Upcoming Events

Join Friends of the Napa River at these upcoming events:

River Connections & Calendar of Events

4th of July! Bring your kayak, canoe or paddle board and join Ohana Wa’a Outrigger Canoe Club to paddle in a 4th of July boat parade starting at 2:00 from the Napa Yacht Club, 100 Riverside Drive. Bring your own boat, or there may be a few spots aboard one of their amazing canoes! Come a little early and decorate your boat or help decorate the Ohana canoes for the 4th.

Napa Valley Wine Yacht and Napa Valley Paddle are both offering 4th of July on-water trips.

5th of July River Clean-up: Join Ohana Wa’a Outrigger Canoe Club for the Napa Ri

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Cali Paddler raffle prize for clean-up particip

ver edition of a Cali Paddler clean-up effort. Bring your Kayak, Canoe or paddle board and meet at the Napa Yacht Club (100 Riverside Drive, Napa) from 4:30-6:00. Friends of the Napa River will be there! Cali Paddler is offering a raffle prize:  you could win for joining in!CalipaddleCleanup

 

 

WILD  Napa Lecture Series: Feed your curiosity about the wild things in our Napa River watershed. Upcoming topics include: July 12, Napa Library: Raptors in Rehab (see flier here: WNapa.Raptors.) Hear from Carol Poole from the Napa Wildlife Rescue about rehabilitating birds of prey. This monthly lecture series about Napa’s wildlife and habitats takes place on the second Wednesday of each month at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs Street, Napa at 7:00 pm. These lectures are free, though donations are invited to help keep the series going. Also look for WILD American Canyon lectures every 3 months at the American Canyon Library. The next topic for WILD Saint Helena will be Mountain Lions with Felidae’s Bay Area Puma Project. Here is the flier WILD Mountain Lions WILD St. Helena began in March with the lecture on Salmon & Trout in the Napa River watershed, followed by Beaver in April and Raptors in Rehab in May. More details soon!

The Environmental Education Coalition of Napa County (EECNC) is hosting a film series. The next movie will be Watermark on Thursday, July 27th at 7pm at the Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center. This movie will knock your socks off and change your perspective on the water we all share on this blue planet of ours! Not to be missed! See the eecnc_film_series flier for more information.

FONR needs volunteer help! Are you interested in helping to: plan events, staff our booth at events, spruce up our website, develop newsletters, coordinate volunteers, lend a hand for river clean-ups? Contact Shari: sg@fonr.org or 707-799-5241 and we will put your skills/interests to work!

Want to help your Napa River, but have no time to spare? Donate with PayPal here


If you have questions about any of these events, contact us: sg@fonr.org or call 707-254-8520. Visit us online at www.fonr.org  to learn more, or to join Friends or renew your membership. Thank you for your support!

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