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Canoeing and Kayaking

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  • Holding On

    Holding On
    So this is what it’s going to feel like.  I’m standing inside the screened porch looking at the back of my 7-year-old daughter, Jessie, and that of a young man as they walk toward a lake for a fun date.  My little girl is wearing her life...
  • US Swim School Association provides tips to stay safe while boating

    US Swim School Association provides tips to stay safe while boating
    While many parents worry about their children’s safety around swimming pools, as they should and need to do, drowning incidents can also occur in natural bodies of water. Safety precautions need to be taken around all water environments. According...
  • Free entrance to Everglades National Park on Saturday

    Free entrance to Everglades National Park on Saturday
    Get free entrance to Everglades National Park and Dry Tortugas on Saturday. Entrance is free at all national parks to celebrate in honor of National Public Lands Day. All fees are waived at U.S. National Parks. Entrance fees of $10 will be waived at...
  • Anglers reel in big ones in extreme kayaking challenge

    Area anglers put their talents to the ultimate test in the most recent Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament Series event in Pompano Beach. This particular challenge involved fishing enthusiasts maneuvering a kayak solo through the Atlantic Ocean while also...
  • Bulletin Board

    Friday Bill Gove Golden Gavel Toastmasters Club, meets every Friday, noon-1 p.m., Duffy's Sports Grill, 4746 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach, corner of Hypoluxo Road and Congress Ave. Learn to become a better public speaker and communicator. Visit...
  • Check out the log canoes at Jamestown

    LOG CANOES AT JAMESTOWN SETTLEMENT. A new exhibit curated by The Mariners' Museum opens at Jamestown Settlement today, showcasing the iconic log canoes that plied the Chesapeake Bay for centuries before being pushed aside in the early 1900s. Made up of...
  • Stranahan House to host celebration of Seminole art and culture

    Stranahan House to host celebration of Seminole art and culture
    If all goes according to plan Wednesday night, Robin Merrill's fundraiser at the Stranahan House should become a time warp to the early 1900s. That was when members of the Seminole tribe paddled along the banks of the New River in dugout canoes,...
  • Get Out, Get Inspired!

    Get Out, Get Inspired!
    It’s no coincidence that the first part of the word “workout” is “work.” Losing weight and getting in shape require, in no small part, a certain amount of dedication and sweat equity that can be difficult to muster when...
  • Man who drowned in Geneva kayak accident identified

    Man who drowned in Geneva kayak accident identified
    The Kane County Coroner on Monday identified the Bloomington man who drowned after losing control of his kayak Saturday afternoon on the Fox River in Geneva. The Kane County Coroner identified the man Monday as Dinesh Sudhakar-Uckoo, 26, and said the...
  • Cannes: Rolf de Heer Reflects on His Career

    Over the past two decades, Australian director Rolf de Heer has premiered four films in Cannes: "The Quiet Room" (1986), "Dance Me to My Song" (1998), "Ten Canoes" (2006) and now "Charlie's Country." Peter Debruge talked with the filmmaker about his...
  • Make your day on Catalina Island

    Very well done article on Santa Catalina ["Beyond Avalon," by Rosemary McClure, May 25]. Savvy visitors can also visit free of charge on Catalina Express on their birthday, which is a significant savings off the $74.50 fare. The only caveat is that you...