Our Kent Cornucopia Days theme this year was 2020: Your Vision is our Future. With that said, the Kent Lions Club has made the tough decision to cancel the Kent Cornucopia Dragon Boat race for 2020. We join all dragon boaters world-wide in praying and hoping that this pandemic will come to an end so that we can return to the job of putting on a great race for Kent Cornucopia Days in 2021 and participate in a few races ourselves.
Be well and we will see you next year on July 10, 2021, for our 20th anniversary of dragon boat racing in Kent, WA.
If your team has paid the 2020 registration, you will be contacted by race volunteers and will receive a full refund.
Kent Cornucopia Days Annual Dragon Boat Races
Benefiting the Kent Lions Club and Foundation
July 11, 2020 – CANCELED
14800 SE 272nd Street, Kent, WA
Kent Cornucopia Days Dragon Boat Races
Saturday the 11th, dozens of teams will come to Kent to race for medals and bragging rights. The races begin at 8:30 am and finals are after 3 pm. Nearly 30 teams are coming in from all over Canada, Washington & Oregon, along with individual paddlers from California and across the nation! There will be numerous local Puget Sound teams racing for the honors. The Kent Lions and the Kent Dragon Boat Association have spent all year planning for this event; it is the largest Dragon Boat Race in the State of Washington. The beautiful venue of Lake Meridian provides the perfect location for this style of race while giving the team members and public an outstanding view. This race benefits the Kent Lions Club and Foundation. There will be food, vendors, and displays for all ages.
Racing begins 8:30 am.