Willamette River Water Trail To Be Dedicated This Saturday

Basically a guideway to the Willamette River between Eugene and Portland, the Willamette River Water Trail will be officially dedicated this Saturday.

The official dedication will be 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Willamette Park in Portland. Activities include: speakers, ribbon cutting, paddling, boat demonstrations, river resources, educational displays, and more.

If you are more interested in the activities than the yada yada:

10 a.m.: Registration & displays open
Paddle/ Boat demonstrations & free canoe launches begin

Noon: Dedication Ceremony (Ted, David Wu, bunch of bureaucrats)

Noon – 3 p.m.: Paddles, displays & boat demos

You can bring your own watercraft or reserve a free canoe.

Canoes and gear will be available for 45 minute time slots each hour from 10am until 2pm.

If you want to reserve a free canoe, contact Willamette Riverkeeper at 503-223-6418 or email them at info@willamette-riverkeeper.org.

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