Extreme White Water – a multimedia presentation by Doug Ammons – “the most inspiring and articulate paddler I know in the world today”
Friday 6th March – 7pm :
Birmingham Canoe Club is hosting an evening with Doug Ammons, one of America’s most famous white water paddlers, on Friday 6th March in the Mary Seacole Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Health, Edgebaston Campus. This is an amazing opportunity to hear about the paddling exploits of an award winning writer and photographer, get hold of his latest books and have a few drinks in the bar with paddlers from all over the West Midlands.
This evening focuses on the beauty and intensity of whitewater kayaking, travelling through a number of astonishing river landscapes throughout the world. In particular, we will head into the Grand Canyon of the Stikiine River – one of the most difficult rivers ever paddled, hidden away in a deep canyon in the wilderness of northern Canada. Afterwards, we’ll be in the bar.
More details, map, etc. are available on our website : www.birminghamcanoeclub.co.ukand you can reserve your seat through our website. All you have to do is click the link on our website which takes them to rsvpit.com, add birminghamcc into the event code and submit their name and party size. Its that easy.Tickets are £7 for adults, £5 for NUS or children. This is a ‘must see’ show and we invite all paddlers and those interested in rivers, risk and excitement to join us for what will be a great evening. Please do feel free to forward this email to people that you think might be interested. We also attach a poster which we would be grateful if you could display.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday 6th March at 7pm
Please contact Adam Hall if you wish to go and he will coordinate the tickets. His contact details are on the programme on the club website. For those of you who are going to Wales for the weekend then just a reminder that this will clash.