Spring Clean Up Starts Saturday!

That’s right, this Saturday. May 13. Bring a rake, bring some tools. Bring some gloves and coffee and a friend! Take a load to the dump for us. Going to town? Put the car in the line up and drop in. It only takes a minute to turn a boat over, but it is way easier with a few extra hands!

  • Raking the yard – rakes & gloves, garbage bags, loads to the dump.
  • Turning the boats – gloves, rags to wipe down.
  • Rigging the masts on the Pirates – pliers, rigging tape, rags to wipe down.
  • Taking stock of the plugs, hardware and rigging – pen, paper.
  • Boat house, floors, windows – garbage bags, rags, vinegar, buckets, broom.
  • Front door flower pots and lawn – bright, easy grow, flowers and grasses.
  • Book Sale – general tidying and taking stock, purging, and shelving.

So come on out, share some water stories, meet new members, and get ready for spring! The weather network is calling for sun!



A new season, new moorings, and new faces on the board. And a whole lotta water!

News from the March 18th AGM includes a newly elected board, with some new faces freshening up the scene. Welcome to Andrew Kular, our new Vice Commodore; Gillian Kular, our new secretary; Brittany MacComish our new treasurer; and Eric Emerson, our new membership officer. And for old times sake! Tom Wroe, Commodore & Sailing Officer; and Peggy Smith, Rowing Officer.

Great to have new energy and ideas around the boat club. Thanks folks!

WIBC Minutes AGM 2017

Check out the minutes and get involved. It’s fun!

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Spring time TLC.

The rowing shells are getting some well deserved TLC this spring. Working Bees continue on Wednesday nights @ 6:30pm. And Sundays afternoons. At the Barn. Now into the varnishing & hardware stage. Bring rags and tools. Every hour counts – our rowing season is counting on it!

Great news…a heavy double will be finding its new home at WIBC this season. And its not wood! 🙂

Sanding the shells.