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P.O. Box 925516
Houston, Texas
77292-5516



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The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.


July, 2021

Wednesday
7
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Strictly a business meeting for Board members but you can join too if you so desire.
Saturday
10
Champion Lake,
Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge
9:00 AM
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CHANGE OF LOCATION. This event originally scheduled for Colorado River. Location instead will be Champion Lake, Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, off County Road 417 near Dayton TX
Wednesday
14
Online meeting
7:00 PM
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Randolph Watson, long time volunteer of the Houston SPCA‘s Wildlife Center of Texas will be presenting. Register through the event calendar. An email will be sent to your address with a link.
Saturday
17
Meet at the US 90 bridge over the Colorado. Put in is on the east bank.
7:30 AM
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A 27 mile paddle on a nice stretch of the Colorado. Easy put in, moderately challenging take out. Meet at U.S> 90 and the Colorado (just east of Altair) at 0730 and shuttle up to SH 71 business in Columbus. Includes the Columbus loop.
Wednesday
21
Meet at the FM 950 bridge, just east of Garwood. The take out is on the east bank.
8:00 AM
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A 13-mile paddle on a nice stretch of the Colorado, between Altair (US 90) and Garwood (FM 950). There is one portage on this route, at the Garwood Dam. Portage path is challenging, but at lowish water, it is possible to lift a boat over the dam.
Saturday
24
meet at FM 442 near Boling at 0700.
7:00 AM
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Into the unknown for roughly 17 miles of one of the least paddled stretches of the San Bernard. This area is largely cypress swamp and will likely contain numerous log jams and other hazards. The distance is manageable, but the effort may be intense.
Saturday
31
Meet at FM 1093 and the Brazos, just east of Waller.
7:30 AM
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A 23 mile trip on the Brazos from near San Felipe to FM 1093. This trip contains some of the last rapids on the river, though at high water, they may be washed out. Meet at FM 1093 and the river at 0730. We will shuttle up to San Felipe from there. Put in is moderate, the take out can be tough, even by Brazos standards.