VCKC Sea Kayak Event Calendar

    • 17 Apr 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    • 0

     This is the Basic Kayak Course for individuals new to the sport or with limited kayaking experience.  For more details on what is covered go to Paddle Canada's website Here  and scroll down 

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 3 meters occur you will need these items. It is suggested that you plan to participate with someone you know as there will be an assisted rescue segment.

    You must have attended the protocol orientation session and signed the waiver regarding the COVID protocol prior to attending the course. If you have not already completed this requirement contact kayak@vckc.ca to arrange a session.

    Some aspects of the training will occur via Zoom. Successful registrants will be provided the Zoom information prior to the course. Some aspects of the session will be outside so be sure to dress appropriately. Participants will require appropriate immersion clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session and the gorge can be cold this time of year. These can be rented from  Sports Net.

    If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. You will be required to bring a whistle as these are mandatory when on the water and not currently on club PFD's due to COVID restrictions.

    Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak through the booking coordinator here. Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.


    • 17 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Compound
    • 1
    Register

    This session is designed to provide members with information on how the new protocol impacts their access to the clubhouse, compound and equipment. It is a requirement to participate in any VCKC events and courses. Many of the cleaning protocols in place will continue so it is a good idea to understand them.

    At the time of the orientation you will have the opportunity to sign the new waiver. A waiver must be signed by each family member.  Any family member who will use equipment or access the clubhouse needs to attend a session and have a unique waiver signed.

    Please bring a face masks and hand sanitizer to use after you have touched items in the clubhouse.

    • 18 Apr 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    • 0

     This is the Basic Kayak Course for individuals new to the sport or with limited kayaking experience.  For more details on what is covered go to Paddle Canada's website Here  and scroll down 

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 3 meters occur you will need these items. It is suggested that you plan to participate with someone you know as there will be an assisted rescue segment.

    You must have attended the protocol orientation session and signed the waiver regarding the COVID protocol prior to attending the course. If you have not already completed this requirement contact kayak@vckc.ca to arrange a session.

    Some aspects of the training will occur via Zoom. Successful registrants will be provided the Zoom information prior to the course. Some aspects of the session will be outside so be sure to dress appropriately. Participants will require appropriate immersion clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session and the gorge can be cold this time of year. These can be rented from  Frank White's Dive Shop or Coastal Bliss Adventures.

    If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. You will be required to bring a whistle as these are mandatory when on the water and not currently on club PFD's due to COVID restrictions.

    Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak through the booking coordinator here. Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.


    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 6:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Compound
    • 6
    Register

    This session is designed to provide members with information on how the new protocol impacts their access to the clubhouse, compound and equipment. It is a requirement to participate in any VCKC events and courses. Many of the cleaning protocols in place will continue so it is a good idea to understand them.

    At the time of the orientation you will have the opportunity to sign the new waiver. A waiver must be signed by each family member.  Any family member who will use equipment or access the clubhouse needs to attend a session and have a unique waiver signed.

    Please bring a face masks and hand sanitizer to use after you have touched items in the clubhouse.

    • 24 Apr 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (PDT)
    • Upper Gorge
    • 0

    Improving your paddling technique helps increase the efficiency of your stroke, allows you to paddle longer and increases your ability to respond to changes in water or weather conditions. The correct paddle length is also important to effectively and efficiently move the kayak in the water.

    Dorthea Hoffman has agreed to conduct paddle stroke clinics for members on Saturday mornings. The clinic will give the opportunity for new and experienced paddlers to develop and improve their techniques. If you have your own kayak and paddle it is best to bring them to the clinic. If you require a club kayak contact kayakbookings@vckc.ca

    Each clinic will be limited to six (6) paddlers to allow for individual attention. Dorthea will include paddling with the Greenland paddle for interested parties as well. 

    Clinic are open to any member who has completed the Basic Kayak Course.

    Pre registration is required and the cost is $15.

