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Sunday, February 10, 2019, 5:00PM - 6:30PM
Boys and Girls Club of Nashua 47 Grand Ave, Nashua,
New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley,
NH United States
Winter pool sessions have begun. Come practice those skills. Its better to roll than swim, and practicing those rescues makes you a great paddle partner. These winter sessions are generously hosted by the Merrimack Valley Paddlers and to attend, you MUST sign their waiver, register, and pay through their site here: http://mvpclub.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=93&Itemid=65 *note there are some money saving multi-sessions options available! Unless otherwise noted, these sessions are posted as open practice sessions. Participants are welcome to practice solo or group up to work on any skills they wish. Depending on the availability of attending instructors, rolling and rescue training may also be available. Nashua B&GC notes: To get to the pool, drive PAST the front entrance, turn right at the end of the building and go about 100 feet. The pool entrance for boats is halfway down the back end of the building. For Sea Kayaks ask the lifeguard to let you in the back entrance where it's a straight shot into the pool.
From the highway, take exit 5A (That's Five-AEY), not 5E or 5W. Northbound go past exits 5E and 5W; exit 5A is another couple hundred yards north. Southbound is easier to do a U-Turn at Exit 5 and come north to exit 5A. Go straight thru the first intersection, then you'll pass a school on the left. The B&G club is just past the school on the left behind a large baseball field. Turn left at the end of the baseball field and follow it all the way around. If you use a GPS to get directions be aware that other folks have been led down the wrong side streets. The B&G Club is the building at the FAR CORNER of the ball field. So keep driving along the field, don't turn down the side streets. To get to the pool, drive PAST the front entrance, turn right at the end of the building and go about 100 feet. The pool entrance for boats is halfway down the back end of the building. For Sea Kayaks ask the lifeguard to let you in the back entrance where it's a straight shot into the pool.