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    • 16 May 2016
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    • 16 Mar 2026
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    • 109 sessions
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club


    **Our Monthly Meetings are now virtual due to the pandemic**

    Please email membership@philacanoe.org if you would like to attend!

    General Meetings for the Philadelphia Canoe Club are held at the clubhouse, Colony Castle, 4900 Ridge Avenue, every 3rd Monday of the month at 7:30 P/M. Meetings are preceded at 6:30 p.m.by refreshments and snacks, on a "potluck" basis--bring something to share. The December meeting is the Annual Holiday Party (BYO beverage and a snack contribution). Meetings are open to the public - come on out, introduce yourself, meet our members, find out what's going on, learn about training courses, trips, and a lot more. We look forward to meeting you soon. 

    • 25 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • 4900 Ridge Avenue

    PCC Instruction Fair. Visit our clubhouse, meet our instructors, register for classes at 15% discount.

    • 21 May 2021
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    • 23 May 2021
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    • 40° 12' 54.5796" N, 78° 54' 4.4028" W See map: Google Maps


    STONY FEST

    Stonycreek Rendevous is at Stony Creek near Johnstown, PA for more info contact Joe Cunningham Email:Joepaddles@gmail.com

    Event Type: 

     Trips

    Trip Type: 

     Whitewater

    Water Type: 

     Class III  Class IV

    The character of the Stonycreek River, often referred to as the Stony, is difficult to describe when it comes to size.  As its name implies, it can be considered both creek and river.  The answer is a little of both - hybrid large creek and small river.  The Stony is a play-boater’s dream, yet still offers everyone a fun time.  At low to medium water levels, this is primarily a class III run.  At medium to high levels the intensity and continuousness of the run picks up dramatically and steps up a notch in difficulty.  Most of the rapids are a combination of continuous ledges coming at you from different angles and can be run using different lines.  A few of the rapids have large boulders thrown in to spice things up.

    For the most part,  there are only a couple somewhat serious hazards on the river at normal water levels / conditions.  However, as with any stream, situations can change overnight, so caution should never be thrown to the wind.  One of these hazards has been somewhat underrated, while the other has been somewhat overrated.  Both of these obstructions are not natural to the river, rather man-made structures that pose a threat.  The underrated hazard is the river-wide dam (Border Dam) that you must walk around on river left.  You will know when you get there due to a large building on river right.  The "spill-way" is river-wide.  The overrated hazard is directly below this dam where a pipeline crosses the river, creating a large hydraulic.  This overrating stems from a canoeing book reference long ago.  There is an easy tongue to run on river left that will keep you out of the maw.  However, several people paddle through the hydraulic on a regular basis (at very low levels) and seem to have no problem.  It is recommended to scout this far river right if not familiar.

    There are great play spots along the whole river (keep your eyes open), but the majority of them are within the first three miles or so.  The playing only gets better as the level rises!  From the get-go, there are plenty of eddy lines, small to medium surfing waves, and holes.  The first major rapid, known as Johnsons Hole, is jam packed with play spots and has been loosely referred to as the “Surf Laboratory".  From the beginning of Test Tube Hole down to an overhead railroad bridge, there are 10-15 nice play spots depending on the water level. This rapid is 1/4  mile below where Shade Creek enters the Stony on river right.   Next comes Lower Railroad Rapid. This rapid is just downstream of the railroad bridge.  The rapid begins with a long slide that ends with a nice haystack wave. Immediately after this comes the locomotive. This is a ledge that stretches nearly across the width of the river. At mid to high levels, the ledge transforms into a hole that is mean and can reach the size of a large locomotive. The hole can be easily avoided on river right. 3 to 5 great surfing waves usually form over the next 100 yards.  The next rapid is called The Wall. This will be easily identified when the river makes a hard drop to the right and a shear slope is on your left. Soon after The Wall you will enter a succession of rapids named the three sisters.... wonderful surfing at medium to high levels.  The third sister is a near river wide hydraulic than can be enjoyed at low levels also.  There have been many boats in the hole (up to 9) at the same time on numerous occasions.  The river will eventually bottleneck into a hole named Scout on river right.  A play boater’s dream at low to medium levels.  The abundance of play spots continues for at least half of the run (too many to mention) until Border Dam.  Although the Stony calms down a little after Border Dam, don’t put on the blinders, as there are some very nice waves and holes that you might miss if you don’t keep alert.  The scenery is also spectacular along the way. Some other notable rapids on the Stony are Rooster Tail, Hydro, Beast, Hermit, Dislocation, Last Rapid and Showers.  Showers the first real rapid of the Stony Canyonsection can be run by putting in at Hollsopple, or just up stream of the bridge in Foustwell.