    • 25 Apr 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (PDT)
    • Fleming Beach, Esquimalt
    • 0
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    Hi VCKC Kayakers and Canoeists,

    It's time to take a tour of the Inner Harbour on Sunday April 25 2021.  We will follow the shoreline around Macaulay Point, behind Harrison Island to McLaughlin Point where we'll pass the sewage treatment plant as we turn into West Bay. Continuing around West Bay we'll paddle our way past Lime Bay (Spinnaker's Pub) and follow the shoreline to experience the 'kayak bypass' under the Victoria International Marina at the Songhees walkway. We'll stop at a small beach along the Songhees walkway just before Songhees Point for lunch - remember there are no washroom facilities. After the break we will cross to the other shore (Laurel Point Inn) and paddle along past the Coho Ferry dock to the V2V Ferry dock in front of the old wax museum building (now the Bateman Gallery). Here we'll scoot around past the float plane base as we head to the Johnson Street Bridge where we'll swing across to the far shore and follow the coastline back to Songhees Point where we will cross back over to Laurel Point for a paddle past Fisherman's Wharf. At the Coast Guard base we will complete our full-circuit tour of Victoria's inner harbour and make our final crossing over to Berens Island where we will noodle along the coast on our way back to Fleming Beach

    If forecast winds are in excess of 7 knots the paddle will be cancelled.  An alternative paddle "Plan B" may be offered to confirmed registrants.

    Registration Note:  All registrants will be first put on a waitlist and then notified when they are added to the trip.  Click on "Join Waitlist" to register

    An objective of the trip is demonstrating how to paddle safely in the Inner Harbour, following the Port of Victoria traffic rules.  Please familiarize yourself with the restricted areas and "safe crossings" for Victoria Harbour ahead of time.

    This trip is open to solo kayakers and tandem canoeists.  Canoe partners need to be members living in the same household

    The launch at Fleming Beach has toilets but our planned rest stop does not.  

    Paddle Distance approx 12.0 km (6.5nm )

    Paddle Routehttps://photos.app.goo.gl/nHH8Sg6iSZG3R7NaA

    Capacity:  8 people

    Trip LeaderCraig Thomson

    Skill Level and Experience Relaxed

    Participants will have certification (or equiv skills) of:

    Paddle Canada Kayak Basic

    or 

    RCABC Canoe Lakewater 1

    If you are unsure about the suitability of your skills, equipment or clothing, please contact a trip leader for advice prior to the paddle date.

    The Plan (please read carefully):

    Our aim is to have everyone on the water by 10:00 am

    Please arrive at Fleming Beach by 9:15 am.  

    We anticipate being back to the launch by 3:00pm

    What to Bring

    Safety Gear:  Boats must carry the following safety equipment. 

    • PFD for each person (worn)
    • whistle
    • bailing device e.g. pump or bailer
    • throw rope
    • painter on both ends (canoeists only)
    • spare paddle (canoeists only)
    If anyone is licensed for marine VHF radio and has a radio, please bring it along

    Lunch:  We'll be stopping for lunch at the gravel beach in front of the Delta Oceanfront Hotel (Songhees Point) for about 30 minutes.  There are no toilets or facilities.

    What to Wear

    This is a nearshore ocean paddle. As a minimum you will need to wear synthetic based clothing such as polypropylene, nylon, or wool. 

    Parking

    Fleming Beach parking lot. Drop your boats off near the ramp and move them to one side then park your car in the public parking area. We must do our very best to keep the boat launch area clear for vehicles with trailers. We will be launching from Fleming Beach, which is approx 100m down a flat, paved path to the left of the boat launch

    Covid-19 safety

    Participants are asked to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer in case either is required.  We will maintain recommended Covid distances at all times during the event
    In order to be eligible to participate you will have attended an orientation session on the Covid protocols and signed a waiver.

    Club Boats

    All club kayaks and canoes have been reserved for this trip.  You don't need to contact the booking volunteers at this time.

