Paddle the Potomac: An Alternative Happy Hour
- Georgetown Waterfront US-29 Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
If you haven't gotten a spot at one of our summer paddles yet, now's your chance! Tickets will be $7, over half off the normal price!
This alternative happy hour will be part paddle, part celebration, and all fun. We're teaming up with Outdoor Afro and hope to see you there!
Come mingle, network, and enjoy the great outdoors. All are welcome, but space is limited. This event is appropriate for all skill levels. