The meet is still informal. No signups. No fees, except if you attend the potluck, where there’s a speaker. No planned events on the water.
Tides & weather dictate each day’s planning. Weather is usually quite good with afternoon high tides.
All shallow craft are welcome: dories & dinghies, catboats, beach cats & trimarans, sharpies & sampans, cuddy daysailers, any or all driven by pedals, engines or motors, along with oars, paddles, & sails. The Cedar Keys & the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuges are as enchanting as ever. The food chain is full in the water & ashore. Roseate Spoonbill population has increased.
A generous donor has given us the gathering place again. You can expect Kenny & Rose McCain’s grilled meats and sides. Bring salads, desserts, & other dishes to share. BYOB or any special drinks.
Kenny provides tea & water. For a count for Kenny & donor, please RSVP to Hugh, details below.
*Chris Harkness found dates on black & white negatives showing this is the 34th boat meet, not the 35th. Thank you for the correction, Chris, &, again, for starting the meet 34 years ago.
Sat May 4th 7:30 p.m. Community Center
809 6th St. Cedar Key FL
SPEAKER: Matt Layden
Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce (352) 543-5600 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Lucas (941) 704-6736 email@example.com
Hugh Horton (586) 215-7060 firstname.lastname@example.org