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Soundings needs articles PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julian Haines   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 21:52

If you have something to say that you think others would like to read, please write it down and email it to the chairperson. It doesn't have to be perfect. Pictures help. I'm sure many of you will have been on interesting kayaking trips this summer. Please tell us all about them!

The copy deadline for the September issue is Monday 30th August, fast approaching now.

Club Social BBQ 20/08/10 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 31 July 2010 17:42

Dear fellow kayakers,

** You are all cordially invited to our Summer Social BBQ **

When: Friday 20th August from 6pm onwards

Where: in the beer garden of the Carlisle bar of the Kingston Hotel in Dun Laoghaire. There is parking, Dart access, and sea front access if you come by boat...

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 August 2010 21:52
Marine Biology Summer School for Adults, Bray PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Julian Haines   
Thursday, 15 July 2010 19:37

Whether you are a young person considering a career in marine biology, or a mature student who'd just like to know more about Ireland's fascinating marine wildlife, Marine Dimensions have a workshop for you! Workshops include a Bray head seashore safari, introduction to marine biology, a guide to Ireland's seashore and a marine wildlife sea kayaking day. 

Junior Paddlefest 2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Julian Haines   
Saturday, 31 July 2010 16:52


The last weekend in September sees a return to Rathdrum for Paddlefest 2010, WWKC's annual "come and try" event for junior paddlers of all levels. Try your hand at rodeo, paddle a canoe like Pochahontas, tackle a weir or play some kayak polo.

Last Updated on Saturday, 31 July 2010 16:53
Soundings June edition published PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julian Haines   
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 22:44

The June edition of the club newsletter, Soundings, is out now! It includes articles about trips planned and undertaken by club members: whale watching in Alaska, training in Skye and a long open crossing from Northern Ireland to Scotland and back. There's also an article about the recent clean-up of Dalkey Island, an identification guide for Mediterranean and black-headed gulls, both of which can be seen locally and the first crossword from our new crossword editor!


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