May 29, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Join LCPFD Host and other members for FULL MOON PADDLE Independence Grove in Libertyville. Come watch the sun set, and the full moon rise, from the water! Join an Environmental Educator on a two hour paddle with whatever we see in nature as a guide to the conversation. Previous paddling experience recommended. Includes equipment rental. Refer to the welcome letter on what to wear/bring. Ages 16+
- Lake Co Resident $13 per adult
- Non Resident $18 per adult
- MU Event Fee - none
This event has no "official Meetup greeter" and is open to the public. Book your spot and introduce yourself to others attending. Enjoy!
HOW TO JOIN - Max spots = 6
1. REGISTER YOUR SPOT/S. Deadline: May 28, 2013
> Click here to register online <
OR by telephone at[masked]
> Waiver and Release
> Emergency Contact forms and bring with you the day of the class.
3. REVIEW the Welcome Letter for important information.
4. MEET North Bay boat launch, park in lot K. & introduce yourself to others.
WHO IS HOSTING Lake County Forest Preserve Environmentalist
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
- Ages 16 and up
- Previous flatwater paddling experience highly recommended.
- Bring a headlamp.
QUESTIONS ? Contact LCFPD[masked]
CARPOOL Share Ga$/Parking and make new friends. In the comment section below, post your starting point and if driver or passenger. Drivers - post how many you can take. Then contact one another to work out the details.
WAIVER OF LIABILITY Bucket List Group, it's organizers, assistant organizers, and event organizers /hosts cannot be held responsible for any accident, injuries or personal property losses sustained leading up to, during, or after an event. If you sign up and attend this event, you are acknowledging that you freely and voluntarily assume all risks and damages and agree to participate in this event. When you join this event, you understand that we do not have leaders, tour guides, instructors, or experts. To describe and post an event does not constitute nor should it convey any guarantee of safety nor the assumption of liability. To organize is to assemble details, disseminate information, and provide a bit of cohesion to an event by being the single point of contact for the participants. We do not provide any service nor do we tell you what to do. If you choose to ignore suggestions and recommendations posted you are well within your rights to do so.