Air Quality Alert

Please be aware of the reduced Air quality this week and make healthy choices when it comes to outside activity. We are under an air quality alert through Wednesday, meaning that unhealthy to very unhealthy air conditions will persist. TCOCC will meet for practice as normally scheduled but we will evaluate conditions and personnel when deciding on a plan. If you have any sensitivity to cardiac or respiratory distress carefully consider whether or not to take part in outside activity.

Look at the links below for information on air quality and weather forecasting:

Washington Smoke Information

National Weather Service Forecast

Practice Clarifications

We've had a lot of change recently so this is to clear up any confusion about our current practice schedule:

Monday, Wednesday, Saturday practices are not changing they start at 5:45 P.M. and 8:15 A.M.

For our new practices we are requesting notice at least 24 hours in advance if you plan to paddle so seats can be worked out and we insure full canoes:

Friday practice is for those who want to work harder and be more competitive, it will consist of more difficult workouts to simulate race conditions. This starts at 5:45 P.M. Contact Tyler for a seat.

Sunday practice is for our wahine (women) to work on their blend and get a different feel from paddling with the usual mixed crew. This starts at 8:15 A.M. Contact Laura or Nessa for a seat

Back on the Water!

What a great start for the season! We had 16 paddlers so we could comfortably paddle all three wa'a. From here on out we'll be on our normal schedule. We're Starting with Monday/Wednesday Practice at 5:45 and Saturday Practice at 9:30.

Don't forget our first new paddler night will be April 9th. Anyone new to the sport can come out on this practice that will be geared towards a smooth introduction to paddling.

Pictures from Saturday are below