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New York Yacht Club 2022 Queen's Cup

Newport, RI July 17

The Queen's Cup will be run on July 17 off Newport, R.I and will include one spinnaker class for ORC yachts with a CDL of 10.5 or greater. The Queen's Cup has a unique starting system in that each yacht may start within a 2-minute window of the starting gun and their actual… SEE MORE

Family Fun: Waterfront Festival Randall's Island

City Island, NY July 30 @ 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us for our annual Waterfront Festival and enjoy games, nature crafts, face painting, and science learning, including bubbles with Bubbledad, as well as a live performance by Arm-of-the-Sea Theater, starting at 1 PM. SEE MORE

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9 Steps You Can Take To Mitigate Flooding

7/1/2022 by Editor

By Lily Cao Flooding is a significant problem for buildings all around the world, including architectural treasures like the Farnsworth House that have been plagued by the issue time and time again. In particular, one-third of the entire continental U.S. are at risk of flooding this spring, especially the Northern… SEE MORE

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July 4th Forecast: Typical Summer Weather

6/30/2022 by Editor

By NOAA. If you are wondering how the weather forecast is shaping up in your area for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, you’ve come to the right place. Typical summer weather is expected for much of the U.S. with scattered showers and thunderstorms from parts of the Southwest to… SEE MORE

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Rising Water Levels in the Great Lakes

6/30/2022 by Editor

By New research into Great Lakes water levels looks farther into the future to predict how much climate change will increase lake levels in four of the five Great Lakes. The predictions for the levels between now and 2050 show average increases from 2010-2019 levels of Lake Superior rising… SEE MORE

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Uncovering 200 Years of Great Lakes History

6/29/2022 by Editor

By Rachel Plunkett Exploring National Marine Sanctuaries Michigan is a water state—in fact, it has the highest percentage of water out of all states in the U.S.—41.5% to be exact. Lake Huron, which is in Michigan and Ontario, is famous for its treacherous waters of ice and fog that have… SEE MORE