The Canyon Lake Yacht Club held its first “Concert on the Water” event on Saturday evening. Thirty-five boats participated in the two-hour event.
After a slow cruise around the main lake, boats tied up in Catfish Cove to listen to the sounds of the Eagles. “Food, drinks, meeting new friends, it was a blast,” said Vice Commodore Ron Wilbur. “This is exactly what the Yacht Club is all about.”
The Yacht Club’s next “Concert on the Water” will be held on September 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. Dubbed “Wastin’ away in Canyon Lake-ville,” this event will feature a tribute to Jimmy Buffett. This is not a live concert, music is recorded.
Participating boats will meet at the lodge dock at 5 p.m. and depart at 5:15 p.m. for a leisurely cruise around the main lake. After the cruise, boats will tie up in Catfish Cove in front of the concert boat.
“Bring your food, beverages, swimsuits, floaties, and Aqua Lily pads,” said Vice Commodore Ron Wilbur. “Dance and sing along or just sit and enjoy the music and the evening with your food and drinks.”
Non-boat owners who wish to participate may contact the Yacht Club at [email protected] to inquire about space availability on one of the Yacht Club boats.
The Yacht Club encourages all participants to follow public health guidelines, including social distancing and masks, when appropriate.
Future “Concert on the Water” events will feature the Zac Brown Band, Chicago and Tower of Power, and the Best of Motown. For a list of the club’s upcoming events, visit www.canyonlakeyachtclub.com.
Formed in 1990, the Canyon Lake Yacht Club is comprised of members of all ages and interests. Annual membership is $15. Boat ownership is not required to join the club. The Yacht Club hosts several social and philanthropic events throughout the year and gives back to the community through its community events and student scholarship program.
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