George & Leona's
Friends of the PineyPaddlers Schedule....

 

SEPTEMBER

 

 

Sept 2 (Mon): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River on Labor Day (Hunterdon Co). 10am. We’re paddling 8 miles from Kingwood Access to Bulls Island; lunch break at the Hot Dog Man’s River “Restaurant”; bring or buy lunch. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 5 (Thurs): Mercer Park - Land and Water Cleanup – Sierra Club Water Sentinels and Princeton University Community Action (Mercer Co). 10am - 1pm. Lake Mercer was formed by Assunpink Dam #20 and is part of the Delaware River Watershed. Join the NJ Sierra Club and the Princeton University Community Action team for our 10th Annual Cleanup at Mercer County Park. Help us pick up litter and trash as we enjoy a scenic walk along Lake Mercer and the lovely wooded trails. Or you can bring your kayak/canoe to collect trash on the lake (life jackets must be worn). Bring lunch and water. Bring gloves; trash bags will be provided. Contact leaders to confirm the cleanup: Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com , and Joanne P: 609-443-6992 or jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

Sept 8 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 10am. We’ll paddle 8 miles from Lake Oswego to Harrisville Lake. Meet at Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe/Kayak Rental (609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. It’s the Virgo b’day paddle!! We’ll eat cake and paddle 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park. Cedar Creek is one of the prettiest Pines streams. Boats can be rented from Cedar Creek Campgrounds www.cedarcreeknj.com  or 732-269-1413). Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Turtleback Rock, South Mountain Reservation (Essex Co).  10am. We will start at Turtleback Rock trailhead. See the Essex County Parks Commission website (http://www.essexcountyparks.org/parks/south-mountain-reservation) for directions or Google <Walker Road, West Orange NJ>. Bring lots of water, and wear hiking boots. We will take the orange trail down to Hemlock Falls and also see the famous Turtleback Rock. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 

 

Sept 14 (Sat): Skylands Manor Hike, Ringwood State Park (Passaic Co). 10am.

https://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/ringwood.html.  The hike will cover 7 miles in 4 hours in hilly terrain, moderate to strenuous difficulty.  Note: A second leader will lead a shorter version of the hike, 3-4 miles, moderate to easy  Features: the NJ Botanical Gardens. Choice of a longer or shorter hike. Iigenstein Rock Lookout for the longer hike.  Facilities: there is a restroom building near the parking lot.  Requirements:  hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via web:  start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey,  and click on the  "Skylands Manor Hike", then click on RSVP.  Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.

Leaders: Jimi Oleksiak: The_Hikist@Mac.com and  Mary Walsh: blehlwalsh@hotmail.com.

 

 

Sept 15 (Sun): Walk at Sandy Hook, near Highlands (Middletown/Monmouth Cos). 10am. Late summer at the shore. This walk is mostly in a mixed dwarf forest (just behind the dunes) with lots of holly, juniper, and cedar, all within the National Recreation Area. Mostly flat, a portion (ocean views) is on the sandy ocean beach. Approx. 4 miles, easy pace, bring plenty of water, beginners welcome. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . (JS)

 

 

Sept 19 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak Tuckerton Creek (Ocean Co). 10am. We’ll paddle Tuckerton Creek, weather conditions permitting. This is a tidal trip. Contact leaders for trip details and meeting information: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 21 (Sat): Eagle Rock Reservation Hike (Essex Co). 10 am.  Meet at 9/11 Memorial parking area off Eagle Rock Ave. West Orange. 5 miles at an easy pace.  Pretty view of NYC.  Bring lunch; hiking boots a must. Rain cancels.  Leader:  Ron Pate: ronpate31@verizon.net.

