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Friday March 1, 2019
 
 

https://www.usoda.org/
Boat ClassOptimist


SUNSHINE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, U.S. Sailing Center Martin County, Jensen Beach, FL

Saturday March 2, 2019
 
 
 

https://www.cognitoforms.com/SeawanhakaCorinthianYachtClub/...
Contact  info@northu.com 203-245-0727

Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Seawanhaka invites JSA members and supporters to attend the one day North U Trim & Speed clinic on March 2nd. THey have priced it very aggressively at $75 for non Seawanaka members and just $25 for Juniors under 19, to help with enthusiasm and attendance. Bill Fladstone is a great teacher and presenter and really knows how to speak to a sailing crowd. Come join us for what will be a fun and information packed day.
File NameFile SizeFile Type

NorthU-Seawanhaka-seminar-2019.pdf
303 kAdobe Acrobat PDF File

 

https://www.ussailing.org/competition/rules-officiating/rac...

The program covers race management practices for experienced race committee who seek to build stronger skills. Major topics include event organization, preparation of race documents, race committee equipment and advanced practices, course management and safety considerations.


Indian Harbor YC - Cynthia Parthemos and Ray Redniss

Sunday March 3, 2019
 
 
 
 

Thursday March 7, 2019
 
 

Contact  YRA Office
office@yralis.org

Larchmont Yacht Club

March 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

YRALIS invites club delegates and members to attend its 2019 Spring Meeting:
  1900 Call to Order
  1905 Nominating Committee Report and Vote
  1910 Special guest speaker Charles 'Butch' Ulmer 'Make Your Boat Faster and Easier to Sail'. 

Butch will which will focus on performance improvement under PHRF rules and will address the common challenges of improving boat speed and managing crewing requirements. Specifically the advantage of converting to asymmetric spinnakers will be covered, citing real examples. Butch will later show attendees how their specific boats can achieve this upgrade and the requirements involved.

Following the presentation, members of the YRALIS PHRF Committee will be on hand to advise on any new developments and answer your general questions. Specific rating inquiries on individual boats will not be addressed at this meeting, but can always be asked through the prescribed existing process.

Admission is free. 
There will be a cash bar
Dinner reservations may be made directly through Larchmont Yacht Club at 914-834-2440.

For further information please contact the YRA office at the Additional Information email above.



Saturday March 9, 2019
 
 

http://jsalis.org/jibe-talk/jsa-midwinter-meeting-2019
Contact  Bob Whittredge JSA Office
info@jsalis.org 914-834-4202

Larchmont Yacht Club
8:15 Check-in with coffee, tea and pastries
8:45 Start of Meeting
12:30 End of meeting, followed by networking lunch

Yacht Club Officers and Leaders of Junior Programs including Junior Chairs, Sailing Committees, Program Directors, Head Instructors and Club Volunteers are invited to exchange ideas and receive helpful information to help prepare for their junior sailing programs this summer. 

The business meeting portion will be followed by sessions on program management topics, with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss among the attendees. Local vendors will be on hand to explain services that support junior programs. 

Stay afterwards for an optional lunch with other participants.

View details and register at the link in Additional Information above.
 




 

https://www.ussailing.org/competition/rules-officiating/rac...

This Course is ideal for Club Race Officers - it covers organizing an event, regatta safety, writing the notice of race and sailing instructions, RC equipment, race committee preparations, setting the starting line, setting the course, starting, finishing and scoring.

March 9          American Yacht Club- Cynthia Parthemos
March 16        Centerport YC - Cynthia Parthemos
March 23        Stonington Harbor YC - Steve Purdy
April 6            Essex YC - Cynthia Parthemos   


Tuesday March 12, 2019
 
 

https://www.facebook.com/events/296283064417635/

Indian Harbor Yacht Club and the MudRatz  

Enjoy a fun-filled evening, 7-9 PM, with Charlie Enright and Sam Greenfield sharing sailing stories from all over the world. Featured at this night with Charlie & Sam will be some amazing silent auction items, and a special announcement.  Free of charge. 

View details and register on Facebook at the Additional Information link above.


Friday March 15, 2019
 
 

https://www.juniors.mbyc.org/2019openbicna
Boat ClassBIC


Mission Bay YC, San Diego CA

Saturday March 16, 2019
 
 
 

https://northu.com/product/fairfield-ct/
Contact  info@northu.com 203-245-0727

Sacred Heart University, Fairfield CT    9 am to 4 pm

The SHU Club Sailing Team will be at this event to share with junior sailors information about SHU and the sailing team.

