July 5, Footraces & Pentathlon
July 7, Adult Mixed Doubles
July 12, B-I-N-G-O
July 13, Ladies’ Golf

Week 1
It Was Worth the Wait!

Every year the anticipation of another CBSC summer is what gets us through the winter, and Week 1 was well worth the wait. Where else can you do sailing, swimming, triathlon, tennis and water polo all in one day, just to name a few?

Hopefully your kids are nestled all snug in their beds each night, good and tired; while visions of Sally Seahorse is dancing in their heads.

The Seahorse Picnic Thursday night was a hit. There were lots of fun activities and contests, and the coaches and staff did a fantastic job. It was great to see so many families coming together and join in the fun.

If the first week is any indication, this summer is going to be epic!


Things have been going swimmingly for swim! Emails have gone out this week from head coaches with specific details for each program.

First swim meet is this weekend – good luck to all of our swimmers!


Adult Mixed Doubles Tournament
Sunday, July 7th 10am

It’s time to team up, unleash your skills and take on opponents with a dash of witty banter and a hint of competitive camaraderie! The CBSC Mixed Doubles Tournament starts at 10am Sunday morning. FREE, both partners sign up on ActiveNet

(17+, All participants must be current CBSC members, single participants may be paired up, but arrive early.)

To keep everyone safe, please remind your children that rackets and balls are to be played on the courts only.


Sailing Class availability – get out on the water!

Quest Orientation

A new CBSC sailing program designed to give new sailors the opportunity to experience the sport of sailing without the time commitment of other courses like sail green. It’s smaller class sizes and in-boat coaching will allow more direct coach to student direction.


Quest orientation will be a small course spanning 6 hours over two days. It is designed to give new sailors the opportunity to try sailing without the major time commitment of sail green or other courses. During the course, students will be divided into boats of three students, and 1 coach/leader. The coach or leader in the boat will give the students direct, immediate feedback, and help them to progress their skills during the limited time frame of the course. The course will try to teach the students the very basics of CANsail level 1, just enough to get them skippering safely, and enjoy their time on the water. Born 2012 or earlier

Dates and times:

  • Saturday and Sunday, July 13/14 – 16:00-19:00
  • Saturday and Sunday, July 27/28 – 16:00-19:00

Other Sailing Opportunities:

  • Sail Green limited space Weeks 1&2 , Weeks 3&4
  • Sail Gold limited space Weeks 5&6, Weeks 7&8

Check out Teen Paddle for spots available throughout the summer.

Sunset Paddle has a new date July 23rd with space.


The Enchanted PNO 2024 – Saturday, July 20, 6pm

  • Tickets $75 – Sales close Monday July 8 at noon!
  • Come as your favourite mystical or wondrous creature or character and celebrate in the moonlight on July 20th hosted at the Clubhouse.
  • Returning to a full sit down dinner, and the dancing will close the night.
  • Please bring a PLASTIC cup or water bottle.


  • Snail River Run 2024 is full!
  • If you registered for the race and can no longer attend, please send us an email at so that we can pull in participants from the waitlist.
  • See everyone in a few weeks!

Ladies’ Golf – Tickets still available!

  • Saturday, July 13 1pm
  • Practice your putting and come on out for a FUN 9 hole Ladies’ Golf Tournament! Tee off will be a 1pm at NicoWynd followed by an evening wrap up back at the Clubhouse (6pm).
  • A full catered dinner and drinks will be served, along with a private pool party.
  • Foursomes can be requested, but are not required.
  • Team requests or questions can be emailed to
  • Fee: $110 (for golf, dinner, drinks and prizes)

Men’s Golf

  • Saturday, August 3
  • Calling all hackers! There are only a few spots left in the annual CBSC Men’s Golf Tournament – all levels of golf ability are welcome.
  • Golf will be played at Nico Wynd with a shotgun start at 12pm.
  • This year’s theme is German, ja!
  • Prize contributions are welcomed!
  • Register online or in the Clubhouse.
  • Fee: $135 (for golf, prizes, snacks, dinner & drinks)

First Pentathlon: Friday July 5. Registration is now closed.

  • Save these dates to participate in upcoming events:
  • July 19, August 2 and August 16
  • FREE for ages 8 – 12 (must be 8 as of August 31)
  • MUST BE A STRONG SWIMMER and comfortable swimming in the ocean. Be prepared to do some ocean swimming, running and even get messy, depending on the theme of the day!
  • Participants must register through your online ActiveNet account or through the office. Deadline is 2pm on the Thursday before each pentathlon.
  • Meet at the lifeguard tower right after Footraces.
  • Registration for upcoming events will open at 9am on the Saturday following each Pentathlon.

NEW! for Senior and Social Members:

  • “Legacy Coffee Hour”.
  • Purchase your own refreshments in the club concession area then reconnect with old friends and meet new ones on Tuesday mornings from 9-10am.
  • Stay tuned for upcoming historical surprises throughout the summer!


Adults and kids alike, wear your fancy BLUE glow-in-the-dark wristbands ’til the end of summer! Getting a wristband tan is cool anyway, so don’t take it off.

We’ll see everyone at Footraces tonight, followed by the first Pentathlon of the summer. Enjoy the weekend and soak in some Vitamin D.