2019 CLSA Parent/Child Learn to Sail Class
Two Sessions:

Parent & Child Sailing Class on Saturday, June 22

Experience the joy of sailing with your child

This class is designed to encourage and promote sailing activities the whole family can enjoy. You and your child will learn the basics of sailing and gain confidence on the water while sailing pram dinghies, Sunfish or Lasers. Our program will be family orientated for parent and child participants. The class will briefly cover sailing concepts followed by on the water experiences. Classes in each session will be very hands on driven. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Open to children 8 yrs. and older participating with an adult.

The cost will be $25 per student ($35 for non-members) plus $15 for materials.

(For example 1 parent +1 child +1 book will be $65 for the family)

There will be two 2 hr. sessions on Saturday, June 22. The morning class will begin at 9:00 and the afternoon class will begin at 1:00. You can register for the session that best fits your schedule.

*Filling out this form does not guarantee a spot in the parent/child class. Sessions will be filled on a first come, first served basis. We will do our best to accommodate your preferred session.

This class will be held at Clinton Lake Sailing Association in DeWitt County, Illinois. For directions, use the address 6599 Sailboat Rd, Weldon, IL 61882. As you are driving towards the lake, CLSA will be near the end of the road on the right. Look for the sailboat masts and the blue and white sign!

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