Upcoming Events
of the Higley Association



2021 Higley Association Event Calendar –


June 12th Youth Fishing Contest begins (Sat.)

July 3rd River of Lights – 9 p.m.

July 4th Children’s Parade – Cottage Rd. 10 a.m. Boats following off shore are encouraged to decorate their boats!

JUST IN!! The group NORTHBOUND will perform live on July 4th. from 7-9PM in Green's Bay! Boat on in and listen. Great music!!

July 13th Association Meeting and Potluck Dinner – 6 pm, St. Patricks Community Hall, Colton

July 17th Fireworks Display at dusk, Firemen’s Field, Gulf & Hanson Rd.  ALERT!              Due to forecast rains, re-scheduled for 7/18 at 9PM


July 24th Norwood Brass Fireman’s Band – Approx. 3 pm starting in Big Bay offshore from Cottage Rd. In case of rain. The event will be held July 31st.

July 31st Last day Youth Fishing Contest


Aug. 7th 26th Annual Round the Islands Canoe Race – 9 a.m. sign up

This years’ event in memory of our dear friend, Clark Trerise.


RACE RESULTS: (Quick Book Format) 2021%20results.xlsx

Also posted as Screenshot Format: 2021RaceResults.png

The special award winners were: Chris Murphy Women’s award went to Emily Shaw, Youth to Henry Sanson, C.M. Palmer Memorial Veteran Paddler Award went to Eric Seifer

 

August 11th Association Meeting and Potluck Dinner – 6 pm, St. Patricks Community Hall, Colton



September 15th – 19th Annual Fall water draw-down. Brookfield Power will begin to lower the water on Wednesday and return to normal on Sunday.



Check this website or our facebook page for information as it becomes available.







Notice:  Not all events at Higley Flow are sanctioned by the Higley Association and not all participants in events will be Higley Association Members.  The Higley Association must assume that all participants in Events have adequate insurance, are properly licensed and comply with all safety regulations.  The Higley Association cannot be held responsible for damage to craft, property or personal injury during Events.


Brianna's Law Is In Effect!!

In effect on 1/1/2020, Brianna’s Law will require all operators of motorized watercraft to complete a state-approved boating safety course by the year 2025.

If you were born after Jan. 1, 1993, you will need a boating safety certification when operating a motorized vessel in: 2020.

If you were born after Jan. 1, 1988, you will need a boating safety certification when operating a motorized vessel in: 2022.

If you were born after Jan. 1, 1983, you will need a boating safety certification when operating a motorized vessel in: 2023.

If you were born after Jan. 1, 1978, you will need a boating safety certification when operating a motorized vessel in: 2025.

All operators of motorized vessels, regardless of age, will need boating safety certification by Jan. 1, 2025.

The fines for not abiding by the law range from $100-$250.




Online Boating Course:   If you'd prefer an online Boating Course, check out https://www.boat-ed.com/newyork/approved_boating_course.html which consists of six timed modules and takes about six hours to complete.  It costs $29.50 paid at the successful completion of the final exam.  At that point you can print out a temporary certificate.  The final card will be sent to you.