By State Fair Hound
On February 9, 2017
In Blue ribbon exhibits
This young lady poses in the Horses of the World tent. State Fair Hound would love to see that exhibit get a permanent home, perhaps in the planned equine area.
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While we await word on the equine exhibit at the State Fair, other youth will be visiting the Fairgrounds this Saturday, February 18, 2017 for the Young Boater Safety Certificate Course and Exam. Wednesday, February 15, 2017 is the deadline to register for the training course offered free at the 2017 Central New York Boat Show by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and New York Sea Grant. The Course with same-day proctored exam will run from 9 am to 5 pm at the Horticulture Building classroom at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY.
Successful completion of the free, 8-hour training program certifies youth ages 10 to 17 to legally operate a motorized boat or watercraft alone on New York waters.
Pre-registration is required for the limited space seating for the course that will be taught by U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 21 personnel. New York Sea Grant is taking registrations by phone at 315-312-3042. Learn more at http://seagrant.sunysb.edu/articles/t/young-boater-safety-certification-course-set-for-february-18th-at-2017-cny-boat-show-great-lakes-boating-marine-trades-press-release.
Each youth registering for the Young Boater safety course will receive three free admission passes into the 2017 Central New York Boat Show that is the largest and oldest boat show in New York. Participants are asked to provide for their own lunch.
The award-winning New York Sea Grant Discover Clean & Safe Boating program will be at the show with for its 10th anniversary educational vessel with information on life jackets, boating safety, and voluntary watercraft inspection to help slow the spread of aquatic invasive species.
The 2017 Central New York Boat Show hours are 1-9 pm on Thursday, February 16, 1-9 pm on Friday, February 17, 10 am-9 pm on Saturday, February 18, and 10 am-5 pm on Sunday, February 19. More than 500 boats of all styles; water recreation equipment; marine accessories; boating and fishing guides; yacht clubs; and exhibits by waterfront destinations, tourism organizations, and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies fill three exhibit buildings at the NYS Fairgrounds. Show admission is $10 per person, 13 and younger free. Free parking and shuttle are provided. Learn more at http://www.cnyboatshow.com .
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