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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.


March, 2024

Saturday
2
San Marcos River Retreat
8:00 AM
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The cleanup involves picking up trash along most of the San Marcos River (approximately 60 miles). Choose a Section to pick up trash. With everyone‘s help all 60 miles gets cleaned in one day. For your effort, and if you contact your section leader, you are provided with a T-shirt, one night camping, and one great meal.
Sunday
3
San Marcos River Retreat
8:00 AM
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The cleanup involves picking up trash along most of the San Marcos River (approximately 60 miles). Choose a Section to pick up trash. With everyone‘s help all 60 miles gets cleaned in one day. For your effort, and if you contact your section leader, you are provided with a T-shirt, one night camping, and one great meal.
Saturday
9
Bay Area Park and Dog Park
9:00 AM
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Out and Back. See osprey, egrets, turtles, alligators, wild hogs.
Wednesday
13
Bayland Community Center
7:00 PM
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Meeting in person and by Zoom Must register to receive Zoom Link
Friday
15
Glenwood Cemetery River Access
10:00 AM
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This is a PLACEHOLDER. The actual event will take place a day or two after a rain sufficient to raise the Caddo Gap gage to 9‘ or more - we need 7‘ at time to launch. This will be a slightly longer paddle than usual - about 17 miles. BRING: PFD, Kayak, Paddle, Sprayskirt, Sunglasses with retainer, Hat, Splash Jacket, Lunch - water - snack, Extra clothes and a towel in dry bag POTENTIAL HAZARDS: Sweepers, Strainers and Hypothermia (water is pretty cold if you get in it all the way). Cottonmouths and copperheads should be too cold to be a serious threat unless provoked (your own damn fault) or we get an unseasonably warm day.
Saturday
23
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Be part of the 52nd BBP Regatta! The largest canoe and kayak race in Texas is along Buffalo Bayou.

Start is at San Felip and Voss (yes, that is Right) and ends at the party going on at Allen’s Landing (1001 Commerce Street at Main Street).
Saturday
23
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The River, Lakes, Bays ‘N Bayous Trash Bash® will celebrate the 30th annual cleanup of our Galveston Bay watershed on Saturday March 23, 2024!

?Trash Bash® is the largest, single-day waterway cleanup in Texas. Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors who continue to join us to "Clean It Like You Mean It !"®