All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘floathouse’

How to use your Fools for The River Ticket

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“Launching A River Legacy” Capital Campaign

We are launching a river legacy! Over $240,000 of the $1,000,000 project goal has been committed by individuals, businesses, foundations and other public agencies to build The Floathouse. Included in our project are 120 feet of dock, the 20×20 Floathouse office, a public restroom and the widest variety of rental craft in the area. We hope to drive 8 pilings, which have […]

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9th Annual Day on The River Great Success!

We held the 9th Annual Day on The River in the turning basin so we could all see how nice it will be when The Floathouse (boat and board rental center) floats there, making “every day a day on the river”. Hundreds joined us. In multiple types of watercraft, people young and old, experienced and otherwise, all plied the waterway, […]

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Inspiration: The Rowing Dock, Austin, TX

Greg Sabourin, PSCC’s executive director, recently visited The Rowing Dock, in Austin, TX. Located on the southern shores of Austin’s Town Lake, formed by a dammed section of the river, this body of water has a pedestrian and cycling path and several parks. Built on docks, this operation is a model for PSCC’s Floathouse. In an effort to make The […]

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April Fool’s Progressive Foodie Party by The River

On one glorious day, you can visit The Floathouse’s soon-to-be neighbors, in River Plaza, Downtown, or the Southern Reach, getting one treat each at four of the thirteen participating cafes, restaurants, bars, breweries, and even a portworks, a sushi bar and an ice cream parlor. These generous local businesses support PSCC’s efforts to provide river access for all from The Floathouse, […]

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Who benefits from river access?

Wanderers, voters, birders, swimmers (sometimes unintentionally!) Cyclists, community leaders, water contemplators, kids! Picnickers, collegiate competitors, friends, mud-lovers, tide observers. Rowers, ecologists & biologists, canoeists, businesspeople. Hikers, fishermen and women, homeowners, kayakers, environmental advocates, fitness enthusiasts. Naturalists, coaches, photographers… and what about you?