News and Events

2022 Spring Member Meeting

Hard to believe the spring member meeting is upon us!

When: 5/14 @ 2pm

Where: Portland, MITA office

Optional activities:

9:00- paddle option at the East End by Portland Paddle

9:30- launch

1:00- pre meeting pizza lunch at MITA

2:00- meeting

4:30- meet up for drinks at a brewery (TBD)

Please email kyle.martin.8080@gmail.com if you are interested in meeting up for the paddle.

An email will be sent out soon with this info and an agenda will be sent out a few weeks before the meeting.

Looking forward to seeing many of you there


2022 Portland Pool Session

We’ve scheduled 3 days of pool sessions at the Riverton Community Pool in 2022. Similar to last year, we will only be allowing 6 people in the pool at a time. Members get the first session free. (Additional sessions are $15 each.) The cost for non-members is $25/session

The sessions will be split up into 2 groups. 6 people from 1:00-2:30 and 6 people from 2:30-4:00. Masks are encouraged at all times except while in the pool. There are also a couple of forms to fill out before attending. For these reasons and for all of us to stay as safe as possible, please RSVP to Kyle at kyle.martin.8080@gmail.com to secure your spot as it is a first come first serve basis. The dates are as follows:

January 9th

February 20th

April 24th

Big thanks to Portland Paddle for sponsoring the insurance coverage for these sessions!

Fall Member Meeting Nov, 13

The fall meeting is scheduled for Saturday, November 13th at the Waldo County Technical Center in Belfast from 2:00 – 4:00 PM. If you wont be able to attend in person, but would like to attend virtually, just send us an email and we’ll send you out a meeting invite.

Cold Water Safety

Up here in Maine things are finally starting to warm up. Beautiful weather expected all this week, with temps touching 80 some days. If you or someone you know is heading up to New England just remember that the water is still deadly cold.

Please dress appropriately and always wear a life jacket. http://www.coldwatersafety.org/Rule2.html#rule2Case1