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Last Updated on Friday, 19 August 2016 18:05

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The Western Mass Rendezvous is back for its 8th Annual celebration of recreation and stewardship in our local climbing resources. The 2-day event kicks off on Saturday, September 24 with a USA Climbing Youth Bouldering Competition, and will include a screening of Reel Rock 11, a BBQ and Beer/Wine garden, a trail project and climbing tours at Farley Ledges. Register soon to ensure your spot in the competition, at the film, and on one of the tours. The full schedule of events can be found below.

Saturday, September 24
8AM-6PM: USA Climbing Competition ($50 online by Sept. 19) Register Now!
7PM: Beer Garden and BBQ
8PM: Reel Rock Film Tour ($15 online by Sept. 23rd) Purchase Now!

Sunday, September 25
8AM-9AM: Breakfast (Free-Farley Main Lot)
9AM-12PM: Trail Project
1PM-5PM: Climbing Tours (Free rope and bouldering tours) Sign-up Now!

 

 

 
 
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Last Updated on Saturday, 01 August 2015 21:15

WMCC T-shirts - $20 (plus shipping)

A custom designed word cloud with the names of over 200 classic Western Mass routes and boulders! Printed on a comfy, cotton Prana shirt made in the USA. 

LIMITED QUANTITY. Order them here or pick one up at Central Rock Hadley!

Make sure you tell us what size and color you want (Paypal order form):
Gender: Male and Female cuts
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large (sizes running large)
Men's Medium SOLD OUT, but since sizes run large, try on a small. They'll probably do the job!
Fabric Colors: Blue and Green
 

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Rose Ledge Guidebook by Al Rubin - $20 (plus shipping)

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Donations

Didn't find what you wanted to buy but still want to support WMCC's ongoing mission? Feel free to make a donation!

The WMCC has continued to expand it's mission protecting and preserving climbing areas in western Mass with another very successful year. We've got an aggressive agenda  both in terms of fundraising and protection efforts. The latest news is the transfer of our remaining $30,000 commercial loan for the Farley property to the Access Fund saving the WMCC nearly $3,500 in interest.  Money we can put to better use elsewhere. Check the Access Fund for more information. (www.accessfund.org)

The financial obligations to continue the work we do remain however and we are asking all of you in the climbing community and those that support the mission of the WMCC to consider an end of year donation. Any and all amounts are valuable.

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