2019 Annual General Meeting: Saturday September 28th, 5 to 6:30 pm.
After the success of last year’s AGM, we will again be holding our AGM at the Parson’s Centre, Minden Whitewater Preserve. There will be an online option for members joining in remotely. Details can be read here: 2019 Annual General Meeting
2019 Events Calendar is now updated
Check out our paddling seasons events. If we don’t have an event posted every week, watch our facebook feed for groups getting together. Expect and exciting and full paddling season.
KWP board approved a policy for our club social media platforms, it can be viewed in our Forms and Documents page here.
Family Rate for 2019 Memberships
KWP is pleased to announce the introduction of a Family Rate starting with the 2019 membership year. 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)
Santa Claus Parade
Thanks to all who came out to the Peterborough Santa Claus Parade. If you would like to see our photo album on this event, visit our Facebook page here: Santa Claus Parade Album 2018
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: