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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

April Meeting
We will have a guest speaker from Birmingham Audubon (Mobile Office for the Coastal Program).  She will educate on their local programs and how we can volunteer to help.  MBCKC member, Jared, will do a mini-slideshow presentation on the trip he just led on the Sepulga River.  See you at 7pm Tuesday, April 3rd!

March Meeting
On March 6th, we will have our Annual Paddling Movie Night in the Tensaw Theater of Five Rivers Delta Resource Center.  Once again, the Sierra Club will be joining us in hosting this event.  Refreshments will be served starting 6pm and the program will begin at 6:30pm.  

The Mobile Bay Canoe & Kayak Club and The Mobile Bay Sierra Club are proud to present the third annual “A Night of Paddling Films”.  The purpose of A Night of Paddling Films is to share our love of paddling and the outdoors, to inspire people to get out and explore waterways both local and afar, and to encourage others to appreciate the wild places and the heritage and culture associated with those places.  We are excited to announce that our feature film is Rediscovering North America


6:00 -6:25           Refreshments provided by Mobile Bay Sierra Club

6:30 – 7:30          Three different award-winning short films

7:30-7:45            Intermission / Refreshments

7:45 – 8:30         Feature Film:  Rediscovering North America -  A journey from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean.  6 Friends, 9 Months, 10 States, 5 Provinces, 11 Rivers, 5200 Miles, One Continent.   Completed in 240 days

April 5-8 Paddle Bayou Lafourche  - for more info:

April 21st  - 8th Annual Great Drift
When:  April 21st - 1:00 pm launch
Where:  Dog River Scenic Blueway, Perch Creek East Landing

 The canoe and kayak paddle will begin and end at the newly established Perch Creek East launch site inside McNally Park located at 4380 Park Road off Dauphin Island Parkway near the tip of the Peninsula. The site offers plenty of parking.

The route takes paddlers through serene areas of one of the watershed’s cleanest streams. Bring your own canoe, kayak or SUP (no motorized vessels) or rent from Sunshine Canoes (251-367-4144). Reserve early. On-site help available beginning at noon.

Participants are encouraged to attend the annual Post Drift Party held immediately following the event at the River Shack Restaurant and Oyster Bar at the mouth of Dog River – only a quick 2 mile drive south. Again this year, the River Shack will provide DISCOUNTED FOOD for registered paddlers presenting required coupon. The Dog River Scenic Blueway string of six (6) launch sites inside the Dog River Watershed. The DRSBW is a National Scenic Recreational Water Trail and part of the Alabama Scenic River Trail System’s Coastal Trail.

April 28th - 5th Annual Chickasha Bogue Paddle - 
For tickets and Info:

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May 19 - 20 - Hatchet Creek Festival in Rockford, AL
Hatchet Creek Festival is a two day float trip held once every year on or around Memorial Day on Hatchet Creek in Coosa County, Alabama.  (save the date, registration will open soon.  Will post more info as available)
May 26th - Guided Canoe Trip to the Cahaba Lilies