    This five mile run can take as long as four to six hours if you play like some of the locals, or as short as 1.5 hours if you aren't messing around too much.  Though improving significantly, the water quality of the Stony has a long way to go, as abandoned mine drainage (AMD) is a serious problem in the area.  The Stony's water quality continues to improve due to the diligent work of the Stonycreek Conemaugh River Improvement Project, as well as other grass-roots organizations in the region.

    Runnable Levels and Gauge Information

    The Stonycreek River has a minimum runable level of approximately 3.0 using the USGS gauge at Ferndale.  This corresponds to a flow of around 450 cfs.  The Stony Canyon gauge is painted on the center pier of the State Route 601 bridge in Foustwell and must be read at the site.  1.4 is a minimum on this gauge. The correlation between the USGS Ferndale gauge and the Stony Canyon gauge is USGS Ferndale minus 1.5 to 1.75 feet. The Stony is a great intermediate Class III run up to 3.5 feet on the on the Stony Canyon gauge. From 3.5 to 5.0, it is a solid Class III-IV continuous run. Above 5.0 is big and powerful with no large pools. Running it at 10-13 feet is absolutely huge (large risk).  Please…exercise caution and be safe.

    Shuttle:

    Put in at State Route 601 bridge in Foustwell or  add an additional 1.5 miles by putting in at State Route 403 bridge in Hollsopple. The take out is a little tricky. From Hollsopple, take State Route 601 toFoustwell. Make a left before the bridge that goes over the Stony onto SR 4039. Follow this road for approx. 2 miles and  under Rt. 219 (4 lane). Just past Rt. 219 make a right onto Kaufman Church Road (church on corner). Follow for approx. 1.5 miles and make a right onto      SR 4022 (Carpenters Park Road) at a stop sign. Follow over Rt. 219 (4 lane) and down to the Stony takeout (CarpentersPark).

    USGS Gauge StonyCreek River at Ferndale:



    • 22 May 2021
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    • 23 May 2021
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    • 2 sessions
    • 5
    Register

    No experience necessary. Instruction will include basic strokes, maneuvers, self and assisted rescue and safety. Class will begin at the Philadelphia Canoe Club then travel to a lake. Bring your lunch, camera and a chair or blanket. Day two will begin on the lake then progress to a gentle moving stream where you will be introduced to river features and water reading. You will learn how to maneuver your boat using strokes, ferries and eddies.

    Cost: $140 Adults, $70 Minors. (You may take Day 1 only. Cost: $80 Adults, $40 Minors).

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 29 May 2021
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    Ron Watson is coordinating a trip on the Lehigh river.  Experience is required!  Contact Ron for more information:

    ronwatson1234@gmail.com

    • 02 Jun 2021
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    • 01 Sep 2021
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    • 14 sessions
    • Meet at PCC at 5 to shuttle

    Weekly Flatrock Trips

    Meet at the club on Wednesday's at approximately 5pm to paddle the Schyulkill from Flatrock Dam to the Club.  Participation requires that you have taken a class with us or have successfully paddled whitewater with us in the past.  

    Typically we start doing Wednesday night Flatrock paddles on the first wednesday after Memorial Day, and end them the Last Wednesday before Labor day.  

    You don't need to have your own gear, you can rent gear and a boat for $10.

    Non ACA members will need to pay additional $5.  

    For more info contact fleet@philacanoe.org


    • 04 Jun 2021
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    • 13 Jun 2021
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    • 5 sessions
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club
    • 8
    Register

    June 4 (Friday Evening Orientation and Equipment Fitting)

    June 5 & 6 and June 12 & 13

    No experience necessary. This course is held over a period of two weekends. You may choose solo or tandem canoe. You will be introduced to proper fit and use of equipment, strokes, maneuvers, assisted and self rescue, river features and water reading, and safety while building skills to paddle class two whitewater. The first two-day weekend will begin on still water and move onto more challenging class two. The second weekend will be held on the Lehigh River in the Poconos.

