-Please pre-register if at all possible.
-There will be a seperate designated line for pre-registered members.
-You will receive an entrance bracelet upon your first night check-in. This bracelet will get you through the lines quickly every night.
For those who have not pre-registered, you will need to use one of the other registration lines.
-For those of you who have not pre-registered their TSRA membership, there will be onsite membership sign-up and renewal at each session. Please use the designated membership sign-up table.
IMPORTANT: attach your entrance bracelet to your PFD or helmet so you will have it every night you attend. DO NOT LOSE YOUR ENTRANCE BRACELET!
IF YOU ARE ONE OF THE INSTRUCTORS FOR THE EVENT FOR TSRA, PLEASE GO TO THE INSTUCTOR REGISTRATION TABLE WHEN YOU ARRIVE. If you are an instructor who owes for the ACA insurance you will be able to pay it at this table.
0 · February 14
Deb I would like to attend but I am curious how it would work for my 10 year old son. He has all his gear but would I need to register and pay separately for him as well being that he is 10 years old? I will I have no problem with that I just need to know how to go about doing it.
0 · February 5
The more we have pre-register online at the TSRA website, the easier and faster you will get through the check in lines. If you can get pre-registered you will receive a bracelet upon your first night check-in which will get you through the line quickly each night there after. You will need to attach this bracelet to your PFD or helmet so you will have it every night you come. DO NOT LOSE YOUR ENTRANCE BRACELET!
0 · February 5
Hey all, your skirt needs to be a form fitting skirt, made to keep the water out of your boat when you roll. It should not, in most cases have zippers, suspenders, or easily become detached from your boat or from you.
Your boat should be a rollable boat: whitewater kayak, sea kayak, whitewater canoe....(if you paddle a ww canoe, you already know you won't need a skirt)
0 · February 1