 

 

Sept 23 (Mon): Autumnal Equinox - Canoe/Kayak the Mullica River (Burlington Co). 8:30am. This is a 12-mile trip for experienced Pines paddlers; expect downfalls and portages. Pinelands Preservation Alliance has launched Pinelands Adventures and we’ll use Pinelands Adventures for our shuttle: http://www.pinelandsadventures.org . Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 26 (Thurs): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Mercer Co). 10am. The trip is 10 miles from Kingwood to Bulls Island. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. We’ll stop at the Hot Dog Man’s “River Restaurant”. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip, meeting location and participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Sept 29 (Sun): Canoe/Kayak the Delaware and Raritan Canal on World Rivers Day (Somerset Co). 10am. World Rivers Day is a global celebration of the world's waterways, observed every last Sunday in September. The D&R Canal is a drinking water resource for almost 2 million residents of NJ. Our 7-mile round trip will be on the Griggstown – Blackwells Mills section of the canal. Rentals are available from Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rental. Bring lunch and water. Please register with leaders for details and to confirm the trip. George & Leona F, 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com  (RV)

 

 

OCTOBER

 

 

Oct 1 (Tues): Pinelands Month - Canoe/Kayak the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. Today is the 129th birthday of Yosemite National Park! The section we paddle will depend on river conditions. Canoes and kayaks can be rented from Mick’s Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental 609-726-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Oct 4 (Fri): Guided Hike at Meadow Lakes Arboretum (Mercer Co). 10am. 3-4 mile leisurely walk. Meadow Lakes is an “Accredited Arboretum” and recognized for the exceptional quality and diversity of the trees. A full-time arborist tends the 103 acres and resident Master Gardeners add their own color and creativity. The leafy canopy above, the lovingly tended gardens, the little signposts that reveal the countless variety of trees which include Shagbark Hickory and Weeping European Birch provide an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors at Meadow Lakes. Rain cancels. Bring water and snacks. Option for late lunch in Hightstown. For meeting location please RSVP and put “Sierra” in the subject. Joanne Pannone: 609-443-6992, jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

Oct 5 (Sat): Renaissance Faire in Tuxedo Stroll (Orange Co.)  10am. http://renfair.com/ny/

We will visit the Faire as a group for Celtic Weekend, stroll the grounds and enjoy Celtic music, contests, and children’s games. Contact the leader for details, Carpooling will be organized.

Registration required via Web: Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey, and click on the “Renaissance Faire," then click on RSVP. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register. Leader: Mary Walsh: blehlwalsh@hotmail.com.

 

 

Oct 11 (Fri): Hike Hartshorne Woods, Middletown and Highlands (Monmouth Co). 1:30 pm.  Enjoy river and ocean views, as well as mature woods. 4-5 miles, easy pace, some ups and downs, bring plenty of water, supportive footwear recommended. Optional tour of Battery Lewis after the hike. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . (JS)

 

 

Oct 12 (Sat): Turtleback Rock, South Mountain Reservation (Essex Co).  Meet at 9:45 for a 10am sharp start at the Turtleback Rock trailhead. Google <377 Walker Rd West Orange, NJ 07052> or see https://www.somocon.org/about-the-reservation/directions-to-south-mountain-reservation/ for directions. Bring water and wear hiking boots. We will take the orange trail down to Hemlock Falls and also see the famous Turtleback Rock. Heavy/steady rain cancels. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 

 

Oct 12 (Sat): Black River County Park, Chester (Morris Co).  10am.

 https://www.njhiking.com/best-hikes-in-nj-black-river/  The hike will cover 5.3 miles in 3-4 hours.  Hilly terrain, moderate difficulty.  Features: Black River Gorge rapids and falls, Cooper Gristmill, Kay Environment Center.  Facilities: Port-a-john at the parking lot.  Required: Hiking Boots, Knapsack and water, Bring a lunch.  Registration required via Web:

Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the "Black River Park Hike", then click on RSVP. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.  Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: <The_Hikist@mac.com>.

 

 

Oct 12 (Sat): Pinelands Month - Canoe/Kayak the Batsto River (Burlington Co). 9:30 am. We’ll enjoy a Fall Foliage Pinelands paddle from Quaker Bridge to Batsto Lake. Pinelands Preservation Alliance has launched Pinelands Adventures and rental boats are available as well as private boat shuttling: www.pinelandsadventures.org . Contact leaders to confirm the trip, meeting location and your participation: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Oct 14 (Mon): Hike at the Thompson Park Conservation Area (Middlesex Co). 10am. 4-5 miles, easy pace. On the hike a favorite stop is the “natural spring.” The Park is dominated by heavily wooded forests and lowland swamps along the Manalapan Brook. Meet at the Thompson Park Trailhead near the Off-Leash Dog Area on Fir Drive, Monroe Twp. GPS Coordinates: N 40° 20' 3.753", W 74° 26' 8.556". Rain cancels. Bring water, snacks and lunch. Leashed dogs are welcome. Co-Leaders: Sindhu P: spjersey@gmail.com , and Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (RV)

