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



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October, 2021

Saturday
2
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Join in the fun of the 49th annual Regatta. This is an external event (not official HCC event) that is a lot of fun. Check out the race information and registration at: https://buffalobayou.org/event/49th-annual-bbp-regatta/.
Wednesday
6
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Strictly a business meeting for Board members but you can join too if you so desire.
Saturday
9
TRPA Hidalgo Falls Property
8:00 AM
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River Fest on the Brazos at Hidalgo Falls.

Two day event October 9 and 10 benefiting TRPA and the Hidalgo Falls property.

https://www.texasriverfestival.net/?fbclid=IwAR1j-3Btqa0oRkxjXczigtWMbxK9i9Lz_H4sKis_43ggqdyw0bLbmCvJ9qA
Sunday
10
8:00 AM
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See listing on October 9
Monday
11
Location is at Thompson's Fishing Camp, Baytown. This is an out and back trip.
8:00 AM
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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Columbus Day by exploring Ash Lake, Ijams Lake, and Lower Cedar Bayou. The put-in and take-out for this loop trip will be Thompson Fishing Camp in Baytown. Approximate times for the trip are 10:00 to 4:00. Estimated paddling distance is 7.8 miles. This is an ACA sanctioned event sponsored by the Houston Association of Sea Kayakers (HASK). Advance registration is required through HASK. For details and registration, contact trip organizer Chris Arceneaux
Wednesday
13
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Online meeting. Register for meeting to receive link through an email.

Kim Sorensen, Boater Education Manager, of Texas Parks and Wildlife will discuss engaging the next generation in canoeing and how we can work together to draw in new paddlers.
Saturday
16
Pickett's Bayou boat ramp, Trinity River NWR.
8:00 AM
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A look at the Cutoff/Lost River/Lost River Lake section of the Lost River 50 race. This will be an out and back from the Pickett's Bayou Boat Ramp and will be approximately 15 miles long. Since this is route recon, it will be at a touring pace, not a race pace. This is a beautiful section of the Trinity Delta and is often included in the Old River CBC.
Thursday
21
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PLACEHOLDER
Friday
22
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PLACEHOLDER
Saturday
23
Cedar Hill Park
6:30 AM
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A 50 mile race through the bayous, river channel and swamps of the Trinity Delta. There is also a ten mile variant for those who don't want to do the entire 50 miles. This race will be a navigational challenge, as well as a paddling challenge, with portages, varying paddling conditions and a likelihood of finishing in the dark. Get more miles in less time than on the Boquillas trip!

Should be fun! Note that there is also a 10 mile option if you'd like to race, but prefer not to be out there after dark!

https://www.facebook.com/The-Lost-River-50-102010735155514
Saturday
23
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PLACEHOLDER
Sunday
24
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PLACEHOLDER
Monday
25
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PLACEHOLDER
Tuesday
26
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PLACEHOLDER
Saturday
30
Meet at the 979 Bridge for the shuttle up to FM 413.
8:00 AM
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A roughly 20-mile trip on the Brazos above College Station. This section contains an area of exposure of the K-T Boundary, 413 Shoals, Curly Shoals, Hamburger Shoals and some areas of amazing fossils. The K-T Boundary is the stratum containing evidence of the meteorite that did in the dinosaurs.