    Cost: $250 Adults, $125 Minors.  (First weekend only: Adults $140, Minors $70)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 05 Jun 2021
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    • 13 Jun 2021
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    • 4 sessions
    • Philadephia Canoe Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    No experience necessary. This course is held over a period of two weekends. You will be introduced to proper fit and use of equipment, strokes, maneuvers, assisted and self rescue, river reading and safety while building skills to paddle class two whitewater. The first two-day weekend is held in Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River followed by two days on the Lehigh River in the Poconos. Successful completion of this course will allow students to participate in Philadelphia Canoe Club’s (PCC) Wednesday Night Flat Rock Trips on the Schuylkill River.

    Cost: $250 Adults, $125 Minors.  (First weekend only: Adults $140, Minors $70)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 19 Jun 2021
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    • 20 Jun 2021
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    • 2 sessions
    • Phila Canoe Club
    • 7
    Register

    Location: To be determined by instructors.

    No experience necessary. This course is designed for students with little or no formal kayak training.

    Day 1:

    Kayaking is more fun when you know how to control your boat.  Your lesson will include basic strokes, safety and rescue on flat and gently moving water. You will learn how to safely and easily get back into your kayak should you tip over and how to help your companions.

    Day 2:

    You will practice your skills from day one in the morning on the lake. The afternoon session on the river includes water reading and river features. You will practice controlling your kayak in faster currents and around river bends and turns.

    Cost: Adults $140, $70 Minors (Day 1 only: Adults $80, Minors $40)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 19 Jun 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club, 4900 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia
    • 5
    Registration is closed

    This course is designed for beginners, no experience necessary. Students will learn about equipment, boat control and safety. Successful completion of this course will allow students to participate in PCC's Wednesday Night Flat Rock Practice Trips.


    Cost: $80 Adults, $40 Minors

    • 26 Jun 2021
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    Ron Watson is coordinating a trip on the Lehigh river.  Experience is required!  Contact Ron for more information:

    ronwatson1234@gmail.com

    • 14 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club
    Register

    Some boat control experience necessary. These clinics will focus on improving your strokes and maneuvers. You may use either a whitewater or flatwater canoe except where whitewater is indicated. Tandem students need to bring a partner.

    Cost: $25 (No discounts, includes equipment.)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 17 Jul 2021
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    • 18 Jul 2021
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    • 2 sessions
    • Schuylkill River
    • 8
    Register

    Location: Schuylkill River

    Some experience necessary. This class is for the flatwater canoeist to build on already developed skills. Strokes reviewed will be forward, backward, sweeps, draws and prys. You will learn the skills needed to control a canoe in whitewater and to practice ferries and eddy turns in class 1-2 whitewater.

    Cost: $140 Adults, $70 Minors. (You may take Day 1 only. Cost: $80 Adults, $40 Minors).

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 17 Jul 2021
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    • 18 Jul 2021
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    • 10
    Register

    Location: To be determined by instructors.

    No experience necessary. This course is designed for students with little or no formal kayak training.

    Day 1:

    Kayaking is more fun when you know how to control your boat.  Your lesson will include basic strokes, safety and rescue on flat and gently moving water. You will learn how to safely and easily get back into your kayak should you tip over and how to help your companions.

    Day 2:

    You will practice your skills from day one in the morning on the lake. The afternoon session on the river includes water reading and river features. You will practice controlling your kayak in faster currents and around river bends and turns.

    Cost: Adults $140, $70 Minors (Day 1 only: Adults $80, Minors $40)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 21 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club
    Register

    Some boat control experience necessary. These clinics will focus on improving your strokes and maneuvers. You may use either a whitewater or flatwater canoe except where whitewater is indicated. Tandem students need to bring a partner.

