Called off in July for concerns around high-water levels, Poker Runs America’s Alexandria Bay “Thunder On The Bay Poker Run” in New York is back on the schedule and set for Sept. 15-16. The news was announced in a press release from the Canada-based poker run event producer.
The Alexandria Bay “Thunder On The Bay Poker Run” has been rescheduled for mid-September. Photo courtesy/copyright Rodney Olson/Full Speed Photography.
Participants who register before Sept. 8 will receive a $100 discount on the entry fee, according to the release.
“We’re not quite done with summer yet, and the ‘Thunder on the Bay Poker Run’ is one of the last chances you may have to get out on the water and peg those throttles to the max on some of the most beautiful waterways in the world,” the release stated. “The Alexandria Bay Poker Run was originally slated for July, but Poker Runs America was forced to postpone the run due to the conditions on the waterway and in order to comply with the declaration of a state of emergency by Governor Andrew Cuomo.”
Images from last year’s Alexandria Bay Poker Run courtesy/copyright Poker Runs America.
Entering its second year, the Alexandria Bay Wine Festival and Farmer’s market will “also be in full swing” during the poker run weekend, according to the release.
For more information and registation, visit the Poker Runs America website.