Halloween Canoe Tours & Party!

Halloween Canoe Rides

Halloween Canoe Rides

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

Haunted Halloween Canoe Tours! Bring Family & Fiends! Take an actual “DARK RIDE” w/ UNDEAD GUIDES (ACA certified) CANOEING to the TERRIFYING & HAUNTED DUTCH KILLS!!!!* All are welcome to witness the horrors of the deep. You won’t find anything this Halloween that’s more Superfund than this!

Couldn’t get a ticket? Too scared to ply the deep? You can still join us at the boatyard for the best Halloween party of 2014 under the Pulaski Bridge. Make smores around the fire, eat our boneless troll finger sandwiches (free orc blood sauce) or just share scary stories and hold each other close.

Still not sure? Watch this documentary footage of the Dutch Kills experience.

IMPORTANT:
Ticket holders must arrive 30 minutes before their ticketed trip time to be fitted for life vests and sign waivers. The event is expected to sell out, making it impossible to accommodating late-comers. Don’t miss your boat! There will be no refunds! (except for weather cancellation)
Come early and cook a smore around the fire or eat a boneless troll finger sandwich (free orc blood sauce included!). *All Canoes Will Have an Official Guide. All guests must be able to wear life jacket over costume. No consumption of alcohol before entering a canoe.

Halloween Canoe Tour FAQs

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We are at the Broadway Stages Boatyard at 437 McGuinness Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11222 at Ash Street next to the Pulaski Bridge. There is on street parking nearby. The closest public transit is G train to Greenpoint Ave; 7 train to Vernon Blvd/Jackson Ave; B43 bus to Clay St; and B62 bus to Green St.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?
Dogs and children of all sizes are welcomed at boatyard. Outside food and beverages are not permitted. Costumes are encouraged but you must be able to wear a life vest over the costume, if you are taking the canoe tour.

Is it safe?
All participants must wear a life jacket. All guides will have level 2 American Canoe Association (ACA) certification.

What is the refund policy?
There are no refunds except for inclement weather.

When should I arrive?
Ticket holders must arrive 30 minutes before their ticketed trip time to be fitted for life vests and sign waivers. Refunds will not be provided if you miss your scheduled boat departure time.

Sensing Site: Expedition on Newtown Creek w/ Jan Mun

Sensing Site: Expedition on Newtown Creek

at North Brooklyn Boat Club on Saturday, October 4th 2014 @ 4-7pm

Purchase tickets at: http://sensingsite.eventbrite.com


Sensing Site is a canoe expedition performed on Newtown Creek, a Superfund industrial waterway that separates Brooklyn and Queens. During the expedition, the cast and audience – who are also participants – improvise their movements along the water in boats while collecting specimens of non-native invasive plants as artifacts in search of what remains of the once pristine natural watershed. The journey is documented on a GPS; the mapping data is converted into a musical composition through a custom-designed software program. This song of the journey will later be used in an interactive art installation that stores the collected plants.

The cast for this expedition is Mara Catalán, a photographer, and her 13 years old daughter, Luna.  Since 1994, Mara has documented herself and Williamsburg unifying worlds that collide in time.  A Place I Once Called Home is a coming of age story of a girl, a Spanish immigrant, who came to live in Williamsburg and became part of its history. Over time as zoning regulations and gentrification brought a new flux of people to occupy the streets, forever changing the neighborhood. Once familiar smells embedded in memory are now gone and the shadows of night disappear – the remnants left for a new generation. Visit http://maracatalan.com for more information.


Jan Mun is the Artist in Residence at Newtown Creek Alliance. Sensing Site is a part of her ongoing social sculpture series, ProfileUS: Invasive Species which explores the biopolitics of immigration of humans and plants through the United States judicial system, and questions the potentiality of loss of life and community in result of prohibitive historical and current laws. Living organisms pose an interface to systems of representation, affording a re-evaluation from the perspective of the immigrant. The project is a series of social sculptures and installations that reveal ‘citizens’ that have not been written into our cultural, judicial, and historical archives.

This program is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC). With organizational support from the Newtown Creek Alliance and North Brooklyn Boat Club.

All ticket sales will be donated to the North Brooklyn Boat Club. 

Purchase tickets at: http://sensingsite.eventbrite.com