Let’s celebrate some optimism for the season ahead and get together for a ‘pub crawl’. The BDA virtual pub crawl is happening this Friday and you are all invited!
Join us for an at-home get-together. The evening will consist of Dragon sailors old and new getting together via Zoom for storytelling and catch ups.
There will be breakout rooms ‘aka different pubs’ where you will get to chat and meet different bar dwellers. The time and size of the group to be determined on the amount of people who are interested.
All you have to do is email Harriet at TAI18@HOTMAIL.CO.UK to let her know you’re interested. We will then send you details to join in and enter the pub!
This is a BYO (bring-your-own) event, and don’t forget to bring your best stories from your Dragon life and await for the shuffling “crawling” to begin. We look forward to seeing you all on Friday.
After a year when everything changed, the International Dragon Association (IDA) made the choice to change their annual IDA Yearbook.
The 2020 review, 2021 preview magazine is now online with interactive clickable links on the pages. Read from your phone, tablet or computer anytime or if you prefer to enjoy it even more you can download and print the PDF*. Click any of the images on this page to access the Yearbook.
Tim Pearson, IDA Secretary said: “We started this year’s Yearbook back in July, wondering what we would write about, but it turns out there was quite a bit!
“We hope you enjoy it and feel free to pass the link on to anyone who might be interested. As always much thanks are due to the editorial team of Fiona Brown (Editor), Anne Garrett, Nicky Wilton, Steven Vermeire and our long-suffering designer Calvin Evans.”
*To print the yearbook – From the link, it you look at the top left of any page of the yearbook, there is a button (down arrow) which will download the yearbook and once done, you can print from that PDF as it’s ‘page-to-view’.