Jan
10
Apr 13

Winter/Spring Adult Boat Building Skills Program

Our Winter/Spring Adult Wooden Boat Building Program is here.

These 14-week programs are held on Tuesday or Thursday evenings (your choice) and will begin on Tuesday, January 10th.

We have a fair mix of new and returning students and the coursework will vary based on interests and experience levels. Current projects include a strip planked canoe, a rowing scull, and a ten foot lapstrake Lawton Tender.

Use the PayPal link below to pay in advance and secure your spot.

Have questions? - email info@spauldingcenter.org

Mar
8
7:00 pm19:00

Lia Ditton's World Record Attempt

First woman to row from Japan to San Francisco

In early 2018, Lia Ditton will depart from Tokyo to row 5,500 miles solo across the North Pacific to San Francisco. 18 people have attempted this route. Only two were successful. Both were men.

Lia will speak about her training regimen, past racing experiences, why she is taking on this challenge and how she is preparing to break this record. “Everyone who sees Lia raves about her presentation”.

Lia Ditton is an artist and a professional sailor passionate about sharing her extraordinary experiences at sea. Now 36, Lia has over 150,000 nautical miles of experience, eaten two years’ worth of freeze-dried food, gone a month without a shower and raced a sailboat over 40 knots!

-Reservations Advised-

For any questions or to RSVP - email info@spauldingcenter.org

Mar
22
7:00 pm19:00

"An Evening with Hank Easom"

We are pleased to present an evening with Bay area sailing legend, Hank Easom. Hank, having won his first trophy at age 11, has over 70 years of experience racing on the Bay. Awarded Yachtsman of the Year in 1971 and again in 2014, the local icon is still out there racing and winning!

We will be showing the feature film "Portrait of a Legend", by Oleg Harencar. This is Hank's segment in 'Life on the Water', a film series of remarkable people whose lives are inspired by water.

Hank is going to be available after the film to answer questions about racing on the bay and his friendship with Myron Spaulding.

-Reservations Advised-

For any questions or to RSVP - email info@spauldingcenter.org

Mar
25
10:00 am10:00

Emergency Celestial Navigation with Bob Darr

What would you do if your GPS went down or stopped working? Could you find your way safely to port?

Bob Darr of the Arques School will teach a basic celestial navigation course giving you the ability to use a sextant and tables to follow latitude to the nearest port.

As a child, Bob Darr sailed on schooners through the South Pacific with his father, Captain Omer Darr, who taught Bob to rely on celestial navigation at 15 years old.

This workshop is intended to give a practical overview and understanding of celestial navigation as a foundation to more advanced and complete courses that participants will be invited to attend.

We are requesting a $50 donation for this Workshop. There will be a coffee bar and lunch included with your donation.

Register through the PayPal link below:

-Reservations Advised-

Email info@spauldingcenter.org with any questions

Apr
10
Apr 14

Spring Youth Woodworking Program

Choose your own projects in a fun, safe and educational environment designed to increase your skills with woodworking tools and processes. Students will have the choice to build a paddle, cutting board, toolbox, mallet, skateboard, toboggan sled and more.

Camp sessions will be held April 10th – April 14th from 9:30am - 3:30pm. There will be an hour break for lunch, which students are expected to provide. Tuition is $450 for the entire program or $100 for a single day. Sign up today through the PayPal link below or call us with any questions.

Days of Attendance:
Jul
31
Aug 11

Summer Youth Boat Building Camp

Students will learn the skills necessary to build a strip planked canoe!

The first week will consist of constructing the hull, planking and glassing the boat. During the second week, students will finish construction and launch the canoe. Students attending both weeks will also be able to make paddles they can bring home.

Tuition is $450 for the first week or $800 for both. Sign up today through the PayPal link below or contact us with any questions.

Week 1: July 31st - August 4th

Week 2: August 7th - August 11th

9:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Daily

Days of Attendance: