Annual FHYC Scary Boat Parade
Calling all Warlocks, Witches, Goblins, Trolls, Ghosts, Black Cats, Spiders and all other scary creatures from this earth and beyond. Pirates acceptable.
Will be held on Saturday 29 October 2022 in Spring Creek and the Inner Harbour
Get your boats, canoes, rowing boats, and dinghies and your costumes ready. Meet at the junction of NW Creek and Spring Creek at 5pm (or 17:00 hrs if you prefer). Standby on channel 72 if you have a radio.
We shall parade up Spring Creek and round past the Shoreline Marina where the judges will be waiting. The parade will be led by the prime witch and warlock. Others can follow in whatever order they want.
Valuable prizes will be awarded. Afterwards, plan to meet on the grass at Shoreline to enjoy any byob and snacks you happened to bring for the prize giving.
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FHYC Historical Highlights The Fairfield Harbour Yacht Club was formed to promote cruising and racing, the art and science of seamanship, safety afloat, and fellowship among its members. Interest in founding a yacht club began during a men's cookout in January of 1984. The FHYC was formed with 36 charter family memberships. The burgee design decided upon was a white field with a blue sunburst containing a white anchor with waves and bordered in blue. Several annual traditions have begun since the club’s inception. The Christmas Food Drive, led by Past Commodores, was initiated in 1992. The first Commodores’ Ball…
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