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Bayou City Outdoors InfoSocial
at Stag’s Head – Featuring Kayaking
BCO takes our monthly InfoSocial a stroke further this month – not only can you visit with friends, learn more about BCO, and meet Event Leaders -- this month you can learn about Kayaking from our experts. Some of our BCO kayakers are even Olympians and at the top of their game. Most of us just love to paddle! Learn why this sport turns an average paddler into an obsessive!
Bayou City Outdoors members love to paddle. From day trips to out of country experiences, surf paddling to kayak polo, you’ll meet a group that gets out on the water!
Did you know the Buffalo Bayou Regatta is coming up in March? Why not come out to our InfoSocial and learn a little bit more about kayaking in Houston and the event itself? Bring your questions – because we’ll have answers. Our experts will include ACA certified instructors, long-time whitewater paddlers, touring paddlers, safety instructors, recreational paddlers – all coming together to answer your questions.
We have the private room blocked off for our kayaking experts from 7:00 to 8:00pm. You can ask questions in small, break-out groups. Find out more about equipment and kayaking terms.
Get out, get active and get social! Join us to learn more about how you can get outdoors and find your own cache of adventure! Meet us at Stag’s Head Pub to begin your adventure. Don’t forget that Stag’s Head has a great Happy Hour with $5 pizzas! With 85 to 100 events a month - from kayaking to camping, biking to hiking, concerts to wine-tastings - we never run out of things to do or friends to meet!
When & Where
Bayou City Outdoors
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Typically most BCO events are for adults. But, we do love kids. If you believe your child is capable of keeping up with the group, no problem. AND if this is a bike ride they MUST wear a helmet. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We add parking details to the Event descriptions.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
If the temperature is above 80 or it very clearly says "No Dogs" then please don't bring your dog. We LOVE dogs and only make this rule if we feel there could be a safety concern (for the dogs of course:).
BIKE: If it is a bike ride: Bring a helmet or borrow one from us. Helmets are the single most important piece of gear you can have on a bike ride. Anyway, any time you are wearing a helmet you must be having fun!
Bring water. Frequently our events are in the woods or out of the way. Water is important.
HIKE: If it is a hiking event wear comfortable shoes. Athletic shoes, hiking boots, running shoes, just be sure your feet will be happy.
SOCIAL: If it is a social event? Wear whatever YOU feel comfortable in. We are an eclectic mix of people with all types of interests and jobs. People will come straight from work in a suit or jeans, straight from running or working out, and some of us even come cleaned up straight from the shower! (and everything in between)
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Printed ticket or download the EventBright app and bring it on your phone.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds up until 48 hours before. Or, better yet, get some goodwill by sharing your ticket with a friend. They will love you even more after all the fun they had at the BCO event!
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes - see love & friendship above!