 

 

Oct 16 (Wed): Richard J. Coffee Mercer County Park Hike (Mercer Co). 10am. 4-5 miles, easy pace. We’ll hike along Mercer Lake and walk the woods trails. Bring beverage, lunch and snacks. Leashed dogs are welcome. Meet at the Parking Lot next to Grandparents Grove. Co-leaders: Leona F: 609-259-3734, Leona@pineypaddlers.com  and Joanne Pannone: 609-443-6992, jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

Oct 19 (Sat): Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch, Keansburg (Monmouth Co). 11am.

We will start with a pot-luck lunch and ice-breaker at 12 and then walk to the Raritan Bay (2 miles round trip) to continue socializing.  Optional beach cleanup (bags provided) and walking/meditation/explanation.  This will be an ongoing series that introduces the Tree of Life and its connection to the environment (plants, colors, and our thought processes).  Location: 12 5th Street, Hazlet Township, 07734  Leader: Elly Faden <efaden1@gmail.com>, 732-639-3593.

Registration required via Web: Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the “Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch," then click on RSVP.

Potluck coordination will be done via email to members who register.

 

 

Oct 20 (Sun): Hike at Peace Valley Park and Lake Galena (Bucks Co, PA). 10am. 4-5 miles, easy pace. Lake Galena is named after the lead-containing ore that was once mined here. In the 1970’s, Bucks County acquired the property and dammed Neshaminy Creek, creating the picturesque 365-acre reservoir that exists today. Peace Valley Park is home to a solar-powered nature center. Dogs on leash are welcome. Bring water and snacks. Option for late lunch at a local restaurant. Inclement weather cancels. Contact leaders to confirm the hike and meeting location: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (C)

 

 

Oct 23 (Wed): Pinelands Month - Canoe/Kayak the Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 10am. The section we paddle will depend on weather conditions. Rental boats are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and details. Option for early breakfast at the Vincentown Diner. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Oct 25 (Fri): Pinelands Month – Guided Hike at Double Trouble State Park/Village (Ocean Co). 10am. 3 miles, easy pace. Originally a cranberry farm and packing plant, the former company town called Double Trouble is a window into past and current industries in the Pinelands. Andrew Anderson, Historic Resource Interpretive Specialist, will be our guide. Read Park history on Faceboook: www.facebook.com/DoubleTroubleStatePark/ . Meet at Double Trouble State Park, Pinewald-Keswick and Double Trouble Rds. Leashed dogs are welcome! Bring lunch and beverage. Heavy rain cancels. Leona and George F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Oct 31 (Thurs): Pinelands Month – Halloween Hike at the Franklin Parker Preserve (Burlington Co). 10am. 5-6 miles, easy pace on the Yellow Trail. This 9400-acre preserve is a keystone piece of land, linking the expanses of Brendan Byrne, Wharton, and Penn State Forests and creating a more contiguous Pinelands National Reserve. Meet at Speedwell entrance off Rte 563, Woodland Township. Leashed dogs are welcome. Bring lunch, snacks and water. Heavy rain cancels. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

 

Nov 3 (Sun): Hike in Duke Farms (Somerset Co). 10am. 4-5 miles, leisurely hike with stops along the way. Duke Farms is a model of environmental stewardship in the 21st century. Meet at the Farm Barn Orientation Center. Arrive early for breakfast - the Farm Barn Café is a Certified Green Restaurant. www.dukefarms.org/. Bring your camera, water and lunch on the hike. Pets are not permitted. Rain cancels. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (RV)

 

 

Nov 6 (Wed): Fall Foliage Hike at Monmouth Battlefield State Park (Monmouth Co). 10am. 4 miles, easy pace. Monmouth Battlefield State Park is the site of one of the largest battles fought during the Revolutionary War on June 28, 1778. Meet at the Visitors Center, 16 Business Rte 33, Manalapan. Bring lunch, snacks and water. Leashed dogs are welcome! Inclement weather cancels. Leona and George F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Nov 9 (Sat): Fall Foliage Hike at Tyler Park (Bucks Co, PA). 10am. 3-4 miles, easy pace. The state park was created from land once owned by the Tyler family, and features several different areas to view the fall colors. Dogs on leash are welcome. Inclement weather cancels. Bring water and snacks. Option for late lunch at Corner Bakery Café in Newtown. Contact leaders to confirm the hike. Meet at Boat House Parking Lot off Swamp. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (C)

