Ontario Sailing

Feb 4, 2020

Dealing with High Water and Changing Water Conditions

This day is being arranged by Ontario Sailing to help our Clubs, School, Camps and Affiliates learn more about dealing with changing water levels and forecasting what is to come in the years ahead.

Date: Saturday February 15, 2020

Location: National Yacht Club, 1 Stadium Road, Toronto

Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm

Cost:  $20.00 + HST (to cover food costs only) ** PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!

Session Schedule (please check back often as this schedule is subject to change)

9:00am – 10:00am ** Shoreplan – Engineering of systems and docks

10:00am -10:45am ** Pierre Beland – Canadian Commissioner/Chair of the International Joint Commission

10:45am -11:45am ** Jordan Kropf – Kropf Industries – Floating docks and walkways

11:45am ** Lunch and Social

12:15pm – 1:00pm ** Ron Bianchi – Meteorologist

1:00pm – 1:30pm ** Next Steps – Water Levels’ Discussion

TO REGISTER, please visit https://ontariosailing.ca/high-water/  All participants must register separately.

For more information on the day, please contact Glenn Lethbridge, Executive Director, Ontario Sailing at execdir@ontariosailing.ca

If you are unable to attend in person because you are outside the Toronto area, please contact Krystal at info@ontariosailing.ca to register for a streaming session.  Please include your name, member organization, and your role at the organization in the email.  All participants must register separately.

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