    You are responsible for picking up, securing, transporting and returning the boat to/from Fleming Bay. The trip leader will NOT be attending the clubhouse

    Trip Contacts

    Craig Thomson

    Email:  seakayak.craig@gmail.com
    Phone & Text:   250.213.2507 

    • 30 Apr 2021
    • 5:30 AM (PDT)
    • Upper Gorge
    Register

    This clinic is for members who want to practice the various rescue techniques

    • 30 Apr 2021
    • 5:30 AM (PDT)
    • Upper Gorge
    Register

    This clinic is for members who want to practice the various paddle stroke  techniques

    • 30 Apr 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM (PDT)
    • TBA
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    • 30 Apr 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    Register

     This is the Basic Kayak Course for individuals new to the sport or with limited kayaking experience.  For more details on what is covered go to Paddle Canada's website Here  and scroll down 

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 2 meters occur you will need these items.

    You must have attended the protocol orientation session and signed the waiver regarding the COVID protocol prior to attending the course. If you have not already completed this requirement contact kayak@vckc.ca to arrange a session.

    All aspects of the training will occur outside so be sure to dress appropriately. Participants will require appropriate immersion clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session and the gorge can be cold this time of year. These can be rented from Ocean River or Sports Net.

    If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. You will be required to bring a whistle as these are mandatory when on the water and not currently on club PFD's due to COVID restrictions.

    Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak through the booking coordinator here. Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.

    There is limited places for purchasing food around the Club so it is best that you bring a lunch, snacks and beverages.

    • 30 Apr 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    Register

     This is the Level 1 Kayak Course for individuals who have completed the Basic Course and have at least six months paddling experience.

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 2 meters occur you will need these items.

    Participants will require appropriate clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session. If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak. mailto:kayakbooking@vckc.ca

    Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted. It is best that you  participate with someone you know, as the recovery sessions does require you to potentially be closer than 2 meters.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.

    There is limited places for purchasing food around the Club so it is best that you bring a lunch, snacks and beverages.

    • 01 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 02 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    Register

    This course is designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of kayaking first on flat water and then applying these skills to in moving water It is suitable for people with little or no previous kayaking experience, who are confident in water and willing to get wet.  The course has theory components that will cover understanding and reading the river in addition to kayak maneuvering skills.  All skills are initially taught on flatwater (non-moving), including rescue techniques. Many of these skills are the building blocks for rolling your kayak, which takes considerable practice to master.  We will spend a little time introducing this skill prior to moving onto class 1 moving water on Day 2 of the moving water course but recommend that you take one of our rolling courses or clinics to further develop this skill. 


    • 01 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Fuller Lake, Chemanius
    • 0
    Registration is closed

    This 2-hour clinic introduces the basic mechanics involved in rolling a kayak leading to the ability to roll a kayak confidently in calm conditions. 

    Prerequisites: Level I Kayak Skills certification or equivalent skill and knowledge. Students must be able to perform a controlled and calm wet exit. 

    Course Length : 2 hours minimum. 

    Maximum 6 participants 

    Assessment :While there is no formal certification with this level, assessment will still be made through practical exercises with a focus on developing the participant's awareness and rolling skills as well as a personal roadmap to future learning. 

    You can rent a dry/wet suit from  Frank White's Dive Shop or Coastal Bliss Adventures.

    • 02 May 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    • 0

     This is the Basic Kayak Course for individuals new to the sport or with limited kayaking experience.  For more details on what is covered go to Paddle Canada's website Here  and scroll down 

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 3 meters occur you will need these items. It is suggested that you plan to participate with someone you know as there will be an assisted rescue segment.

    You must have attended the protocol orientation session and signed the waiver regarding the COVID protocol prior to attending the course. If you have not already completed this requirement contact kayak@vckc.ca to arrange a session.

    Some aspects of the training will occur via Zoom. Successful registrants will be provided the Zoom information prior to the course. Some aspects of the session will be outside so be sure to dress appropriately. Participants will require appropriate immersion clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session and the gorge can be cold this time of year. These can be rented from Frank White's Dive Shop or Coastal Bliss Adventures.

    If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. You will be required to bring a whistle as these are mandatory when on the water and not currently on club PFD's due to COVID restrictions.

    Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak through the booking coordinator here. Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.


    • 15 May 2021
    • 8:30 AM (PDT)
    • 16 May 2021
    • 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    • 0

     This is the Level 1 Kayak Course for individuals who have completed the Basic Course and have at least six months paddling experience.

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 2 meters occur you will need these items.

    Participants will require appropriate clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session. If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak. mailto:kayakbooking@vckc.ca

    Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted. It is best that you  participate with someone you know, as the recovery sessions does require you to potentially be closer than 2 meters.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.

    There is limited places for purchasing food around the Club so it is best that you bring a lunch, snacks and beverages.

    • 05 Jun 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • VCKC Deck and Gorge Waterway
    • 0

     This is the Basic Kayak Course for individuals new to the sport or with limited kayaking experience.  For more details on what is covered go to Paddle Canada's website Here  and scroll down 

    All participants are required to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer as these will not be provided. All efforts will be undertaken to ensure appropriate social distancing, however, in the event that less than the 3 meters occur you will need these items. It is suggested that you plan to participate with someone you know as there will be an assisted rescue segment.

    You must have attended the protocol orientation session and signed the waiver regarding the COVID protocol prior to attending the course. If you have not already completed this requirement contact kayak@vckc.ca to arrange a session.

    Some aspects of the training will occur via Zoom. Successful registrants will be provided the Zoom information prior to the course. Some aspects of the session will be outside so be sure to dress appropriately. Participants will require appropriate immersion clothing, which will include a wet or dry suit as you will be in the water for the recovery session and the gorge can be cold this time of year. These can be rented from Frank White's Dive Shop or Coastal Bliss Adventures.

    If you have your own PFD that would be ideal, however, it you need to borrow one from the Club that can be arranged. You will be required to bring a whistle as these are mandatory when on the water and not currently on club PFD's due to COVID restrictions.

    Participants can either use their own boats and safety equipment or reserve a club kayak through the booking coordinator here. Participants will be required to properly clean any equipment that is used at the end of the session.

    Due to the current participant restrictions a maximum of 6 registrants will be excepted.

    Payment must be received at time of booking your spot or it will not be guaranteed.


    • 08 May 2023
    • 9:15 AM - 3:00 PM (PDT)
    • Amherst Kayak Launch, Sidney
    • 1
    Register

    Hi VCKC Kayakers and Canoeists,

    Arg, Maties !   We're headed to Rum Island for a day trip on Saturday May 8 2021.  Rum Island is part of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve.

    Our trip starts at the Amherst Ave kayak launch in Sidney.  <  add description > 

    Registration Note:  All registrants will be first put on a waitlist and then notified when they are added to the trip.  Click on "Join Waitlist" to register

    This trip is open to solo kayakers and tandem canoeists.  Canoe partners need to be members living in the same household 

    The Amherst Ave launch does not have washroom facilities, but our lunch stop at Rum Island has pit toilets.

    Paddle Distance approx 11nm (20km) which is roughly 4 hours of continuous paddling.

    Paddle Route:  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35525874

    Capacity:  10 people

    Trip Leaders:  Mike Teachman, Ryan Ovens

    Skill Level and ExperienceEnergizer

    Participants will have certification (or equiv skills) of:

    Paddle Canada Kayak L1

    or 

    RCABC Basic Ocean Canoeing - Level III

    If you are unsure about the suitability of your skills, equipment or clothing, please contact a trip leader for advice prior to the trip date.

    The Plan (please read carefully):

    Our aim is to have everyone on the water by 10:00 AM

    Please arrive at the Amherst Ave kayak launch no later than 9:15 am.     

    We anticipate being back to Amherst Ave between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm

    What to Bring

    Safety Gear:  Boats must carry the following safety equipment. 

    • PFD for each person (worn)
    • whistle
    • bailing device e.g. pump or bailer
    • throw rope
    • painter on both ends (canoeists only)
    • spare paddle (canoeists only)

    Lunch:  We'll be stopping for lunch at Rum Island.  There are toilets.

    What to Wear

    This is an ocean trip with exposed open crossings. As a minimum you will need to wear a neoprene farmer john/jane wetsuit. Clothing such as nylon pants and synthetic top will not be allowed for this trip.

    Parking 

    Any street that allows all-day parking, such as along 3rd Avenue

    Covid-19 safety

    Participants are asked to bring a face mask and hand sanitizer in case either is required.  We will maintain recommended Covid distances at all times during the event
    In order to be eligible to participate you will have attended an orientation session on the Covid protocols and signed a waiver.

    Club Boats

    All club kayaks and canoes have been reserved for this trip.  You don't need to contact the booking volunteers at this time.

    Members who borrow a club boat are responsible to transport the boat to the launch (either yourself or arrange for transportation on someone else's vehicle) 

    If you need help transporting a boat, the trip leader might have some participants you can contact for help.

    Trip Contact

    Mike Teachman

    mike.teachman@gmail.com

    home:  250 598 6866

    text:  250 507 5673

Past events

10 Apr 2021 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
10 Apr 2021 Tour de Downtown Victoria
07 Apr 2021 Yukon Canoe Trip - Canoe Director Louise
06 Apr 2021 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
03 Apr 2021 River Kayaking Course - offsite
27 Mar 2021 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
24 Jan 2021 Kayak Paddle Stroke Clinic
09 Jan 2021 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
06 Jan 2021 Zoom Practice for AGM
05 Dec 2020 Kayak Paddle Stroke Clinic
21 Nov 2020 Kayak Paddle Stroke Clinic
14 Nov 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
14 Nov 2020 Kayak Paddle Stroke Clinic
11 Nov 2020 Remembrance Day Paddle on the Cowichan- offsite
07 Nov 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
07 Nov 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
07 Nov 2020 Esquimalt Harbour Day Trip (10am and 11am starts)
31 Oct 2020 Kayak Paddle Stroke Clinic
31 Oct 2020 Basic Level 1 Combo Kayak Course
29 Oct 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
24 Oct 2020 Basic Level 1 Combo Kayak Course
22 Oct 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
17 Oct 2020 Kayak Instructor Training - Offsite
10 Oct 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
10 Oct 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
10 Oct 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
10 Oct 2020 Basic Level 1 Combo Kayak Course
04 Oct 2020 Portland Island Day Trip
29 Sep 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
26 Sep 2020 Kayak Level II Skills
21 Sep 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
20 Sep 2020 Basic Kayak Course
12 Sep 2020 Kayak Level II Skills
12 Sep 2020 Level 1Kayak Course
09 Sep 2020 VCKC COVID 19 Protocol Orientation
08 Sep 2020 Basic Kayak Course
27 Aug 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
22 Aug 2020 Level 1Kayak Course
18 Aug 2020 Basic Kayak Course
15 Aug 2020 le Tour de Cadboro Bay
11 Aug 2020 Basic Kayak Course
11 Aug 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
26 Jul 2020 Basic Kayak Course
23 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
21 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
21 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
19 Jul 2020 Thetis Lake day trip
16 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
14 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
12 Jul 2020 Basic Kayak Course
11 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation
05 Jul 2020 VCKC Reopening Protocol Orientation - SUP
07 Apr 2020 Paddling Presentation - Safety Considerations for Trip Planning Postponed
24 Mar 2020 Kayak program Meeting Postponed
03 Mar 2020 Paddling and Health Presentation
10 Feb 2020 Paddling Presentation - Ellesmere Island to Greenland
30 Jan 2020 Paddling Presentation: Teen Angst in the Stikine
19 Jan 2020 Club Paddle - Chemainus Delta
14 Dec 2019 Kayaker Social
23 Nov 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
11 Nov 2019 Big Canoe Program - Remembrance Day flat water paddle
26 Oct 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
14 Oct 2019 Flatwater Paddle Monday October 14th 2019 - Gorge
06 Oct 2019 Flatwater Paddle Sunday October 6th 2019 - Sooke Basin
