Description: Save Ontario Shipwrecks (SOS) is a Provincial Heritage Organization in Ontario dedicated to the study, preservation, and
promotion of an appreciation of Ontario's marine heritage.
SOS has Chapters throughout Ontario that carry out projects and host meetings and events in their areas.
We held the Action Scuba season opener this weekend at Centeen Park to encourage our divers to come out and dive Brockville this summer. And I just wanted to say that we had 50+ divers, and everyone said the steps were fantastic. Kudos to all involved - your hard work was noticed and appreciated. (And it helped with our on the spot token sales!)
Another busy Saturday at Centeen. This is the 3rd weekend in a row that Centeen park has been busy. The 2nd set of stairs are being well utilized.
Too much people for me .... 😬 the visibility was bad because to many certification 🙄 2 (1 day ago)Diane Tetrault:
That was our Action Scuba season opener! We had over 50 people between the classes and fun dives, all set for another great season in Brockville. Lots of compliments for the stairs! (1 day ago)Stephane Mann:
i didn't know the city accept that we setup a tent in the park 1 (15 hours ago)
Can someone confirm what the parking agreement for Centeen is for this season? I've heard a few rumours - 4 hour on street with the dive token or parking at the canoe club. Can anyone confirm?
No special agreement with token, I think the rowing club lot is now by permit only? I believe all residential streets are 3 hour limit. (1 day ago)Tom Scott:
The bylaw enforcement folks don't start weekend patrols until next weekend through to labour day. The law is 3 hours, but the parking Folks at the city will let you be there for up to 5 hrs if you have a token is displayed on your the drivers side of the dash. That way the bylaw folks know you're diving. Longer than 5hrs park in the lot between the excecutive condo & rowing club. That lot requires a permit Monday to Friday but on weekends is open for free parking. 3 (1 day ago)