We are again booking pool sessions at the Lindsay Recreation Complex for this winter, over the period January to March. The seven 90 minutes Saturday sessions can be purchased on our website for $75 for the series: Lindsay Winter Pool Series. Weekly drop-in spots maybe available, but are not guaranteed. An active club or WO membership is required, to maintain our insurance. (KWP memberships for 2020 are now on sale).
I would like to thank Chantal Leger for volunteering to be the Mackfest Lead for 2020. She brings to this role both her experience as a project manager, and a ton energy! As well, Kaitlyn, Ryan, Eric and Simon, will sit on the Mackfest organizing committee. If you are interested in volunteering to help prior to, or during Mackfest, please email Chantal at: email@example.com
KWP’s New Board
The new KWP board was elected to 1 year terms in our September AGM. You can read about them here.
Family Rate for 2020 Memberships
The family rate is $80, and covers a family of up to 4, including a maximum of 2 adults. Additional children/youths over the maximum can join at the regular membership rate of $30. We hope this will encourage more of our members to get their kids involved and out to enjoy the rivers with them. As always, children/youth attending club paddles/events must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
2019 memberships are now effective January 1st to December 31st.
2019 memberships purchased after Labour Day, will be effective till December 31st, 2020. Everyone’s else’s 2019 memberships will expire Dec. 31, 2019. Memberships can now be purchased Online! See the Store (Note: User Accounts are no longer necessary to purchase a membership)
After the 2019 Mackfest, KWP donated $500 to the new playground equipment for the Marmora P.S.
On Sunday September 9th, 2018, KWP made a donation of $3000.00 for Whitewater Ontario to to use for river course repairs on the Gull River, at the Minden Whitewater Preserve. This in-river work will increase the safety and paddling experience for newer to intermediate paddlers, using the length of river from below the Falls to Minden Lake. The letter can be read here: