Lower River Paddle with WRWC Board and Staff :: October 1, 2017 :: 5:00pm Launch
Location: Lower Woonasquatucket River
Enjoy a special paddle on the Woonasquatucket River on Sunday, October 1st. Not only will you get to see Providence from a unique perspective, you will also learn more about the WRWC directly from the Board and Staff, and then we'll all hang out and have drinks and some food after!
You'll hear about some of our programs and major projects like our green infrastructure program, River Rangers, urban park revitalization, Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway and Bike Path expansion, Red Shed Bike Camp, Fish in the Classroom and Environmental Education, Clean Days on the Greenway, and much more.
This special paddle will begin at the landing on South Water Street in Providence and we'll paddle up through Waterplace Park to and past the mall, and then return to the starting point. We'll go right through downtown Providence on this paddle! We have seen red-tailed hawks, great blue herons, and many other birds in this stretch of the river. The complete trip is about 4 miles.
After the paddle, we invite you to be our guest for drinks and appetizers at Hemenway's Restaurant on South Main Street. We'll chat informally about the many projects and programs of the WRWC. And, who knows, maybe you'll want to join our Board or help out on one of our many committees!
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) provides canoes, kayaks, paddles and life jackets, or paddlers can bring their own boats. Contact Paddle Leader, Erik Talley at email@example.com or (401) 481-1376 if you have questions. Advance sign-up is required.
If you are using one of our solo kayaks for this special trip the price is $55/person. Two-person canoes are $35/person ($25/person for extra passengers). If you're bringing your own boat the price is $25/person.
If you are bringing your own boat please remember to bring a life jacket for everyone who will be in your boat.
Space is limited, so sign up today! Advance sign-up is required.
Rain Date: October 8th at 11am
CLEAN DAYS ON THE GREENWAY : Last one this year! :: October 21, 2017 :: 10am - 2pm
Location: Hillside Avenue Bike Path Access
Service Saturday – Hillside Avenue Planting and In-River Clean-up
1 Hillside Avenue, Johnston
Sign up, and we’ll update you!
This fall, help us prepare trees to be transplanted in the spring, seed a new meadow, add new plants, generally clean up this Johnston bike path gateway and maybe even do one more in-water clean-up!
FREE T-shirts and lunch for volunteers!
Tools and gloves will be provided, but bring your own if you've got 'em!
Need more info? Ready to volunteer?
Contact Amanda | 401-861-9046 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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