Welcome to BLSC. 2020 memberships will be emailed to members. Members this year are asked to mail their completed membership form and cheque made payable to the BLSC to the address provided on the 2020 membership form. eTransfer is offered as an alternative method of payment - see the form for details. Members can expect to receive their membership email and 2020 form by March 24th. Please note that the club has discontinued the use of PayPal. Also the online membership form is no longer available.
- When you get the email with your membership form, download the fillable PDF and save it with a unique name to your computer (e.g. Smith family 2020 membership). Then fill it in and print it from your computer - this greatly helps our membership captain as there is no misreading of handwriting.
- The discounted membership deadline will be May 2.
- If this is a new membership please email our membership captain Frances Norlen ([email protected]) so we can set up a time to give you a key, boat sticker and tour. NOTE - you cannot bring a boat to leave at the club before you have paid for a membership, obtained your key, 2020 membership sticker and ID number and been allocated a boat parking space.
Full sail boat membership in 2020 is the same as 2019. It is $250 per year (early bird $230) which includes one parking spot for a sailboat. A second sailboat is $100. Full canoe/kayak/Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) is $150 ($135 early bird) which includes one parking spot for a canoe/kayak/SUP. Associate membership fee (no boat at the club) is $125 (early bird $115). Each additional canoe, kayak or SUP at the club is a $50 fee which is for the parking spot on the outdoor rack; indoor storage is an additional $50. Deadline to renew your membership is May 31 in order to retain your current boat parking spot(s) If you have any trouble with the membership form, please don’t hesitate to email Publicity
You can store your boat all rigged and ready to go. The only restrictions are that we only allow sailboats, canoes, kayaks and/or SUPs and they must be 21 feet or less in length (this is, after all, a small boat club). Once you have joined or renewed you will be given a participation task. To see the Task Descriptions, click HERE.
New for 2020
Members will be asked on their registration form to acknowledge they have read the provincial concussion education resource and will follow the club's concussion procedures as now required by every sporting organization in Ontario.Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resource E-Booklet
This e-booklet will help you learn more about concussions so you can keep yourself and others active and safe — whether you’re an athlete, student, parent, coach, official or educator.
You can download and print a copy for reference.