Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race

April 1st - Two Weeks To Go!




In an effort to "liven things up" at the finish line with "a fun obstacle course", city engineers have installed circular spillways along the final stretch of the Kenduskeag.

Paddlers who are sucked into the vortices will be provided with transportation from Searsport after the race.

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BDN Special Insert Plus T-Shirt Preview!




The Kountdown to the Kenduskeag kontinues! (Sorry about that.)

Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for preregistration is next Friday (April 15) at 1pm.
So if you haven't preregistered for the race, go here.

The Bangor Daily News put together a special insert in today's print edition. It features photos and race history including the origins of this 50 year-old tradition. (If you missed out on today's print edition the insert will also be available at the race.)



Inside this featurette you'll find a sneak peek at the 2016 canoe race T-shirt, designed by
Debbie Gendreau. Looks sharp, Debbie!

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Two Weeks To Go / Canoe Raffle




The Kountdown to the Kenduskeag has begun! There are less than two weeks remaining until the historic 50th Anniversary race on April 16.

If you haven't preregistered for the race, go here.

To buy raffle tickets for a brand new Old Town NEXT canoe, go here.

Raffle tickets may be purchased online or at the race on April 16.
(Proceeds benefit Bangor Parks & Recreation summer camp activities.)

More to come....

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Kountdown To The Kenduskeag




Only 30 days to go!

Aislinn Sarnacki of the The Bangor Daily News interviewed Jeff Owen of Orono about the upcoming whitewater races in Maine. Lots of useful pointers here - check it out: http://bit.ly/1Emu365

PS - don't forget! You may preregister now before race day looms upon you.

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Kountdown to the Kenduskeag!



Less than 30 days until the big race! Have you preregistered?

PS - PaddleSmart 2013 begins on Friday, March 29th at the Bangor Boat Show (Bangor Auditorium). For more information, visit Castine Kayak.

And the following Saturday (March 30th) sees the first whitewater race of the year - the St. George River Race in Searsmont. Visit the Waldo County YMCA for more information.

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