    Cost: $25 (No discounts, includes equipment.)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 24 Jul 2021
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    Ron Watson is coordinating a trip on the Lehigh river.  Experience is required!  Contact Ron for more information:

    ronwatson1234@gmail.com

    • 28 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club
    Register

    Some boat control experience necessary. These clinics will focus on improving your strokes and maneuvers. You may use either a whitewater or flatwater canoe except where whitewater is indicated. Tandem students need to bring a partner.

    Cost: $25 (No discounts, includes equipment.)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 30 Jul 2021
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    • 02 Aug 2021
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    • 39° 51' 55.728" N, 79° 29' 37.0932" W See map: Google Maps

     The first timers Lower Yough trip is an opportunity for those who have mastered the Lehigh and Tohickon to tackle some harder water.  The trip is open to anyone who has the skills to run the river, help is always appreciated.  

    For those with the skills, there is also an opportunity to paddle the upper Youghiogheny on Friday and Monday.  This section of river is class IV-V.

    For Information Contact:

    Joe Cunningham

    joepaddles@gmail.com



    • 04 Aug 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Philadelphia Canoe Club
    Register

    Some boat control experience necessary. These clinics will focus on improving your strokes and maneuvers. You may use either a whitewater or flatwater canoe except where whitewater is indicated. Tandem students need to bring a partner.

    Cost: $25 (No discounts, includes equipment.)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 14 Aug 2021
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    • 15 Aug 2021
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    • 10
    Register

    Location: To be determined by instructors.

    No experience necessary. This course is designed for students with little or no formal kayak training.

    Day 1:

    Kayaking is more fun when you know how to control your boat.  Your lesson will include basic strokes, safety and rescue on flat and gently moving water. You will learn how to safely and easily get back into your kayak should you tip over and how to help your companions.

    Day 2:

    You will practice your skills from day one in the morning on the lake. The afternoon session on the river includes water reading and river features. You will practice controlling your kayak in faster currents and around river bends and turns.

    Cost: Adults $140, $70 Minors (Day 1 only: Adults $80, Minors $40)

    For further information, please contact Looie Voorhees at looielooie1@yahoo.com.


    • 14 Aug 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • Lehigh River
    • 5
    Registration is closed

    This course is designed for the experience novice who wishes to improve their playing skills on the river. Typically this class is held on the Lehigh River (Class II/III) and covers river play skills such as surfing, catching eddies, looking for fun features, and enjoying the river on a summer day.

    Students must have taken novice training or an introductory white water kayak class.  Students must be willing to swim or know how to roll.

    • 21 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)

    Ron Watson is coordinating a trip on the Lehigh river.  Experience is required!  Contact Ron for more information:

    ronwatson1234@gmail.com

    • 06 Nov 2021
    • 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • Ralph Stover State Park

    The Tohickon is a class III whitewater stream located in Ralph Stover State Park, Bucks County, PA.  The run requires a reliable roll and suitable cold weather gear.  

    Email joepaddles@gmail.com for more information

    https://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River/view/river-detail/1672/main

    • 01 Jan 2050
    • (EST)
    Register

    Membership Application Fee

    Please pay this fee after you have completed the application form and have obtained the required signatures.

    If you need a membership application form please contact our membership chair Tom Barret


