What we're about

This group is for adults who want to incorporate more play and adventure in their lives and revive their innate curiosity and sense of wonder.

What we'll do: rendezvous in nature, hike, camp, frolic in gorgeous locales, bike, socialize and mingle, outdoorsy things, star gaze, picnic, unplug and re-connect to nature

Group rules: positive attitude and respect towards other group members

Upcoming events (3)

Tea Time & Homeless Care Packages

Tea Bar NW

Tea Bar: 330pm
Enjoy a beverage and doodle quick notes or sketches to include in care packages

Carpool to donate care packages: 500pm

(As many packages as you’re able to contribute 1-20+, in individual brown bags or plastic bags)

**Care package ideas**
Sandwiches,
Peanut butter and crackers,
Pasta Salad,
Fresh Fruit,
Fresh veggies and hummus,
Water bottles, juice boxes,
Protein bars/ nutrigrain bars,
Apple sauce,
Cheese sticks,
Chips,
Cookies,
Socks,
Body wipes

Food Trucks & Homeless Care Packages

Flourish Plant-Based Kitchen

1pm: Grab a bite to eat at the St Johns Food Trucks and doodle or sketch a quick note to include in care packages

3pm: Carpool to donate care packages:

(As many packages as you’re able to contribute 1-20+, in individual brown bags or plastic bags)


**Care package ideas**
Sandwiches,
Peanut butter and crackers,
Pasta Salad,
Fresh Fruit,
Fresh veggies and hummus,
Water bottles, juice boxes,
Protein bars/ nutrigrain bars,
Apple sauce,
Cheese sticks,
Chips,
Cookies,
Socks,
Body wipes

1 mile Swim across the Columbia River!

Cascade Locks

Organized event: Roy Webster Cross Channel Swim

At dawn on Labor Day each year, a large group of hearty souls jumps in the mighty Columbia River and swims the 1.1-mile stretch across to the Port of Cascade Locks. The Roy Webster Cross-Channel Swim, attracting hundreds of participants from around the world. On the day of the swim, participants board the famous Sternwheeler paddleboat on the south shore of the Columbia at the Sternwheeler dock in Cascade Locks, OR, and are ferried across the river to the Washington shore. When signaled, swimmers jump off the Sternwheeler into the “refreshing” Columbia and head back for Cascade Locks. To help them find their way, a special swim lane lined with volunteers in sailboats, kayaks and paddleboards are there to guide, encourage, and protect swimmers as they cross the channel. This popular event fills up quickly, so be sure to register early!

Get your tickets ($70) and then comment below that you're up for the challenge!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-roy-webster-cross-channel-swim-tickets-72980431435

More details and post-swim celebration will be arranged closer to the event!

Past events (16)

Waterfall hunting & Thunder Island Brewing

Dry Creek Falls

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