Application to join the 2019 Vegan Dim Sum Run (August 24)
This is the application form to join the HarborLAB Vegan Dim Sum Run. Please complete it by August 22 at 9PM. Please understand that seats are limited (10) and the trip requires strict adherence to safety instructions. Participation must be approved by HarborLAB Executive Director Erik Baard, who will lead this trip.
The shareable promotional page for our crew is:
Seating is limited. Joining us will be a representative from the United Nations Environment Programme. Other special guests will be announced as they are confirmed.
This event is free. Food and ferry are at one's own expense, but students and volunteers with a financial hardship will be covered by HarborLAB. Donations are gratefully accepted at:
Paddle the East River to discuss the new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report (
) over brunch at the famous Vegetarian Dim Sum House!
Direct links to IPCC reports:
(Please note that we've amended our Float Plan to accommodate some bureaucratic issues surrounding the beach on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. Instead we'll land at the Pier 4 beach at Brooklyn Bridge Park and ride to Manhattan with our sponsor, NYC Ferry/Hornblower Cruises. As a result we will launch earlier in the morning and land later in the afternoon.)
7AM: Gather at HarborLAB
9AM: Land at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 4 Beach. One person will babysit the boats.Group walks walks to River Cafe restaurant (Dumbo) ferry dock. 12 minute walk.
10:05am: Ferry to Pier 11, Wall Street. 3 minute ride.
10:08am: Arrive at Pier 11, Wall Street. 21 minute walk to Vegetarian Dim Sum House: 24 Pell St #1, New York, NY 10013
12:30pm: Brunch concludes.
108pm: NYC Ferry to Dumbo.
2PM: Launch for the return.
3:30PM: Land at HarborLAB and pack up.
What to bring and wear:
Common sense sun protection for (hat, UV broadband sunglasses, eco-friendly sunblock), sturdy footwear you don't mind getting wet (not flip flops), dry change of clothing, quick drying paddling clothing, full reusable water bottle (you can refill in Brooklyn, but there's no water at HarborLAB), snacks with no plastic packaging if possible (oranges are great, or nuts in a reusable bag).
Don't do what you feel unsafe doing. For example, our shoreline is very rough but entering and exiting the boats at 2nd Street is safer and easier.
Stay close together. Do not stray.
Listen to instructions and directions immediately and precisely. There might be safety concerns about which you're unaware.
If you don't feel well, are in pain, or have a condition that could affect you or the group, please inform the trip leader or a volunteer escort immediately.
Stay hydrated. Drink before you feel thirsty.
Sa 24 High 2:43 AM 4.0 6:15 AM Rise 12:06 AM 48
24 Low 9:00 AM 1.1 7:41 PM Set 2:55 PM
24 High 3:00 PM 4.8
24 Low 10:30 PM 1.1
Nickname or anglicized name. Optional. (Some volunteers come from non-English language backgrounds and so use another name more commonly than their legal name.)
Legal given (or "first") name.
Legal family name.
I agree to bring a printed and completed waiver form:
What interests you in this particular trip?
Preferred pronouns. For example: he/him/his, she/her/hers, they/them/their. Our volunteer community and the public we serve includes transgender, gender non-binary, gender fluid, and other gender nonconforming people and together we foster a respectful and warmly welcoming service culture.
Mobile phone number.
Safety certifications. Check all that apply.
First Aid adult.
First Aid pediatric.
Basic Water Rescue (Red Cross)
Safety Around Water (Red Cross)
Mental Health First Aid
Do you agree to not bring or consume any alcohol, recreational drugs, or cigarettes during this tour?
Do you agree to follow instructions promptly and fully? This can be a matter of safety for yourself and others, even if you're not aware of it.
Do you agree to arrive at 7AM and help ready the trip?
Do you agree to help pack away and remain until the trip leader deems pack away is complete?
Do you agree to have HarborLAB run your background check via the sex offender registry? This is because our tours are often HarborLAB's first introduction to new volunteers and we often work with children.
Check here to confirm that you have read the following statement: HarborLAB retains the right of refusal for any of its services.
I have read and understood the above statement.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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