Past events

20 Mar 2021 Tohickon Release
31 Oct 2020 Rental - Ambrose
05 Jun 2020 2020 Whitewater Canoe - Novice Training (5 sessions)
25 May 2020 Rental - Brown
16 May 2020 Introduction to Canoeing (2 Day Class)
25 Apr 2020 Rental - Zielinski
19 Apr 2020 Rental - Whatley
04 Apr 2020 Rental Lot- River Clean Up- West Side Wissahickon Ave
28 Mar 2020 Rental Lot- River Clean Up- Lincoln Drive
15 Mar 2020 Rental - Lindberg
21 Dec 2019 Rental - Goebel
15 Dec 2019 Rental - Landrecht
14 Dec 2019 Rental - Zielinski
08 Dec 2019 Rental - Whatley
07 Dec 2019 Rental - Evans
10 Nov 2019 Rental - Cloutier
27 Oct 2019 Rental - FOW, Outdoor Club of NJ (Parking Only)
26 Oct 2019 Rental - Murphy
25 Oct 2019 Rental - Hennessy
21 Oct 2019 Rental - Goebel
19 Oct 2019 Schuylkill River Clean Up
22 Sep 2019 Rental - Day
22 Sep 2019 Rental - Fall Classic Race
14 Sep 2019 DCVA: Darby Creek On The Water Cleanup
07 Sep 2019 United By Blue: Delaware River Clean Up
24 Aug 2019 Introduction to Recreational Kayaking - August (1 Day)
22 Aug 2019 REI Presentation
22 Aug 2019 Rental - Cloutier
19 Aug 2019 Arctic Adventures
17 Aug 2019 Introduction to Flat and Moving Water Kayaking (2 Day Class)
10 Aug 2019 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - August 2019
03 Aug 2019 Introduction to Whitewater Kayaking - August (1 Day Class)
27 Jul 2019 Basic Knot Tying Class
27 Jul 2019 Intermediate White Water Kayak Lehigh River (2 Day)
27 Jul 2019 Introduction to Flat and Moving Water Kayaking - July (2 Day Class)
27 Jul 2019 Whitewater Canoe Introduction (1-Day) - July 2019
20 Jul 2019 Introduction to Recreational Kayaking - July 20 (1 Day)
19 Jul 2019 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - July 2019
13 Jul 2019 Introduction to Whitewater Kayaking - July (2 Day Class)
06 Jul 2019 Advanced Whitewater Kayaking - Yough
03 Jul 2019 Canoe clinic
29 Jun 2019 Introduction to Recreational Kayaking - June (1 Day)
22 Jun 2019 Introduction to Whitewater Kayaking - June (1 Day Class)
15 Jun 2019 Introduction to Flat and Moving Water Kayaking (2 Day Class)
13 Jun 2019 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - June 2019
05 Jun 2019 Canoe Evening Clinic - Eddy Turns and Peel Outs
31 May 2019 Solo canoe rendezvous
30 May 2019 2019 Whitewater Kayak - Novice Training (4-Day)
30 May 2019 2019 Whitewater Kayak - "Not So Novice" Training (4-Day)
30 May 2019 2019 Whitewater Canoe - Novice Training (4-Day)
22 May 2019 Canoe Evening Clinic - Front and Back Ferries
20 May 2019 TRX Suspension System Presented by: Jen Williams
15 May 2019 Canoe Evening Clinic - Prys and Draws
11 May 2019 Advanced Whitewater Kayaking - Brodhead
08 May 2019 Canoe Evening Clinic - Forward, Backward and Cross Forward Strokes
04 May 2019 Introduction to Canoeing (2 Day Class)
15 Apr 2019 April After Meeting: Team River Runner
06 Apr 2019 Poquessing Creek Cleanup
16 Mar 2019 Tacony Creek Cleanup
19 Jan 2019 2019 PCC Annual Banquet
19 Jan 2019 VOTE from 5 PM - 6PM ONLY!
09 Dec 2018 Pool Sessions
19 Nov 2018 Fleet Captain Joseph Cunningham "Trip Videos!"
17 Nov 2018 2018 Turkey Trot
21 Oct 2018 Dave Gunther Memorial
17 Sep 2018 Before Meeting Blue Grass/Folk Music by Ethan McCreadie
08 Sep 2018 Recreational Kayak Level 2 - Sept 8, 2018
08 Sep 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Intro September 8, 2018
20 Aug 2018 War Canoe Paddle CANCELLED!!
18 Aug 2018 Recreational Kayak Introduction - August 2018
13 Aug 2018 Yough and nearby rivers
11 Aug 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Intro August 11, 2018
09 Aug 2018 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - August 2018
04 Aug 2018 First timers Yough
04 Aug 2018 Recreational/Flatwater Kayak Introduction - Aug 4, 2018
21 Jul 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Intermediate - Lehigh River
21 Jul 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (2-Day) - July 2018
15 Jul 2018 Whitewater Canoe Introduction (1-Day) - July 2018
15 Jul 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day) - July 2018
14 Jul 2018 Recreational Kayak Introduction - July 2018
