Vancouver Rowing Club Summer Regatta & Lobster Bash

VRC Lobster

 

 

Date:   Friday, July 10, 2015 – 17:00 – Sunday, July 12, 2015 – 23:00

Location:   Vancouver Rowing Club

Event:
The VRC is hosting a charity regatta to benefit marine conservation organization Georgia Strait Alliance. GSA’s Clean Marine BC green boating and marina eco-certification program helps boaters find the facilities, services and information needed in order to protect our cruising waters for many years to come. Multiple sailing races Sat & Sun. Fri Welcome BBQ, Sat Lobster Bash, Sun BBQ, plus Sat & Sun entertainment with Ruckus Deluxe. Notice of race and registration http://vrcracing.ca

Photo Credit: Alex Herdman

Host:  Georgia Strait Alliance

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