Petaluma Water Ways Tours 2012
Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 9:00 AM
Are you interested in the future of Petaluma River access . . . both on land and on the water?
Join river access evangelist Susan Starbird in a two-hour tour highlighting several critical central-city access spots along Petaluma Water Ways (petalumawaterways.org).
Time permitting, walkers will cover up to three leisurely miles. RSVP for the meeting place.
The tour is free but a donation is welcome and encouraged to help support this and other community programs of the Petaluma Small Craft Center. Reservations are required, as THE TOUR WILL CANCEL WITHOUT MINIMUM PARTICIPATION. Walkers should wear sturdy shoes, dress for weather, and carry a beverage.
Petaluma Water Ways is a vision for recreation, health, and the environment based on Petaluma’s 1996 River Access and Enhancement Plan. It includes 7.5 miles of waterfront trails connecting to regional trail systems, multiple launch spots for human-powered watercraft, a community boathouse, small craft rental center, river overlooks, and other features. It links together existing landmarks along the city’s waterfront such as the Turning Basin Trestle, David Yearsley River Heritage Center, Marina, and Shollenberger Park.
The tour is a project of the Petaluma Small Craft Center and with sufficient interest the series will continue. The Petaluma Small Craft Center (PSC3.org) is dedicated to river access for human-powered small craft, the construction of a public, dock-based rental center and, ultimately, a public boathouse in Petaluma. For more information email email@example.com or call 707 778 7277.
See a preview at http://petaluma.patch.com/articles/instilling-a-love-of-the-river. If you are interested but unable to participate on these dates, please email the organizer to be notified of the next tour.
A mini-tour is viewable at http://petaluma.patch.com/articles/instilling-a-love-of-the-river.
When & Where
Petaluma Small Craft Center
The Petaluma Small Craft Center (PSC3.org) is dedicated to river access for human-powered small craft, the construction of a public, dock-based rental center and, ultimately, a public boathouse in Petaluma.