouse (aka SLSC’s New Building)
There’ll be an open wine & beer bar, some fabulous finger foods and,back by popular demand, these festivities will be followed by a
Sailing Club Dance
for us grown up kids so come prepared to GET YOUR GROOVE ON!
Dress: Comfortable and casual!
Donations to a fund to purchase 3 new Fevas (our wildly popular with the kids new sailboat which will be on display for all to see) will be gratefully accepted
We’re looking forward to seeing you!
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
SLSC will be hosting the Ontario Laser Masters Championship again this year!
It will take place on Saturday, July 28th and Sunday, July 29th.
The Sailing Club is looking for billets for the participants of this regatta. Billets will be required on Friday July 27 and Saturday 28. The sailors will be 35 years and older, and lunch and dinner will be provided by the Sailing Club. All that’s really needed is a bed and a simple breakfast.
If you are able to help out, please contact Clare Predergast at 705-887-5411, 647-282-1981 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Point continues to be an active place, even after last weekend’s busy Regatta weekend .The SLSC is hosting the 2011 Mid Ontario Regatta this weekend. This is a competitive event that attracts many young sailors from all over the Province, year after year. As a result you’ll probably notice some additional activity this weekend, both on and off the water.
The SLSC has a great reputation for putting on the regattas, and the hospitality that Sturgeon Point shows every year plays an important role. Thanks to all of you who are billeting, feeding, or otherwise helping all of the sailors and visitors to our Village this weekend.
Let’s hope for sun and wind!
If you’d like to know more about this event or the club, please visit the SLSC’s web site.