Make the most out of Toronto?s waterfront by joining the Toronto Island Sailing Club this summer.
TISC is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit sailing club on Centre Island, just minutes from the downtown core. We provide an affordable way for adults to sail without the expense and hassle of owning your own boat. Members have full access to our fleet of Albacore and Laser sailboats and Hobie catamarans. We offer sailing lessons, racing, and scheduled social sailing nights that are unique to TISC.
When you come off the water, you can relax and enjoy all the other special features of our urban cottage ? including a lakeside hammock, great parties and the best view the city has to offer.
Whether you?re a seasoned sailor or are brand new to the sport, you?ll find what you?re looking for at TISC. Sign up by April 30th to take advantage of TISC?s early-bird rates!
For more information, check us out at www.torontosailing.com, leave a message at 416-203-6872 or attend one of our upcoming information sessions:
Tuesday April 11, 2006 ? 6 p.m. at the Toronto Reference Library, Boardroom B1
Wednesday April 26, 2006 ? 6 p.m. at the Toronto Reference Library, Boardroom B1
Saturday May 13, 2006 ? 7 p.m. at the downstairs pub of the Wolf and Firkin, 43 Elm Street
P.S. We're celebrating our 40th anniversary this year - if you are an alumni of TISC (formerly the North Toronto Sailing Club), please visit our website to find our more about the festivities.
Added by saira on April 10, 2006