Saturday 1st April at Trinity Bowling Club (7pm) there will be:
A short film about “The Aileach” – a Celtic Galley looked after by the Lord of the Isles Galley Trust
Curry!!!! At the bargain price of £3 per person. Pay on the night.
Hear about the 2017 Sailing Programme and a demo on how to use Big Tent – a booking system for putting skippers and crews together.
Doors open at 7pm – come along!
Our last “Off The Water” talk/meeting is on Tuesday 28th March 2017 in the Bell Block at 7pm.
It will be headed up by our Sailing Secretary Kenny Allan and will cover general points about racing including our Sailing Programme and will include the ABC’s of Racing……. to Handicaps, Starting a Race, Sailing a Course, Trimming Sails and Finishing a Race.
The second Off The Water Training session is Tuesday 28th February. It will be hosted by Frank Martin – the topic is sailing. Its hoped that discussion on the night will be used to help plan the On The Water training programme for 2017.
As ever, all Corinthians are welcome, it will be held in the Bell Block starting at 7pm.
A gentle reminder that spring is approaching fast.
One for your diaries – it’ll be Saturday April 8th
In accordance with the email sent to you on 20th January 2017 all memberships subs now fall due in February.
Burns Night Hoolie by the Water
Saturday 28th January
7 for 7.30pm
Hoolie by the Water is back for 2017 – more food, drink, singing and dancing!
After a great night last year, tickets are now available for our joint Burns’Night with RFYC. Tickets available from Sandra at RFYC Office – 0131 552 8560 – get them quick before they sell out again.
RFYC are holding monthly acoustic music sessions in their club house. They are on the first Sunday of the month, 2pm – 5pm. The exception to this is January’s session which will be on Sunday 8th January 2017.
Corinthians welcome to pop along for a pint and a tune!