The Heart Lake Dragonboat Festival will be held on Saturday September 17, 2016 beginning at 9:00 a.m. This is no sedate country picnic - it's a loud, boisterous celebration! Teams of 20 people working in sync with each other, paddling toward a common goal - the ultimate team building experience! No experience is required!!
Whether teams are first or last, the result is always the same: fun on the water! Not solely about strength but technique, the exhilarating rush of paddling to the beat of a drum is like no other.
The event is organized by Toronto and Region Conservation and the Etobicoke-Mimico Watersheds Coalition, along with the support of watershed supporters.
FOR MORE INFORMATION contact JoannaParsons at 416-661-6600, ext 5575 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2015 Event Results
Congratulations to the Challenge Cup Winners:
Corporate Cup Challenge- the Feables (Pratt & Whitney Canada)
Municipal Cup Challenge - Caledon Coastbusters (Town of Caledon)
Community Cup Challenge - Fire Breathers (TRCA/GTAA)
Private Sector Challenge - Mandarin Restaurants
A - Mandarin Restaurants
B - the Feables - Pratt & Whitney Canada
C - Blazing Dragons - Dillon Pinto Re/Max Champions Inc.
Check out photos from the 2015 event HERE
For all of the final event results click HERE
To see some photos from the 2013 event click HERE!
2016 Registration Fee:
Register by June 1st* and and the fee will be $900.00.
After June 2nd the registration fee will be $1000.00
(*must be paid in full to recieve discount)
Entry team entry includes*:
• 3 races on event day
• 1 one hour practice session during the week leading up to the event
• Access to a 20x20 team space
• Use of all required equipment (boat, life jacket, and paddles)
• Entry for team members into Heart Lake Conservation Area
DON'T HAVE A TEAM??? You can still register as an individual paddler and we can try to match you up with other people. Please contact Joanna Parsons at email@example.com for more information.
Net proceeds from this event support environmental restoration projects in the Etobicoke and Mimico Creeks Watersheds, two of the most highly developed, and therefore degraded, watersheds in the Toronto area.