 

 

Nov 9 (Sat): Jockey Hollow Leader's Choice (Morris Co).  10am. Meet at the Visitors' Center. Google “Jockey Hollow Visitors Center Morristown NJ” for directions. Leader's choice of trails depending on conditions at Jockey Hollow National Park in Morristown. See http://www.nps.gov/morr/planyourvisit/directions.htm for directions and information. Bring water, a snack, and wear hiking boots. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

 

 

Nov 9 (Sat): Allamuchy State Park Hike, Stanhope (Sussex Co). 10am. 6-7 Miles in 4 hours. Hilly terrain, moderate to strenuous difficulty.

https://www.njparksandforests.org/parks/allamuch.html  Features: Views of Jefferson Lake and Waterloo Lakes, Ranger Loop and Pebble Loop Trails. Facilities: port-a-john at the parking lot.

Requirement: Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via Web:  Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey and click on the “Allamuchy State Park Hike," then click on RSVP. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register.  Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: <The_Hikist@mac.com>.

 

 

Nov 16 (Sat): Hike Allaire State Park, Wall (Monmouth Co).  9:30 am. An early winter walk in this mostly pine forest. About 5 miles, easy pace, some ups and downs, bring plenty of water, supportive footwear recommended. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com . (JS)

 

 

Nov 16 (Sat): Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch, Keansburg (Monmouth Co). 11am.  We will start with a pot-luck lunch and ice-breaker at Noon and then walk to the Raritan Bay (2 miles round trip) to continue socializing.  Optional beach cleanup (bags provided) and walking meditation explanation.  This will be an ongoing series that introduces the Tree of Life and its connection to the environment (plants, colors, and our thought processes).  Location: 12 5th St, Hazlet Township, 07734.  Leader: Elly Faden: <efaden1@gmail.com> or 732-639-3593. Registration required via Web: Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the “Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch," then click on RSVP.  Potluck coordination will be done via email to members who register.

 

 

Nov 20 (Wed): Hike at the Thompson Park Conservation Area (Middlesex Co). 10am. 4-5 miles, easy pace. On the hike a favorite stop is the “natural spring”. The Park is dominated by heavily wooded forests and lowland swamps along the Manalapan Brook. Meet at the Thompson Park Trailhead near the Off-Leash Dog Area on Fir Drive, Monroe Twp. GPS Coordinates: N 40° 20' 3.753", W 74° 26' 8.556". Rain cancels. Bring water, snacks and lunch. Leashed dogs are welcome. Co-Leaders: Sindhu P: spjersey@gmail.com , and Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (RV)

 

 

Nov 30 (Sat): Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters Walk (New York City). 11am. We will take public transportation to this wonderful garden and museum. Meet at the subway stop and walk for a total of about four miles throughout the day. Lunch is available at the café in the museum. Entrance fee is $17 for seniors, $25 for people under 62.  Registration required via Web:

Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey, and click on the “Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters Walk," then click on RSVP. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register. Leader: Mary Walsh: blehlwalsh@hotmail.com.

 

 

 

DECEMBER

 

 

 

Dec 1 (Sun): Hike at Duke Island Park (Somerset Co.) 10am. 4-5 miles, easy pace. Let’s burn some of those Thanksgiving calories! Duke Island Park includes trails, which are part of the Raritan River Greenway. We’ll meet at the Visitors Center which is located near the main parking area, and houses the Park Ranger office and the rest room facilities: Old York Rd, Bridgewater. Inclement weather cancels. Bring snacks, water and lunch. Leashed dogs are welcome. Co-Leaders: Sindhu P: spjersey@gmail.com, and Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (RV)

 

 

Dec 8 (Sun): Hike Cheesequake State Park, Old Bridge (Middlesex Co). 10am. We'll explore the extensive marsh on a boardwalk, as well as the adjoining woods. 4-5 miles, easy pace, some ups and downs, bring plenty of water, supportive footwear recommended. Contact leader to register and learn meeting place: John.Luard@gmail.com. (JS)

 

 

