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    Default River Day 2015 - more of this please


    www.edmonton.ca

    When: Saturday June 13, 2015, 10am to 3pm
    Free Pancake Breakfast at 10am
    (sponsored by the Strathcona Industrial Association)

    Where: Rundle Park Family Centre - 2909-113 Avenue
    (access from Yellowhead Hwy or 113 Avenue)

    Join us on June 13, 2015 for an activity filled day on the water that includes hands-on activities for the whole family!

    Learn to fish at the “Pathways to Fishing” program sponsored by Berkley and The Fishin' Hole.
    Ride in a voyageur canoe.
    Try your luck at the “Pooter Pond.”
    Try Stand Up Paddle Boarding.
    Try an introductory canoe, kayak or Stand Up Paddle Boarding lesson for only $10. Book in advance online or by calling 311.
    Lesson Time Course Code
    Canoe Intro at River Day 10:15-11:15am 532537
    1-2pm 532538
    Kayak Intro at River Day 10:15-11:15am 544032
    1-2pm 544033
    Stand Up Paddleboarding Intro at River Day 10:15-11:15am 532518
    1-2pm 532519
    Hope to see you there!

    For more information:
    Karina Tetrault

    Telephone
    780-496-2984

    Email [email protected]
    www.decl.org

    Ottawa-Edmonton-Vancouver-Edmonton

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    Shhhhhhh, then it gets too busy for the rest of us.....jk of course. Great event for all ages, would like to see it grow some more, wiht displays and activities. Maybe some gold mining? Oh and less free crap that all the rude people clamour for and butt in line.

    It looks like they have dropped the fishing tournment that was held at Hermitage ponds in conjunction with this.

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    Imagine this ending with the raft race finishing up at Rundle, and kicking off a BBQ/bands/beer gardens.

    Completely unfeasible due to the need for a crane and multiple huge trucks to load the rafts, but it's a nice dream nonetheless.

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