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NBBC Annual Member Meeting: Sunday, December 2, 1:00 PM

The North Brooklyn Boat Club’s Annual Member Meeting is Sunday, December 2!

North Brooklyn Boat Club Annual Meeting
Sunday, December 2, 1-3 PM
North Brooklyn Boat Club
51 Ash St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn

NBBC members, please come on down Sunday, December 2, at 1 PM in the Crystal Shed at NBBC’s Broadway Stages Boatyard for our 2018 Annual All-Member Meeting.

Lunch and beverages are on NBBC! Come down to hang out with other members, enjoy the woodstove, eat, drink, and be merry!

We will also reflect on an amazing 2018, discuss the future of the boatyard and boathouse, and look forward to new ideas and projects.

This is a great event if you would like to become more involved or want to share your ideas for ways NBBC can grow. Committee coordinators will be on hand to discuss the work they do and hear your ideas on ways to do even better.

We cherish the culture of volunteering at NBBC. Come be a part of the greatest experience $40 can buy: membership in YOUR community boat club.


Monstrous good times!

Sunday, December 2
1-3 PM
North Brooklyn Boat Club
51 Ash St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Community * Advocacy * Adventure * Paddling

Paddleface is on board

Paddleface is on board

It’s Time to Rock the Pulaski!

NBBC’s Rock the Pulaski Party is coming! The September fundraiser at your community boat club brings bands, food, fire, and fellowship to the shores of Newtown Creek!

  • Saturday, September 22
  • 6 PM to midnight
  • $5 before 8 pm, $10 after
  • Food and drink for sale!

Bands

  • The Reverse Engineers: 7 PM
  • Blacktop Daisy: 8 PM
  • REvV: 9 PM
  • Leland Sundries: 10 PM
  • The Shook Ones: 11 PM

All proceeds will benefit NBBC’s community programming on the waterways of New York City.

The Next Public Paddle Is September 8!

The next public paddle is Saturday, August 18!

The next public paddle is August 18!

 

At these free, informal paddles, North Brooklyn Boat Club welcomes walk-up participants to join trained NBBC guides for short trips on Newtown Creek and often out toward the East River, where we often pause to take in the view of Manhattan. Usually we take out our 25′ voyageur canoes. Everyone on the paddle works together under expert instruction to forge a unique NYC experience, seeing the city in a new way.

Heading west along the bulkhead

Heading west along the bulkhead

In Dutch Kills

In Dutch Kills

Public paddles are free and open to everyone. We especially hope to welcome our Brooklyn neighbors to the boatyard to see the city the way we love to see it — from the water. In particular, we are proud to welcome other nonprofit community organizations to join us and relax from the hard work of making the world a little bit better.

We will try to get everyone who shows up on the water using our big canoes, but the earlier you arrive, the better your chance of going on a paddle. All our voyages are led by certified trip leaders and include some of the best views of the city. This is a great way to check out the boatyard and get a chance to explore the local waterways. Paddling is free! And we serve beverages, great veggie food, and other snacks. Our public paddles are child and pet friendly.

This year’s schedule (subject to change; please check our Calendar of Events):

  • Saturday, May 26, 1-6 PM — Opening Day 2018!
  • Saturday, June 16, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, July 14, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, July 28, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, August 18, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, September 8, 12-4 PM: Check this page in the morning to make sure weather hasn’t changed our plans!

The big canoes!

The big canoes!

The Next Public Paddle Is August 18!

The next public paddle is Saturday, August 18!

The next public paddle is August 18!

Due to recent rain volume, there is a CSO advisory. As a result we will have to suspend the on-water portion of today’s public paddle. We are still going to be hanging out at the boat yard,  EdShed environmental education programming and general open house at the boatyard (that is to say, we’re still hanging out, doing our boat club things, so come on over).

Our sewage treatment plans can handle up to 2x it’s operating capacity, but on days with excess rain, our sewers can fill to capacity and a mix of wastewater and rain water can end up going into our waterways here’s more information about Combined Sewage Overflow events.

 

At these free, informal paddles, North Brooklyn Boat Club welcomes walk-up participants to join trained NBBC guides for short trips on Newtown Creek and often out toward the East River, where we often pause to take in the view of Manhattan. Usually we take out our 25′ voyageur canoes. Everyone on the paddle works together under expert instruction to forge a unique NYC experience, seeing the city in a new way.

Heading west along the bulkhead

Heading west along the bulkhead

In Dutch Kills

In Dutch Kills

Public paddles are free and open to everyone. We especially hope to welcome our Brooklyn neighbors to the boatyard to see the city the way we love to see it — from the water. In particular, we are proud to welcome other nonprofit community organizations to join us and relax from the hard work of making the world a little bit better.

We will try to get everyone who shows up on the water using our big canoes, but the earlier you arrive, the better your chance of going on a paddle. All our voyages are led by certified trip leaders and include some of the best views of the city. This is a great way to check out the boatyard and get a chance to explore the local waterways. Paddling is free! And we serve beverages, great veggie food, and other snacks. Our public paddles are child and pet friendly.

This year’s schedule (subject to change; please check our Calendar of Events):

  • Saturday, May 26, 1-6 PM — Opening Day 2018!
  • Saturday, June 16, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, July 14, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, July 28, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, August 18, 12-4 PM
  • Saturday, September 8, 12-4 PM

The big canoes!

The big canoes!