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Weekly Email! - 16/11/2011

posted 23 Nov 2011, 02:27 by Canoe St Andrews   [ updated 23 Nov 2011, 02:27 by Unknown user ]
Hello Everyone,

Sinners' Sport -TONIGHT!
Yet again an opportunity to hit the town, raving away in your/someone else's Buoyancy aid, sound like fun? Pre-game tonight at 9 South Castle Street (house with the yellow door) from 9pm, wristbands (£1) will be available from there.

Adrenaline Ball Dance Tickets
There are still a few tickets left for what promises to be an awesome night! Come get yours on Thursday night (£15) or contact James (jm2252).

Olaf Obsommer Extreme Film Night and an Excellent Weekend!
On the weekend of the 3rd/4th December, Edinburgh Uni Canoe Club are hosting the Scottish premier of extreme film maker Olaf Obsommer's latest adventures, from sunny Mexico to the Galapagos. He came to St Andrews last year and it was incredible. Tickets are £7 and Patrick will be booking tickets, so let him know (pj58) if you want to go!! On Saturday there will be an intermediate trip, we'll head down to Edinburgh afterwards. If you can't make the Saturday trip there will be a car going straight to Edinburgh. After a night of intense partying with Edinburgh we'll be going on a collective beginner trip on the Sunday. Let Patrick know now (pj58) if you want to trip it on Saturday, or just straight to Edinburgh later. This is one not to be missed.

1st Aid Course - 26/27th November
On the 26th and 27th of November, ExpAnd, the expedition society, are holding a first aid course. It is run by George Fell (a very cool kayaker) and is based in St Andrews, from about 9 - 5 each day. It's really good value too at £40 each and you get a proper certificate at the end! If you are interested please contact Amy (ak632) asap because places are limited. If you aren't going on BUCS white water racing and don't hold a first aid certificate, I'd strongly recommend you try to get on it.

Canoe Love, - Oology (or oölogy) is a branch of ornithology studying bird eggs, nests and breeding behavior. Oology can also refer to the hobby of collecting wild birds' eggs, sometimes called birdnesting or egging, which is now illegal in many jurisdictions.