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Kayak Training Night

Post by Liz on Thu 10 Mar 2011, 8:31 pm

The BYU Whitewater Kayaking Club is putting on a training night next week. Description below. Come if you can!
Link to FB Invite: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117453401662053

In kayaking, as in life, there are a lot of things to be learned on the water. But, believe it or not, there are also somethings we all need to learn on dry ground, such as safety, tips on reading water, appropriate gear, etc. So, for one night, and one night only, we will be suppress our amphibious side and come together inside to learn about kayaking from a couple local experts.

Rob Allen: presenting on safety and what gear to buy (targeted toward new kayakers).
Kyle Greggs: presenting on how river features are formed, function, read, and navigated (useful for kayakers of all abilities).

Where: W110 of the Tanner Building on BYU Campus
When: Wednesday, March 16th from 7:00-8:30pm
How: this is why you need to come :-)

This event will be well worth your time, and augmented with awesome kayak friends, yummy treats, and clips from a kayak flick or two. :-)

See you there!

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