Annual Cardboard Boat Race

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Event# 785-239–4854

Event Details

Construct a cardboard boat with duct tape only and bring it on race day to paddle to the finish line without sinking! Prizes will be awarded.
Boat check–in begins at 9:30am, race starts at 10:00am. Up to 2 people per boat (from the same household).
3 Divisions:
Kids (ages 5 -12)
Teens (ages 12 – 17)
Adults (ages 18+)
$3 Ages 13+
$2 Ages 3–12
Free Ages 2 and under
Advance registration required. Registration deadline is September 16, 2021. Teams must pre-register at Eyster Indoor Pool or by calling (785) 239–4854

Annual Cardboard Boat Race

Address : 6940 Warren Rd, Fort Riley KS
Phone : 785-239–4854   (Always call and confirm events.)

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