Women Sailing on the Columbia
Organized in 1994 by local women sailors, OWSA promotes women’s sailing through education and practical experience. Our members are business owners, artists, managers, lawyers, clerks, stay-at-home moms, writers and educators — name a profession, talent, or interest, and you will find an OWSA member in that field. Our members have all levels of sailing experience, from newbies to experts. Joining OWSA gives you access to sailing opportunities throughout the Northwest. At any given time we also have friends and members out sailing the deep blue, blogging, posting and sharing their adventures with us here on the Columbia.
OCSA Tropical Party and Awards Dinner - NOV 3rd - Get Involved!!! OCSA is looking for 3-6 people to to help set up the decorations on the day of the event (Nov 3rd) . This is a great way to get involved in the sailing community. To volunteer reach out to Kitty Church at email@example.com
Published 3:36pm on 18 Oct 2018
Happy fall to everyone! Annual Tropical Party: November 3 rd : OCSA is looking forward to the annual Tropical Party coming up on November 3 rd at Warehouse 23 in Vancouver.Registration is now open on the SailPDX.org website. Trophies will be presented by OCSA, CYC, SYSCO and RCYC. Come and join area racers for a season wrap-up and celebration
Published 3:58am on 8 Oct 2018
Published 2:34pm on 2 Oct 2018
Would you like to help your fellow OWSA sisters and teach a sailing class next year? Please join us on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 2:00 pm , for the annual Instructor's Fall Workshop and Bonfire, where we will debrief and wind down 2017 and start thinking about the new year to come. This is a free event for potential Education volunteers only. It's going
Published 12:38am on 30 Sep 2018
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Published 12:13am on 11 Sep 2018
Hey Members! Looking for a way to volunteer? OWSA is actively looking for a Skipper Wrangler for 2019, someone to help vet and manage our amazing skippers that support our program. Contact our Commodore for more information.
Published 12:00am on 3 Aug 2018