Calendar of Events

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Flint Riverkeeper is active throughout the watershed.

Join us at the following events:

Saturday and Sunday, May 8/9: Annual Mother’s Day and Shoal Lily Paddle 

Our annual Mother’s Day paddle to view the shoal spider lily is back! This year, two trips will be offered so paddlers can choose the length of trip and technicality of waters they are comfortable with. FRk members can attend for free but must register and there will be a $10 charge for rented equipment. Non-members are welcome to join the trip for $45 and an additional $10 charge for rented equipment.

For more information click here.

 

Friday, May 21, 2021: Adopt-A-Stream Volunteer Training

A full day of training to become an Adopt-A-Stream Volunteer.

To register and for information email robert@flintriverkeeper.org.

Training will take place in Peachtree City. More information coming.

 

 

 

 

Saturday, June 12, 2021: Knobby Knees Music Festival

Knobby Knees Music Festival is back. This festival celebrates the watershed, local musicians, and helps raise funds to protect the Flint River.

7 bands, food, fun and much more.

General tickets $20

For sponsorship info contact henry@flintriverkeeper.org

Stay Tuned.

 

Saturday, July 17, 2021: Paddle Trip in Albany

 

Half day paddle lead by Emeritus Board Member and past President, David Dixon.

It will explore water treatment in the city of Albany, an old shipwreck and more.

More information coming soon.

Friday, August 20, 2021: Adopt-A-Stream Volunteer Training

A full day of training to become an Adopt-A-Stream Volunteer.

To register and for information email robert@flintriverkeeper.org.

Training will take place in Albany.

More information coming.

 

Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10 2021: Fall Float on the Flint

 

 36 miles of  paddling and two nights of on-river camping at Rocky Bend Flint River   Retreat.

 For more information about the paddle click here.

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