Date(s) - 06/05/2022
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The NSW Sea Kayak Club is delighted to invite you to an evening of kayaking adventures and stories. The invitation is being kindly extended to members of the River Canoe Club.
The evening includes a presentation by Steve Hitchcock and Malcolm Bersten, members of the NSW Sea Kayak Club, on their recent Bass Strait crossing and Ralph Kerle whose art is based on his kayaking adventures.
Steve and Malcolm will take you visually and orally through the ups and downs of kayaking some of the world’s most unpredictable waters and talk about how they prepared, survived and flourished on their epic adventure. A must for those seeking to push their open water kayaking boundaries.
Ralph is a Sydney based photographic artist. His artworks are nothing short of captivating and hypnotic, as colours and other-worldly shapes seem to develop before our eyes. Using a digital camera, he captures subtle details of reflections on water, as he kayaks through Sydney Harbour and more recently the waterways in the USA, the UAE and Portugal.
The purpose of the event is to share kayaking experiences as well as fundraise for the Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation. Ralph will explain why the Sydney Eye Hospital has been so important to his kayaking and artwork content.
RSVP Is essential via Eventbrite
Partners are welcome.
Snacks will be provided and you can BYO. There are a number of bottle shops close by.
Parking is available in the area and if the weather is ok, we may take a stroll to Shelly Beach when the event ends.
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