Meetup

Kayak Video and Pizza Night

Monday's why do we have them? Wishing you were still on the water? Come out and watch "Toxic Waters", a great whitewater kayaking film showing some great destination, like the North Coast. Where is that? Come out and learn. We will provide the room and the video while you can grab a slice of pizza and watch this action packed film. 

Toxic Waters from Amongst It on Vimeo.

HIGHLY recommend this course to anyone interested even in local overnight kayaking adventures! Totally loved it!!
Ele Radoslovich  -  Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, ABQ Health Partners
What an awesome class! Everything clicked into place in my head and my strokes are so much better!
Jane Bales  -  Volunteer

Kayak Video and Pizza Night

If your still reeling from the weekend and not ready to settle into the work week, come out for our kayak movie and pizza night. We will be showing LVM #27, (Launch Video Magazine) "The Rockies". This is a great whitewater kayak film showcasing some of the whitewater potential that the Rocky Mountains have to offer. We will see some great action while enjoying some good food. We will bring the movie and hold the room, while you get some pizza and watch the action. 

 

LVM #27 from Lunch Video Magazine on Vimeo.

The roll class with Glenn and Michael was awesome.  The roll has been frustrating to me.  Thanks to the instruction the other night I think I have my roll about 95 percent mastered and I know exactly what I need to work on to get the other 5 percent.  I've taken other roll classes but this one was the best. After these classes I feel very clear about what I need to work on.  I can't wait to get back on the water ASAP to work on my roll and forward stroke.

Reed Mencke  -  Retired
The combination of classroom, followed by river work was perfect.   The schedule was flexible to deal with the reality of conducting a class outdoors.  The whole experience has been informative and has helped improve my paddleing significantly.  I am more likely to continue to boat on a regular basis as a result of my experience in NMKI courses.
Marty Teugel  -  Fish & Wildlife Service
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