18 Aug 2019 Flatwater Paddle in Sooke Basin
10 Aug 2019 Paddle around James Island NOT Victoria Waterways Loop Day Trip
01 Jul 2019 Canada Day Celebrations on the Gorge -Strawberry Tea
30 Jun 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
29 Jun 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
22 Jun 2019 Sea Kayak Level 1 (#1)
22 Jun 2019 Sea Kayak Level 1 (#2)
18 Jun 2019 Canoesday!
04 May 2019 Sea Kayak Level 1 (cancelled)
13 Apr 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
16 Mar 2019 Kayak Program Meeting & Paddle in the Gorge
09 Mar 2019 Kayak Program - Cold Water Wet Exit Clinic
09 Mar 2019 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
09 Feb 2019 Kayak Meeting & Paddle
06 Feb 2019 Making A Greenland Paddle
20 Jan 2019 Flatwater Paddle
14 Nov 2018 Sea Kayak Program Meeting
03 Nov 2018 Fall Clean-up: Clubhouse & Grounds
14 Oct 2018 Flatwater Paddle
23 Sep 2018 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
14 Aug 2018 August BBQ potluck
11 Aug 2018 Dragon Boat Potluck
21 Jul 2018 VCKC Guts & Glory 2018
17 Jul 2018 July BBQ potluck
07 Jul 2018 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
20 Jun 2018 Dragon Boat Nanaimo Planning
09 Jun 2018 Sea Kayak Level 1
03 Jun 2018 Victoria Waterloops Trail Flatwater Paddle
23 May 2018 Dragon Boat Nanaimo Planning
06 May 2018 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
28 Apr 2018 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
21 Apr 2018 Sea Kayak Basic Skills Course
08 Apr 2018 Potluck with Mile
29 Mar 2018 Canoe and Kayak Meeting
26 Feb 2018 Kayak Instructors Meeting
21 Feb 2018 Marine Restricted Operator's Certificate Course
11 Feb 2018 PFTK Brunch
18 Nov 2017 Flatwater Paddle
29 Oct 2017 How to make your own Greenland paddle
29 Oct 2017 Tie-One-On and How to Pack your Kayak
08 Oct 2017 Club Flatwater Paddle
03 Oct 2017 Kayak Instructors Meeting
01 Oct 2017 Club Flatwater Paddle
10 Sep 2017 Sea Kayak Introduction to Currents Clinic
04 Sep 2017 VCKC Fall BBQ, General Meeting and Boat Moving
27 Aug 2017 Sea Kayak Introduction to Currents Clinic
17 Aug 2017 Sea Kayak Rescue Clinic
15 Aug 2017 Sea Kayak Stroke Clinic
13 Aug 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
12 Aug 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
17 Jun 2017 Skill clinic - Crabbing
12 Jun 2017 Inflatable PFD Info Session
03 Jun 2017 Level 1 Sea Kayak Skills - 2 day course
13 May 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
07 May 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
22 Apr 2017 Spring Clean-up: Gorge Waterway Shoreline
02 Apr 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
18 Mar 2017 Introduction to Currents - Sea Kayak Clinic
11 Mar 2017 Kayak Basic Skills Course
15 Feb 2017 Kayak Instructors Meeting
13 Feb 2017 Family Day Paddle & Social
10 Jan 2017 VCKC Annual General Meeting (AGM)
12 Nov 2016 Level 1 Sea Kayak - 2 day course
06 Nov 2016 Kayak Basic Skills Course
23 Oct 2016 Flatwater paddle
17 Sep 2016 Kayak Basic Skills Course
10 Sep 2016 Level 1 Sea Kayak - 2 day course
06 Sep 2016 VCKC General Meeting
13 Aug 2016 Level 1 Sea Kayak - 2 day course
02 Aug 2016 General Membership summer BBQ evening
23 Jul 2016 VCKC Guts & Glory 2016
05 Jul 2016 Tuesday Canoe/Kayak practice paddle evenings
05 Jul 2016 Summer General Membership BBQ, Scavenger Hunt paddle
02 Jul 2016 Kayak Basic Skills Course
01 Jul 2016 Canada Day on the Gorge
15 Jun 2016 Skill clinic - Crabbing
07 Jun 2016 VCKC General Meeting & Summer Bar-B-Q
12 May 2016 Kayak Program admin meeting
18 Apr 2016 Clubhouse Main Floor Closed for Repair
16 Feb 2016 Canoe and Kayak Program Meeting
06 Feb 2016 Flatwater Paddle - Becher Bay to Pedder Bay
31 Dec 2014 Victoria Waterways Loop Meeting (Marathon Canoe Program)
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