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Jimmy Buffet Concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands. Arrive early (about 6:15 PM) and park as close as possible to Riva Row in the Green parking lot (Green Lot, Riva Row, The Woodlands). Plan is to paddle around Lake Woodla
The Artist Boat organization in Galveston is looking for volunteers to help with this event:
COME BE A VOLUNTEER AT THIS GREAT EVENT ON JUNE 8th at STEWART BEACH
Hosted by Artist Boat from 10am – 6pm on Saturday, June 8th. We are looking for volunteers to help with a paddle pool that is being donated by Southwest Paddle Sports.
Volunteer shifts are 2 hrs. each, free parking and free lunch is included.
Shift 1 is from 10am – 12 noon, 4 people in pool to assist with the kayaks and 1 person on land to help control the line of people and keeping track of time each group is in the water. Total of 5 volunteers for each shift.
Shift 2 is from 12 noon, - 2pm – need 5 volunteers
Shift 3 is from 2pm – 4pm – need 5 volunteers
Shift 4 is from 4pm – 6pm – need 5 volunteers
We also need 6 volunteers to help tear down pool at the end of the day from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
If interested in helping with this event please contact Cathy Webster at sr.executive.assistant@ artistboat.org, or call cell phone 512-944-3003.
Come join the fun, we will have Hands-on Activities, Presentations, Exhibits and Entertainment. You can also enter the Artist Boat 2019 Oceans Day Contest, making art from recycle materials found at the beach, bay and Gulf of Mexico. For more information check out our website, www.artistboat.org
Northshore Boat Launch on the west end of the parking lot (farthest from the restrooms)
Leisurely paddle and listening to a concert on the water while catching up with each other
Dan Oko, journalist and author, rescheduled to this meeting.
Here is some information about Mr. Oko from his website, danoko.com
Dan Oko is an award-winning freelance writer and editor based out of Houston Texas, who specializes in outdoor recr
This is a roughly 38-45 -mile paddle on the Colorado River, on the old terminal leg of the CR 100 (100 mile version). Flows are good, and this stretch of the river is free of obstructions/hazards.
Contact for your trip coordinator: Phone: 832-882-1657/281-438-7398
Meet at: Howell’s Canoe Livery on the Colorado in Columbus
Skill Level: Novice. Generally flat water, but it’s fairly long for a day trip.
Boat Ramp at
Paddle along the shaded waters of White‘s and Turtle Bayou. We will meet at the boat ramp at White‘s Park, paddle out and back on White‘s Bayou, eat a picnic lunch (bring your own) at the park and depending on group energy, then paddle out and back on Turtle Bayou. Easy flatwater paddle, under 10 miles at a leisurely pace.
Despite the shade, come prepared for sun and heat, bring plenty of water to drink.
Participants should have a current signed Houston Canoe Club waiver AND an American Canoe Club membership. All others will need to pay a $5 fee (insurance requirement) and sign a waiver - please print from the website and bring it with you.
Armand Bayou Nature Center