No need to sign up - just show up at dusk (around 8:45 PM)
at Yacht Club Island in White Oaks Bay with your lighted boat.
It's the island with the Flag Pole.
For more information contact the Wonder Lake Yacht Club at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit their website the week of July 4th to see who had the best boat: www.WLYACHTCLUB.org
Sponsored by the: Wonder Lake Yacht Club
The winning Venetian Night boat was called Toy Story. Very colorful and creative featuring “The Rockets Red Glare, a racecar commemorating Nascar's first venture into Chicago, and All-American Mr. Potatohead dancing and singing along with a Happy 4th of July banner. Entry was by: Diane & Adeline Bieniarz and Tim Kohlstedt.
There were 6 boats that came out for the parade with a drizzly rain starting as the parade started. The rain was short lived and the people watching from the shore lines and beaches expressed their appreciation with horns and cheers. It looked like the people on the boats were having a good time too. Especially the Marina barge all lit up with a huge American Flag flying from atop it's crane. A big thanks to all who participated!!!
The C Scow was the first class of scow built by Harry C. Melges, Sr. in 1945; it quickly became an all-time speed favorite. The C Scow has come a long way from the days of wooden materials and cotton sails. It continues to be a very revolutionary sailboat, inspired by more than 100 years of competitive racing. This cat-rigged, maneuverable sailboat is great fun and a total pleasure to sail..... Very Fast, Fun, and Furious!