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Summer Camps put Kids on The River!

2014 Small Craft Summer Campers go Outrigger Canoeing[/caption] PSCC runs three different camps, Small Craft Summer Camp, Introduction to Sailing, and Introduction to Kayak Racing for Youth. Our instructors are regular coaches of and participants in water sports through organizations like the North Bay Rowing Club and Lokahi and He’e Nalu Hawaiian outrigger canoe clubs, or partners of Petaluma Small Craft […]

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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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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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Strokes on the Water: Fabulous 8th Annual Day on the River & 1st Annual Napa River Paddle Day

Thanks one and all for making the 8th Annual Day on the River a fabulous success!  PSCC and Aqus Community hosted Day on the River, from 10-2 on the water and 10-4 on land, with all kinds of human-powered watercraft and music, food, health and wellness activities, and outdoor enjoyment for the whole family. We also thank Foundry Wharf and North […]

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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?