Learn to make fire w/out matches

Nautical Crafts Heating Up

Nautical Crafts - Spoon Carving

Spoon Carving

Nautical Crafts - 1930 Old Town Canoe

1930 Old Town Canoe Restoration

The temps have dropped, and paddling for the general membership has ended, but there’s still plenty going on at the boatyard.

Now’s a perfect time to join or renew your membership for 2015 and take advantage of our Nautical Crafts Programming: boat restoration, paddle carving, spoon carving, knitting, survival skills, sea shantiesbook club, knot tying, chart reading, wood turning.

You can be creator, not just a consumer!

Check the calendar for scheduled events or come down to boatyard for a visit. Sit and stoke the fire. Inspiration will strike.

No experience required, beginners welcome.

Interested in our Fire & Survival Course for corporate training and team building? Email for more info.

November 12th: Dave + Amy Freeman

 

freemans

Please join NBBC as we welcome National Geographic Adventurers of the Year Dave and Amy Freeman on their epic 100 day journey from Minnesota to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about pressing environmental risks happening within the beloved Boundary Waters. Dave and Amy will be landing that afternoon, so come give them a warm welcome and hear a brief presentation about their trip thus far and importance of protecting wild areas. We will have fire and food on hand and folks will have an opportunity to sign their petition, which happens to be their 20 foot canoe in which they are paddling to D.C.

The event is free and open to the public – bring your friends and family!
November 12th
5 to 8 pm
Broadway Stages Boatyard – directions

More info about the project and trip:

http://www.savetheboundarywaters.org/

http://www.paddletodc.org/