Dec 8 (Sun): Whitesbog Village Fall Hike (Burlington Co). 10am. 5 miles, easy pace on sandy trails. Join us for Whitesbog’s celebration of the holidays as they welcome visitors to explore the many historic buildings of Whitesbog! Handmade Arts & Crafts exhibitors will be spread throughout the village, kid crafts in the art gallery, a candy cane hunt and a special visit from you know who! Wagon rides into the bogs, hot cocoa and warm apple cider, live music and even more! Loads of fun for the entire family! Last December the Tundra Swans were on the bogs. Bring lunch and beverage. Leashed dogs are welcome. Directions and information: www.whitesbog.org. Leaders: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Dec 11 (Wed): Hike at Jakes Branch County Park (Ocean Co). 10am. 4 miles, easy pace. Jakes Branch has a nature center with hands-on exhibits and an observation deck that offers a 360 deg. view of the Pinelands. Leashed dogs are welcome. Meet at Jakes Branch Park, 1100 Double Trouble Rd, Beechwood. Option for late lunch at Shady Rest Restaurant. Leaders: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)

 

 

Dec 14 (Sat): Watchung Reservation, Mountainside (Union Co). 10am. http://ucnj.org/parks-recreation/paths-trails-greenways/watchung-reservation-2/. 7 miles in 3-4 hours in hilly terrain,  moderate difficulty.  Features: Nature & Science Center, Deserted Village of Feltville, Seely’s Pond, Sierra Trail.  Facilities: There is a heated restroom building during the hike.  Requirements:  Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch.  Registration required via web: Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey and click on the “ Watchung Reservation Hike," then click on RSVP.  Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register. Leader: Jimi Oleksiak <The_Hikist@Mac.com>.

 

 

Dec 18 (Wed): Hike Historic Smithville and Tour Smithville Mansion (Burlington Co). 10am. 4 miles, easy pace. After the hike we’ll tour the Mansion decorated for a “Christmas Around The World” theme (small fee), by local garden clubs. Details at www.smithvillemansion.org/. Option for late lunch at Vincentown Diner. Meet at Smith's Woods at Historic Smithville Park, East Railroad Ave, Easthampton. Leashed dogs are welcome. Co-leaders: Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com, and Joanne Pannone: 609-443-6992 or jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

Dec 21 (Sat): Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch, Keansburg (Monmouth Co). 11am.

We will start with a pot-luck lunch and ice-breaker at Noon and then walk to the Raritan Bay (2 miles round trip) to continue socializing.  Optional beach cleanup (bags provided) and walking meditation explanation.  This will be an ongoing series that introduces the Tree of Life and its connection to the environment (plants, colors, and our thought processes).  Location: 12 5th St, Hazlet Township, 07734.  Leader: Elly Faden <efaden1@gmail.com> or 732-639-3593.

Registration required via Web: Start with the calendar at https://www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey  and click on the “Raritan Bay Hike and Potluck Lunch," then click on RSVP.

Potluck coordination will be done via email to members who register.

 

 

Dec 21 (Sat): D&R Canal Hike on The First Day of Winter (Burlington/Mercer Cos). 10am. 5 miles, easy pace. It’s the first day of winter – let’s take a walk on the towpath from Bordentown to Trenton. Leashed dogs are welcome! Meet at the RiverLine parking lot in Bordentown City. Option for late lunch at Heart of Bordentown (HOB) Tavern. Inclement weather cancels. Leona and George F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com . (C)

 

 

Dec 26 – Dec 31: Patriots Week in Trenton - History of the American Revolution in NJ (Mercer Co). Learn about the American Revolution during Patriots Week. Every day of the week offers fun and history for the entire family. See the First and Second Battles of Trenton Reenacted and participate in Walking Tours of the Trenton Battlefields. Check website for events: www.patriotsweek.com. Contact us to meet for various events: Leona F: leona@pineypaddlers.com , and Joanne P: jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com . (C)

 

 

 

JANUARY

 

 

Jan 1 (Wed): New Year’s Day Paddle on the Wading River (Burlington Co). 10am. Ring in the New Year with the NJ Sierra Club. The section we paddle will depend on river conditions. Enjoy a tailgate get together after the trip. Bring something to share. Experienced cold weather paddlers only. Contact leaders to confirm trip and details: George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com . (W)