We are very excited to announce our participation in a number of Tall Ships Challenge® Great Lakes events this coming season.
To start it off we will be participating in the Redpath Waterfront Festival (July 1-3) in Toronto. This festival takes place over the Canada Day weekend and we will be docked along with St. Lawrence II and the Canadian Navy at Harbour Square park. We have some really exciting plans in the works for this festival and will be announcing them soon. Check back on the blog for updates!
Next, Pathfinder and Playfair will join the fleet in Bay City, MI for the Tall Ships Celebration (July 14-17). A wonderful city that always gives us an incredibly warm welcoming.
Following Bay City, Playfair will continue with the fleet to Chicago for Tall Ships Chicago (July 27-31). The event is hosted at Navy Pier and is an impressive sight to see.
Our final event of the challenge will be at Tall Ships Erie (Sept. 8-11) in Erie, PA. It will be a fantastic way to finish up another great sailing season.
Make sure to come and say hi if you are at any of these events.
This image is courtesy of Tall Ships America and represents all stops on the Tall Ships Challenge Great Lakes. The events listed above at the only ones where Pathfinder and or Playfair will be in attendance.
Toronto Brigantine Inc. is a charitable organization dedicated to building leadership, self- efficacy and self-esteem in youth 13-18.
This is accomplished through the peer-to-peer delivery of challenging programs aboard our traditionally-rigged vessels, with a focus on safety and the creation of positive and memorable experiences on board.
TBI also endeavours to foster learning and the development of practical skills, the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices, and an appreciation of the rich marine heritage of the Great Lakes.
To bring together youth from diverse backgrounds and experiences and, through sail training, foster personal growth, the development of practical skills, the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices and an appreciation of the rich marine history of the Great Lakes.
To be a leader in the delivery of sail training for youth, to develop character, foster personal growth and develop self-confidence and awareness.