Events - Future Events View
The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move
between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times,
location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen.
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Camp Fellowship, Waterloo, SC, USA
Traditional Inuit Paddlers of the Southeast
Qajaq Camp is a non-profit based in Minnesota, our mission is to organize kayak events with the purpose to preserve, study and promote the traditions and techniques of Greenland kayaking while seeking to further the appreciation and development of Greenland-style kayaking in the United States.
Croton Point Park, NY, USA
Hudson River Greenland Festival
After careful consideration, the HRGF board has decided to err on the side of caution and not hold an event this year. There are just too many unanswered questions about gathering a large group and keeping everyone safe.
We will miss all of you, those that we know and those that we‘ve yet to meet. 2022 HRGF will be epic!
Camp Lookout, Lower Herring Lake, Michigan
North Long Lake, in Nisswa/Merrifield, MN
Traditional Paddlers Gathering
Twanoh State Park, WA, USA
South Sound Traditional Inuit Kayaking Symposium.
Camp Arrowhead, Lewis, DE, USA
Delmarva Paddlers Retreat
We are in Delmarva’s 4th decade providing top level instruction to the paddling community. Special guests and workshops will be announced. This mentor rich event has a great student teacher ratio, often one on one. You‘re guaranteed to learn something new, improve your paddling skills, make new friends and have fun. All this in a rustic camp-style setting on the scenic shores of Rehoboth Bay, Delaware, USA.
We are not sure how the Covid situation will impact us yet, hopefully minimally, but safety is our main concern. Watch our website for updates.
For more information, see www.delmarvapaddlersretreat.org or contact us at email@example.com
Traditional Qajaqers of the South is a non-profit that welcomes all paddlers to share its mission to keep traditions alive. TRAQS adheres to the Greenlandic and QajaqUSA principles of mentoring, sharing passion, skills, culture and knowledge to further the community.