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‘World Paddle for the Planet’ planning meeting March 22, 7 pm

‘World Paddle for the Planet’ Day comes to Tofino this September 13th!!  Join us for the planning meeting if you are interested in participating.

We would like to extend an invitation to you to join us on Saturday, March 22nd at 7pm for this meeting! Feel free to invite anyone that you think might like to have input into the events for September, we really want to be able to showcase Tofino! We have an idea of the events we would like to see for WPFTPDay, and want to make sure we include as many people as possible in the planning process to ensure we are representing Tofino in the best possible way! The meeting will be held in the Muu Chin Ink boardroom at the Best Western Tin Wis Resort, who will also be hosting this years “World Paddle for the Planet Day”. 

We look forward to seeing you in Tofino on the 22nd, and if you have any questions feel free to contact Bob at this email address, or at 250-215-0241.

“Paddle for the Planet” is pleased to announce this year’s “World Paddle for the Planet’ Day” The event will be held on Saturday, September 13th!

Paddlers of all types of craft around the World are once again invited to “Pick a change they want to see, paddle for that change on the 13th, then commit to it until the change becomes reality!”

Tofino, on the West Coast of B.C. Canada and the Best Western Tin Wis Resort will host Bob’s paddle this year, right in front of the Resort on Mackenzie Beach. There will be an Opening Ceremony performed by local First Nations, Cultural Displays, Informative Booths, Music and Art with the paddle beginning at 12 noon. Satellite paddlers around the World will be asked to start at 12 noon in their time zones as well so that we can send a giant “Wave of Change” around the Planet!

There is one more bit of news! Kelowna Film Maker, Carey Missler has announced his next project, “The Paddler”! This film will be a full length documentary featuring “Paddle for the Planet”, along with the story of water as shared through interviews with a variety of people, and World views as shared by Indigenous Peoples from around North America. Filming will be done in various locations around the Okanagan Valley, Tofino, Florida and the Great Bear Rainforest! You will find a pdf outlining the project attached!
For more information contact Bob at 250-215-0241, or find us at the following links!

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