Crab-Feed
Jan
26
5:30 PM17:30

Crab-Feed

TICKETS ARE CLOSE TO BEING SOLD OUT. IF NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE, PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL DAVE WALLACE TO INQUIRE ABOUT REMAINING TICKETS.

Get your tickets early for this year’s Crab Feed - It’s been a very full house and sold out event for the last few years in a row. Not to be missed :)

Dave and Eileen Wallace are once again our hosts with a trusty crew of volunteers.

Adults: $26 / Youth 18 and under: $16

Bar opens at 5.30PM / Dinner at 6.30PM

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Tacos, Tequila & Tricks!
Feb
23
5:30 PM17:30

Tacos, Tequila & Tricks!

Mark your calendars for a Special Dinner in February, hosted by David and Elaine West, Commodore Bill and Marcia.

Tickets can be bought online by clicking purchase button below - Or by sending check to David West, 369 Drakes View Drive, Inverness CA 94937, Or reserve via email to David West:: dhw429@gmail.com.

Bar and Tricks 5.30 PM

Dinner at 6.30 PM

Magic Show with Jay Alexander - 7.30PM

Tickets: $40 - Dinner and Show

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Highlander Salmon Dinner - "Get your Tartan on!"
Mar
23
5:30 PM17:30

Highlander Salmon Dinner - "Get your Tartan on!"

We are kicking off a week of Scottish vibes at the Inverness YC with a very Scottish dinner party on Saturday March 23, a week before the Scottish fiddlers on March 30. On the menu will be Scottish appetizers, a main course of Salmon and Oven roasted vegetables, and Sticky Toffee Cake for dessert.

In the bar, the special drink of the night will be the Inverness Sunset - created specially for this event.

Other drinks served at the bar this night will be the Rusty Nail and the Rob Roy.

Bar opens at 5.30 PM.

Dinner at 6.30PM

Adults: $25 / Youth under 25 years - $15

Hosted by Molly and Seth Rosen. Reserve on the web-site or by sending a check to the host.

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Scottish Music Night and Youth Sailing Fundraiser
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Scottish Music Night and Youth Sailing Fundraiser

Scottish Music Night and Youth Sailing Fundraiser
60.00

Youth Sailing Fundraiser featuring world-class Scottish music with Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Hass

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Youth Sailing Fundraiser featuring world-class Scottish music with Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Hass

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Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner
Nov
24
5:30 PM17:30

Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner

We hope you can join us for a festive family night on Saturday after Thanksgiving - Bring your whole family and lingering guests…

We will have appetizers and all ovens in full action making the Oven Roasted turkeys - Please bring a salad (or vegetable dish) or dessert - see list of alphabetic categories below.

Adults: $15, Kids 6-18: $10, Kids 5 and under: Free.

We hope to see you there!

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Party Planning & Free Pizza Night
Oct
27
5:30 PM17:30

Party Planning & Free Pizza Night

All Members are Welcome down to the club for Free Pizza along with salad, and cookies for dessert.

The Bar will be open from 5.30PM and onward. Pizza served starting 6.30PM and on...

Dinner followed by quick presentation of 2018-2019 Social Events, openings for volunteers and ideas for future events.

We look forward to a casual evening with you all! Bring the family!

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Open House followed by Speaker Series: "State of the Oceans"
Oct
13
5:30 PM17:30

Open House followed by Speaker Series: "State of the Oceans"

Open House -- bring a potluck hors d'oeuvres

"State of the Oceans"

Continuing the effort to combine Open House with speakers and presentations of general interest to members we are fortunate to have a lead scientist from the Farallon institute - based in Petaluma - join us. State of the Oceans science talks are informal and inspirational presentations on the latest scientific understanding of the ocean. Topics span global issues such as ocean acidification to regional changes impacting our fisheries off norther California. Farallon Institute scientists work on the atmosphere, physical ocean, and the complex marine food web from phyto-plankton to whales. They have a broad understanding of ocean ecology and are experts at understanding the latest scientific research and communicating what it all means. For those of us who derive so much pleasure from our lives on and around the ocean this is a great opportunity to learn from the experts who are racing to develop the solutions to the conservation challenges facing us today.

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