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Paddle Antrim Kayaking & Paddleboarding Classes

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Date:
July 6
Time:
10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Cost:
$40 – $90
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Organizer

Paddle Antrim
Phone:
231-492-0171
Email:
info@paddleantrim.com
Website:
www.paddleantrim.com

Other

Season
Summer
Age
All Ages

Venue

DNR Boat Launch
4200 Birch Pointe Drive
Kewadin, MI 49648 United States
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Paddle Antrim is excited to offer kayaking and paddleboarding classes this summer in Northern Michigan. These are great classes for beginners and for those who have been paddling for a while but have never had any formal training. These interactive on-the-water classes are great fun for learning how to paddle more efficiently and make sure you are safe while out on the water. Classes offered include both adult and kid-specific classes.

“Paddling season is here and safety on the water is a high priority for us,” says Deana Jerdee, executive director of Paddle Antrim. “We are pleased to be able to offer these great opportunities locally to give people the information and skills they need to have a fun and safe time out on the water. We are especially excited to offer a fun and unique experience for kids which includes kayaks sized just for them.”

All classes are taught by American Canoe Association-certified instructors. Classes are limited, with a maximum student-to-teacher ratio of 5 to 1, ensuring great interaction and instruction. All kid classes and those taught on July 6th & 7th include all necessary gear free of charge but early registration is recommended.

Only a few of the classes have been listed here — please visit the website for accurate times and venues. For registration or additional information, go online http://www.paddleantrim.com/events/list/ or contact Paddle Antrim at [email protected] or 231-492-0171.

About Paddle Antrim

Paddle Antrim is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to protect our water resources by using paddle sports to connect people to our waterways. Through stewardship, education, improved water trail access, and promotion of our waterways we will increase water resources protection and enhance the economic vitality of the region.