12 Jul 2018 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - July 2018
27 Jun 2018 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction - June 2018
24 Jun 2018 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day) - June 2018
23 Jun 2018 Recreational Kayak Introduction - June 2018
31 May 2018 2018 Whitewater Kayak - Novice Training (4-Day)
31 May 2018 2018 Whitewater Canoe - Novice Training (4-Day)
19 May 2018 Introduction to Canoeing (2 Day Class)
22 Apr 2018 Instruction Fair
25 Mar 2018 Pool Rolling
18 Mar 2018 Pool Rolling
11 Mar 2018 Pool Rolling
04 Mar 2018 Pool Rolling
18 Feb 2018 Pool Rolling
11 Feb 2018 Pool Rolling
04 Feb 2018 (copy) pool
21 Jan 2018 (copy) (copy) pool
20 Jan 2018 2018 PCC Annual Banquet
07 Jan 2018 (copy) pool
30 Dec 2017 Bob Chellel Memorial Service
18 Dec 2017 After Meeting Program: Holiday Party!
17 Dec 2017 (copy) pool
10 Dec 2017 pool
20 Nov 2017 After Meeting Program: Margo Pellegrino, Solo Paddler Extraordinaire!
18 Nov 2017 Turkey Trot
16 Oct 2017 After Meeting Program: Fleet Capt. Joseph Cunningham
14 Oct 2017 october 14th work day
18 Sep 2017 Before Meeting Wine Tasting on the Deck! Free!
31 Aug 2017 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction
19 Aug 2017 Whitewater Canoe Introduction (1-Day)
13 Aug 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day)
12 Aug 2017 Recreational Kayaking Introduction (1-Day)
05 Aug 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Intro (Schuylkill River - 2 Days)
05 Aug 2017 Whitewater Kayak - Advanced Skills on the Lower Yough
22 Jul 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Intermediate (Lehigh River - 2 Days)
20 Jul 2017 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction
16 Jul 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day)
15 Jul 2017 Recreational Kayaking Introduction
08 Jul 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day)
24 Jun 2017 Recreational Kayak Introduction
22 Jun 2017 Stand Up Paddle Boarding Introduction
17 Jun 2017 Whitewater Kayaking Introduction (1-Day)
31 May 2017 Whitewater Kayak - Novice Training (4-Day)
21 May 2017 PCC Open House 2017
20 May 2017 Two Day Into to River Canoeing
20 May 2017 Canoeing - Intro to Flat/Moving Water (2-Days)
23 Apr 2017 Instruction Fair
08 Apr 2017 1 Day Intermediate Whitewater Canoe
11 Feb 2017 Workday
01 Jan 2017 New Years Day Paddle/Pot Luck
11 Dec 2016 Paddle Crosswicks Creek
11 Dec 2016 Sunday Morning Pool Session at St. Joe's Pool
19 Nov 2016 TURKEY TROT
19 Sep 2016 Cookout, meeting and boat welding.
11 Sep 2016 Intro to Whitewater Canoe
10 Sep 2016 Intro to Canoe
01 Sep 2016 Intro to Stand Up Paddleboarding
27 Aug 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 8/27
25 Aug 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 8/25
20 Aug 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 8/20
18 Aug 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 8/18
13 Aug 2016 1 Day Introduction to Flatwater Kayak 8/13
13 Aug 2016 Ottawa River
07 Aug 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 8/7
04 Aug 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 8/4
28 Jul 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 7/28
24 Jul 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 7/24
23 Jul 2016 Whitewater Canoe One Day
23 Jul 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 7/23
17 Jul 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 7/17
16 Jul 2016 1 Day Introduction to Flatwater Kayak 7/16
14 Jul 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 7/14
09 Jul 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 7/9
07 Jul 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 7/7
30 Jun 2016 Introduction to Stand Up Paddleboarding 6/30
26 Jun 2016 1 Day Into to Whitewater Kayaking 6/26
25 Jun 2016 1 Day Introduction to Flatwater Kayak 6/25
04 Jun 2016 4 day novice whitewater kayak
29 May 2016 Shuylkill River - Pottstown to Linfield
14 May 2016 Club Work Day
06 May 2016 CHEAT RIVER FESTIVAL
23 Apr 2016 Boater Safety Class
08 Apr 2016 1 Day Intermediate Whitewater

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