Saturday, June 15th, 2024
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All prices are listed in CAD and do not include tax.
*Deca Dragons: For teams with 10 maximum participants, with no specific gender make-up
Includes 2 practices with a coach, and the Port Perry regatta; will race in a separate Deca Dragons division.
**All teams have the opportunity to book 2 practice sessions, which are provided by Scugog Dragon Boat. The first practice is free, the second practice is $20.00. Teams who require a Steersperson for practices or on festival day can request one for an additional $100.00 fee. Details regarding practices and scheduling will be released in February/March.
The Port Perry Dragon Boat Festival offers a pledge program to all teams. All pledges (donations) collected by each team will be donated to The Port Perry Hospital Foundation and the Scugog Lake Stewards. Prizes will be awarded to teams and individuals who raise the most money!
After you register, you will receive a follow-up email in February/March with instructions on how to collect your pledges, what the 2024 prizes will include, and more!
Palmer Park, 175 Water Street, Port Perry, Ontario , L0C 1B0 (Festival site)
Emmanuel Church, 1680 Reach Street, Port Perry, L9L 1A6 (Parking site)
Directions to parking site:
From Toronto, take Hwy 401 E towards Kingston.
Take exit 410 to Brock Street S.
Continue on Brock Street S to Baldwin Street S/Hwy 12 N.
Keep left to continue on Baldwin Street S/Hwy 12 N.
Turn right on Reach Street.
All participants must park at the Emmanuel Community Church. Shuttle buses will be provided from the Church to the Festival site from 7:00am-4:00pm. All vehicles illegally parked will be tagged and/or towed at the Townships discretion.
Full schedule will be posted on Monday, June 10th, 2024
Shuttle buses begin running at 6:30am and race head quarters will open at 7:30am for teams to complete any outstanding registration documents. Captain’s meeting to take place at 8:30am near the Marshalling area. Marshalling for first race will begin at 8:45am. Closing ceremonies will take place at 3:00pm. Times to be confirmed closer to festival date.
Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be awarded to the top 3 teams in Division A finals (Mixed/Combined, Women, Deca)
Gold medals will be awarded to the top team in all other division finals (B-Z).
The Bill & Carol Gonder Cup will be awarded to the fastest local team.
An award for the winning team of the Mystery Race will be handed out, as well as the Bill & Carol Gonder Cup for the fastest local team.
Each team will receive 25 medals, and each Deca Dragons Team will receive 15 medals, however if you need additional medals, you may order them at race headquarters.
Stay tuned for all of the exciting food, drink and merchandise vendors!
Are you interested in being a vendor at our event? We would love to have you!
The Port Perry Dragon Boat Festival does not charge a fee for vendors to participate, however, the Township of Scugog requires vendors to obtain a Hawkers & Peddlers license ($85.00) and liability insurance. To become a vendor with our festival:
All vendors will receive:
*Please note: In order to best serve our participants, we reserve the right to turn down vendor applications if we feel as though the market is already covered in this area.
Interested in being an Alkame Festival Series Sponsor? We are always looking for amazing partners to work with! Check out our Sponsorship Package today! (Coming soon)
Are you interested in volunteering with us this year? The Alkame Festival Series is a great place to make friends, build new contacts, and gain work experience!
Our volunteers receive a staff shirt, food & drink, and sign-off on high-school volunteer hours (if applicable). Choose when and where you want to volunteer and join us for an awesome day on the water!
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Rules of Racing - All teams will follow Division III rules as outlined on Page 9.