WHAT IS 58 YEARS OLD AND THE MOST FUN, EVER???
WASHINGTON KAYAK CLUB’S ANNUAL
SALMON LA SAC (aka: WKC Bottoms-Up Regatta)
Whitewater Races and
JUNE 1-2, 2019
All are welcome. It’s not just for racers!
At the USFS Salmon la Sac campground (near Roslyn, in eastern Washington).
On the Cle Elum River
It’s always the first full weekend in June!
Practice on slalom gates in class 2 whitewater
Participate in a Downriver Race – open to all kinds of boats http://www.americanwhitewater.org/rivers/id/2094/
Join a group afternoon river run
Kid’s Scavenger Hunt 7:00 pm
Music Jammin’ around the campfire
Potluck dessert chow-down
Fun Slalom race for all boats - Racer’s meeting 9:30 am
No-host Pizza night in Roslyn
Friday, May 31 – We need help to construct the slalom course – 9:30 AM.
You’ll get river practice in early and grab a good campsite! no experience required. Seriously, VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Email Jennie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 206-713-0520.
Saturday night Campfire-
NOTE: Traditional Kid's Scavenger Hunt Organizer needed
Bring your musical instrument, your lawn chair, a dessert or drink if you’re so inclined and your own plate, fork, and cup. All happening at campsite 004.
Sunday - Slalom race.
This race is NOT just for race boats. Plastic boats and open boats have their own class and even their own trophies.
Never tried slalom before? This is a good time and place to give it a go.
Camping: The Salmon la Sac campground has BOTH first-come, first-served sites and reservable sites available, but last I checked, reserveamerica.com showed all reservable sites taken, so show up as early as possible and grab a site. Or share. Sorry I can’t save a site for you. http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/salmon-la-sac/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=70321
Cost: On-water participation – Saturday only or both Saturday and Sunday is $20.00 per person. More than one race class is an additional $5.00. There will be separate classes based on age, gender, and type of boat. The prizes (there are many winners at SLS!) are really cool this year; don’t miss out.
How to Get There: Navigate I-90 east of Seattle and exit at Roslyn. Drive
through town (the whole place is a speed trap and stays a speed trap until
you get to the campground: Beware!) to the end of the road, and there you
are at both the race site and campground.
Need more info? www.nwwhitewater.org or Contact Race Director, Jennie at: email@example.com 206-713-0520. No cell service at the campground – I’m heading up Thursday afternoon May 30th.