Past, current and incoming Power Squadron members are all welcome at Squadron Nights, held on the
third Monday of each month. We meet at the False Creek Yacht Club on the north shore of False
Creek under the Granville Street Bridge. The doors open at 7:00 pm, the event begins at 7:30 pm,
and the cost is $5.00 per person. We look forward to seeing you there!
|May 24 - May 26||Bowen Island Cruise
It would be fabulous if you can come for the whole weekend but if you're only able to make it for a night or afternoon that's perfect too. Also, please don't feel that you must have a boat to come along. There are plenty of people who come who have never owned a boat or whose boat is out of commission (too common!) or maybe they've just sold their boat. Of course, all kayakers, canoeists, paddle boarders, sea-doo'ers and the like are more than welcome. If you're coming to Bowen Island by ferry it's just a short ride from Horseshoe Bay and there's plenty of accommodation to book.
If you're coming by boat, please call the Union Steamship Marina at 604-947-0707 ASAP to reserve under Vancouver Power and Sail Squadron.
Please also let Ingrid me know that your coming (we usually send out a group email just before the cruise): email@example.com or call/text 778-879-9024.
| Jun 8 - Jun 9||2019 Men's Cruise to Indian Arm
- . Make new friends in the boating community
- . Lots of money to be won along with great prizes
- . Other fun events
- . Diner prepared by Red Seal Chef "Phill"
- . Transport Canada Safety Checks available
- . Try participating in a navigation exercise and learn even more about your boat
- . Visit other boats to see how they are outfitted
Please talk to other members of your Squadron and make them aware of this popular event. Encourage your male friends to join you. They do not need to be CPS members. Put a crew together today! The more the merrier.
please complete this form and send it to John Steede at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about this event - please call John Steede at 604-230-0848.
|Monday, June 17||Squadron Night - UBC Engineering students talk about computer operated sailing boat SailBot||