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Not a year goes by we aren’t proud to be a sponsor of the Penn Cove Water Festival’s Tribal Canoe Races here in Coupeville. Who wouldn’t be proud (and happy) about a Saturday of fun competition, food, music, storytelling, dancing, art, children’s activities and history in Coupeville.
The Penn Cove Water Festival Association is an ALL volunteer historic non- profit organization, keeping historic native canoe racing alive in Coupeville.
Visit the Penn Cove Water Festival site
for line up of tribal teams, races, children’s activities, dancing, music, story telling and much more about this family friendly and historic event.
•If you would like to Sponsor a 2018 Race or volunteer please contact the Penn Cove Water Festival Association at email@example.com 2017 Canoe Races and Sponsors
1) Single Woman Race – Jerry Saia (Coupeville Inn)
2) Single Man Race – John Weber (Nahma Investments)
3) Mixed Doubles Race – Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship – In honor of Gary Piazzon
4) 6 Junior Buckskin Race – Orca Network & the Langley Whale Center – In Honor of “J2/Granny”
5) 6 Buckskin Race – Susan Berta & Howard Garrett
6) 6 Woman Race – Molly McPhearson
7) 6 Man race – Harold Anderson & Terry Bible
8) 11 Jr. Buckskin Race – Coupeville Lions Club
9) 11 Buckskin Race – Vern & Martha Olsen and Vicky & Ricardo Reyes
10) 11 Woman Race – Penn Cove Shellfish
11) 11 Man race – Ervin Knezek & David Bieniek
Family Canoe – The Crow’s Roost
Family Canoes can be seen at the boat launch or out on Penn Cove as they paddle and perform their protocol during the day. They may also come to the Wharf at Front Street and offer rides in their Canoes.
Travel Money for the first 10 Eleven Man Canoes to arrive supported by: Sue & Pat Waters, bayleaf, Coupe’s Last Stand, Jenne Farm, Jan Picard, Penn Cove Water Festival Association, Michael Ferri, Jim Sherman, Gary Piazzon, and The Crow’s Roost.