2018 Holidaze Tournament

‘Tis the season for the greatest of all reindeer games… the 6th annual Yacht Club Holidaze tournament! So bring 3 of your fav sleigh-ride-or-die homies and join us for a day that is so fun, even Scrooge would approve.

Signup as an individual or a group of 4, (2 guys, 2 gals, or if your theme calls for a different ratio, let us know). We will group you with 4 other players, then you’ll spend the day battling for who’s got the most holiday spirit. In addition to dodging fun, we’ll raffle off some wicked locally sourced prizes and have additional swag for purchase!

TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! DONATIONS! DONATIONS! DONATIONS!

If you’re also into spreading your holiday cheer all over the place, know that your participation in the tourney will go a long ways toward making sure the kids at Highland Park and Westwood Rec Centers have the best holiday season ever. We’re asking for a donation or toys in addition to your participation fee. Your contribution will supply the Rec Center’s annual holiday extravaganzas with gifts for youth and families from our community. Make a donation or bring a toy and receive a FREE “Holiday Wish” card, which will allow you to re-enter a game at any time, once.  Limit 3 “Holiday Wish” cards per player.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How are teams picked?

Register as an individual to be placed on a team or as a group of 4 players (2 guys, 2 girls) and we’ll group you. We do our best to equally match teams as much as possible, based on skill level and male to female ratio.

I added an additional $10 donation/said I would be bringing a toy when I registered for the tournament, what’s in it for me?

Okay Grinchy Face, each person who brings a toy or makes an additional donation will earn a “Holiday Wish” card which will allow you to re-enter a game at any point, one time. Limit 3 per player.

Do I really need to bring a toy?

Please do. All toy donations will be distributed to the Rec Center of your choice. Westwood or Highland Park Rec.

Here are few toy suggestions, BUT YOU ARE NOT LIMITED TO THESE TOYS: sporting equipment/bags/balls; books, backpacks, cosmetics, purses, watch/wallet gift sets, bath gift sets, board games, radio control cars/trucks, hand-held electronics, skateboards/helmets, curling irons, hair straighteners, and hair dryers.

 

Ahoy Ladies Skill Building Workshop in October

Location is to be annouced, but you can register for the Fall Ahoy Ladies skill building workshop. Held at Eagle Rock Rec. Center
1100 Eagle Vista Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90041

A Shirt Story

Think your Season of the Dog shirt is pretty pawesome?  Take a quick peek at how the shirts came to be.

Start with art.  The shirt artwork was generously contributed by friend of the club Jason Keam.  A Long Beach native, Jason is an illustrator, animator and a dog enthusiast, obvsly.

Jason Keam’s Neopolitan Dogs: Mural Painting

With the design done, our good pals at Let’s Print LA were up next. Operating right here in Highland Park under the direction of long-time Yacht Club collaborator Rene Perez, these screen printing pros are on top of their game.

End results:  best in show.

The Wheel gets around…

Each Yacht Club season ends with one team hoisting their league’s Captain’s Wheel.  Then, like the Stanley Cup, each player is entitled to their alone time with The Wheel.  Over the years, The Wheel has been a lot of places and seen a lot of things, some it would like to forget.

Our winter winners seem to be doing a particularly good job of living their best Wheel life.

Here are Pamela from NoHo, Katie from Highland Park and Danielle from the Venice doing it right.

Where will you take The Wheel?

Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.
Cursed no more, The Wheel goes to Wrigley Field
Nailed it.