2019

UPPER CANADA CHAPTER EVENTS

April is here, time to hit the water!

Update April 3, 2019 , more events to come!  Check back.  Spring Yard sale swap meet at MBYC to be added shortly, vintage outboard fishing derby to be added shortly.   We are looking for volunteers to help organize an event in the Kingston area, contact uccaomci@gmail.com to sign up.   This summer is going to be loaded with short notice events, more details shortly. 

More details will be provided, check back often, become a member and get the newsletter and details!

SHORT NOTICE MEET

Saturday, April 6th, 2019 Starting at 9 am

47 Discovery Dr, Hamilton, ON L8L 8K4

Breakfast and boating on Hamilton Bay starting at Williams Cafe for Breakfast at 9am this Saturday.

Bring something to run . We can fill the test tank at the MBYC Clubhouse. Bring a life jacket.

Contact Wayne Beaton 289-442-1974 cell
ucc.wayneb@gmail.com

MBYC Marine Yard Sale

Saturday, May 18th, starting at 8 am

80 Harbour Front Dr, Hamilton, ON L8L 1M8

Bring your swap meet items to the Macassa Bay Yacht Club Marine yard sale.   There will be a BBQ at noon, burgers, hot dogs and sausages.   The test tank will be full, bring a motor to test.  This is a wet meet, bring your boat as well. 

Belwood Lake 

Saturday, May 25, starting at 8 am

8282 Wellington County Rd 18, Fergus, ON N1M 2W5

Run what you bring, this is the place to run that motor you've been working on all winter.  Swap meet, time to find another project!  We'll be at it all day so set some time aside and come out and join us!

Upper Niagara Can-Am 2019

Saturday July 27, starting at 9am

Lighthouse Restaurant,4301 Niagara Parkway, Fort Erie, ON,  the launch is directly across the street at Black Creek Road and Niagara Parkway, (Stevensville) Fort Erie, Ontario 


Come join us! for the Upper Niagara Can-Am wet meet. We will be meeting at the Black Creek boat launch across from the Lighthouse Restaurant starting at 9:00 AM. The Niagara River is calm, wide and slow moving at this location, it's suitable for boats of all sizes. The adjacent Black Creek is extremely well sheltered and can accommodate most boats. Bring your family, friends and boats. Even if you don't bring a boat, please bring a life jacket.  Expect to be busy the whole day, cruise before lunch, and then another cruise up the Welland River after lunch.

The Niagara region is a tourist area, so camping and accommodations are close by! Riverside Park Motel and Campground, is within walking distance.  http://www.riversidepark.net