The BC Marine Trails Network Spring Environmental Forum has been cancelled due to concerns about Covid-19.
Mark the date!
For tickets and venue information, see Paddling Film Festival
Our April meeting (April 8th) is cancelled due to concerns about Covid-19.
The Annual General Meeting and executive elections will be held on March 11, 2020.
Elections are followed by a regular general meeting and gear swap and sale.
Do you have spare gear to sell? Bring your gently used kayaking or camping gear to our semi-annual gear swap and sale, and if you’re looking for gear, bring your wallet!
Items are always at a great price and in great condition – so if you’re just starting out and need kayak or camping gear, or if you’ve been kayaking for a while and have worn out some of your gear, this is the place to be!
Harmsworth Hall, 7:30pm
PIKA members share paddling and gear knowledge and skills at the next regular club meeting, Wednesday February 12th, 7:30 p.m., Harmsworth Hall.
The much-anticipated PIKA 2020 Trip Calendar with new and improved information about training and other special events is now available here.
For an article by PIKA member John Drent about practicing in river currents, see Articles & Opinions.
If you have comments on the article that you would like to have posted, or any sea-kayak-related article you want to post, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To our members, please remember it’s time to look ahead and pay your 2020 annual dues.
Download the application form from the Join Us page and send it along with payment to the address on page 2 of the form.
Take a minute to read the PIKA Paddler Guidelines for 2020, also found on the Join Us page, to learn about the changes to skills requirements for the various PIKA trip classifications.
Facilitator training will take place on Sunday February 23rd starting at 10:00 am. There will be a short break for lunch which you need to purchase.
The training will finish around 3:00 pm.
All facilitators must keep current by taking this training at least once every two years.
Location is the meeting room in the White Spot Restaurant, just south of Fraser Highway on 264th Street, Aldergrove. It’s attached to the Best Western and there is a side door to access it so you don’t need to go through the restaurant.
People who want to facilitate a trip for the 2020 calendar are invited to attend the trip planning meeting on January 11, 2020.
Please bring your fantastic paddling ideas and preferred dates! Those who have confirmed reservations or must take a trip on a particular date because of tides, currents, etc., will get the first opportunity to put their trip on the calendar.
The meeting will be held at the White Spot in Aldergrove, starting at 1:00pm.
White Spot address is 3070 264 St unit b, Aldergrove, BC
If you can’t be there but want to facilitate a trip, send your request to the trip coordinator: email@example.com .