CottonTail Corner also holds events in the winter so we can have our clothing free social times year round!
Winter 2017/2018 nude swim dates:
November 25, 2017 (George Spady Society)
January 13, 2018 (George Spady Society)
March 10, 2018 (Parkland County Victim Services)
May 12, 2018 (Parkland County Victim Services)
Swims run from 7 pm - 9 pm, and will be held at the Hardisty pool located at 10535 65 Street in Edmonton. Doors open at 6:30 and are locked at 7:20 pm
There is a absolute limit of 120 people allowed for the swims. Tickets can be purchased by sending $15 per adult to email@example.com via banking e-transfer. Include the names of the people attending and your transfer password.
As before, we are supporting local charities and social initiatives. For the Winter 2017-2018 swims we will be supporting the George Spady Society and the Parkland County Victims Services Unit. The George Spady Society is always in need of extra warm winter clothing (Socks, Gloves, Hats). The donation jar will be at it's regular place at the swims if you'd like to contribute that way as well.
Ladies only Nude swim!
The first Ladies only swim was a great success and we will be holding more in the future.
Nude 'Discover Scuba'
Every winter CottonTail Corner holds a beginners Discover Scuba night. The 2017 Discover Scuba night was on February 25, 2017 and 16 people came to mix both naturism and Scuba, a few of them, their first time for both!
The fee for the evening includes training, all equipment, and the pool rental. Held at NorthWest Scuba and Scona Pool in Edmonton, the evening starts with a classroom session at their office, and after that, a short 5 minute drive over to Scona Pool where we have two hours of in-pool instruction and free dive time. If you are already PADI trained, the cost for the evening is cheaper.
Discover Scuba events is limited to 20 people ONLY!!
Nude Scuba night is February 17, 2018! Tickets on sale now. Check our Facebook event page for more details on how to join!
Total Donations from CottonTail Corner and it's Users (2015-2018)
Edmonton and Parkland Food Banks: 2, 545.8 lbs of food and $2,348.00 in cash.
George Spady Society: 5 large bags of new gloves, socks and other warm clothing and $650 cash.
CottonTail Corner requires all adults attending our events to provide their Drivers Licence, or other government issued photo ID at the door for recording of your name and registration numbers. NO ID, NO ENTRY