Sacred Heart University invites JSA LIS members and supporters to attend the one day North U Trim & Speed clinic on March 16.  Bill Gladstone is a great teacher and presenter and really knows how to speak to a sailing crowd. Come join us for what will be a fun and information packed day.

Special pricing for the JSA LIS community: register using the $95 Member price for adults and $50 for Juniors using the link in the Additional Information above.
 

File NameFile SizeFile Type

NorthU-SHU-Sailing-seminar-2019.pdf
361 kAdobe Acrobat PDF File

 
 

https://waterfront.coursestorm.com/course/launch-tender-pac...
Contact  SUNY Waterfront Office
Waterfront@sunymaritime.edu 718-409-2447

SUNY Maritime College, Bronx NY

Two days, includes NY State Boating Safety training and prep for USCG launch drivers

Sunday March 17, 2019
 
 
 
Thursday March 21, 2019
 
 

https://www.facebook.com/RSFEVANA
Contact  NAinfo@RSSailing.com
Boat ClassFeva


Fort Walton Boat Club, FL This event will serve as the first qualifier for the RS Feva US and Canadian National Team! Email us to learn more. Contact RS Sailing using the above email for more information on boat charters, class email list and national team qualification details, including the qualification process and opportunities to attend major events abroad including the 2019 RS Feva World Championships in Italy!

File NameFile SizeFile Type

RS Feva MW 2019 NOR v3.pdf
138 kAdobe Acrobat PDF File

Friday March 22, 2019
 
 
Saturday March 23, 2019
 
 
 
Sunday March 24, 2019
 
 
Friday March 29, 2019
 
 

https://www.ussailing.org/events/regional-symposiums/

Tiverton Yacht Club - Tiverton, RI

Regional Symposiums are an opportunity to come together and share ideas while tackling the challenges facing the sailing community. 

The event will be moderated by US Sailing’s Youth Director John Pearce. Topics covered include major topics facing the region; implementing the latest SafeSport requirements; strategies for communicating with sailors, parents, and overall membership; open discussion on safety issues facing sailing; and a panel of local youth sailors. There is time throughout the day for small group discussions and networking. Tickets are $10 for US Sailing members ($25 for non-members) and include coffee and lunch.

Register at Eventbrite 

Following the symposium, US Sailing will host a one-day Reach Educator course on 3/30 at its Bristol RI office.

Saturday March 30, 2019
 
 

https://www.ussailing.org/education/youth/reach/
Contact  Debbie Forester
debbie@rockingtheboat.org

US Sailing office, Bristol RI

US Sailing’s STEM program and curriculum called “Reach” is a professional development/training opportunity for sailing instructors and sailing program volunteers. Jen Guimaraes, the Youth Education Manager at US Sailing, will guide you during this one day course how to use the Reach STEM modules as part of the day to day curriculum in your junior sailing program, or on rainy days and no-wind days.

This is one-day eight hour professional development/training opportunity for teachers and sailing instructors to learn how to implement US Sailing’s STEM program and curriculum called Reach. The Reach modules feature inquiry-based learning and engineering by design processes to provide youth with hands-on, integrated learning opportunities that inspire interest in fields of study including physics, marine biology, robotics, technology and more. 

The Reach modules include on the water and classroom-based activities, for easy implementation in multiple settings: your classroom, sailing center, yacht club, summer camp, or after school program. Flexible, the STEM education curriculum can be implemented in a 40-minute lesson, half day workshops or seasonal program.

The STEM Educator Course is $150 and includes an 8 hour training, materials, and a personal copy of the 132 page Reach Educator Guide for Middle School Modules 1-10 (retail $59.95) and a Student Logbook (retail $8). Upon completion attendees will receive a US Sailing STEM Educator Course certificate and professional educators will receive a certificate for professional development hours.



 

https://waterfront.coursestorm.com/course/safe-powerboat-ha...
Contact  SUNY Waterfront Office
Waterfront@sunymaritime.edu 718-409-2447

SUNY Maritime College

Two days, includes NY State Boating Safety training

Sunday March 31, 2019
 
 
All times displayed relative to America/New_York.