Try dragonboating out for free this weekend at Fort Langley Marina.

Try dragonboating!

Fast & Furious Dragonboat team, just back from the Nationals, and Fort Langley Canoe Club hope to attract potential paddlers to this sport.

Do you want to try dragonboating? The Fast & Furious Dragonboat team, just back from the Nationals, and Fort Langley Canoe Club hope to attract potential paddlers to this sport.

Have you been looking for a healthy lifestyle alternative? Come out on Saturday, Sept. 28 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Fort Langley Marina Park at the base of Church Street, and try out the fastest growing sport in North America — dragonboating.

Fort Langley Canoe Club is hosting an opportunity for interested persons, age 15-plus, to try out this exciting and fun sport on the Bedford Channel in Fort Langley. It’s free to all, and paddles and PFDs are supplied. You will get instruction from experienced paddlers, and you may even find yourself racing off another team. Lots of fun!

Those aged 15-18 years must have a parent or guardian on-site to sign their waiver. There is registration, rain or shine, when you arrive at the tents. No swimming experience is necessary.

For more information contact Miriam at:

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