ClubBuzz: Open Air Concert Saturday: Join us as we rock to the Whiskey Hill Billies

ClubBuzz: Open Air Concert Saturday: Join us as we rock to the Whiskey Hill Billies

Saturday Whiskey Hill Billies
in concert on the Helipad

And Opening Day on The Bay
and Cruising the Delta with Connie and Bob

2021 Concert Series
Welcome back to the fabulous
Whiskey Hill Billies
Saturday, April 24th – on the Helipad

The Club at Westpoint will welcome back our fan-favorite local band, the Whiskey Hill Billies!
Dan, Steve, Pete, and Andy bring a unique blend of wit and personality to their collection of Americana and Country music, weaving three-part harmonies and seven different acoustic instruments and tasty percussion into classics that you know, and originals that you’ll love!

The Billies will set up their stage on the Helipad.
Music will start at 5:00 pm until sundown.

Bring your own chairs, food, and beverages. Wine and beer will be available to purchase.

We will be practicing social distancing per the county’s guidelines in force at the time.

Register here

Announcing Opening Day on the Bay
Sunday, April 25th – fly your burgee!

125 Years of PICYA Making History

PICYA cordially invites you to join in our annual tradition of launching the boating season in spring style along the spectacular San Francisco City Waterfront 


Plus plan to pass by the Blessing of The Fleet in Raccoon Straits at 10:30 am. Then join us at Anita Rock after the blessing and line up according to your assigned parade number.

Parade of Boats is at noon, Sunday, April 25th

Special Member Presentation
Connie and Bob Puccetti
Friday, April 30th – on Zoom

First-time boaters, Bob and Connie Puccetti were able to make their first long-distance boating trip. They were invited to join three other couples, and their boats, for a cruise out to the Delta. They traveled for two weeks with their new boater friends, then stayed on for another six weeks at Willow Berm Marina.

What an amazing experience they had, but most importantly, they are now looking forward to their next adventure. Join in on this zoom presentation to hear about their fun adventure, “the good, the bad, and the ugly”.

Register on Slipstream or here.

Richmond Mayor Tom Butt has put out a public plea for ideas and funding to help to save the station. Butt was one of the founders of East Brother Light Station, Inc., a nonprofit that rehabilitated the East Brother Light Station in 1979 and opened it as a bed and breakfast inn in 1980.

April though May at a glance

   April 2021
   24th, Saturday CONCERT: Whiskey Hill Billies – on the Helipad
   25th, Sunday Opening Day on The Bay
   30th, Friday Cruising the Delta with Connie and Bob Puccetti
   May 2021
   7th, Friday Lia Ditton – A Front Row Seat – Rowing across the Pacific
   14th, Friday Special Event: Salty Sagas
   21st, Friday Friday Fun Series Race #2
   21st, Friday Pub Quiz
   22nd, Saturday CONCERT: Steve Stanley and Friends – on the Helipad

If you have any questions please let me know.

Kevin Parker

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