This Sunday, May 21, 2 PM – 8 PM, we’re ditching the dry suits for a sunny and beautiful 2017 opening day!
So come down to the the Broadway Stages Boatyard and party like only NBBC can!
Join us to celebrate the opening of the 2017 paddling season with live music, grilled goodies, cheap drinks, and fire — and maybe even boating!
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 shanties, book 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.
The temperature may have dropped, but things are still sizzling at the boatyard!
Whether you’re new to the club, or have been a member from the start, you can participate in boat restoration, paddle carving, lumber jacking, and more!
Stop by the yard or subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.
Take advantage of all our programs! BECOME A MEMBER for $40!
You can join a paddle carving course and learn how to use simple hand tools to carve a paddle for the club.
Join in on our canoe restoration in the barrel stove warmed Nautical Crafts Shed at the club
Boat club members had a great time harvesting timber in Upstate New York for club projects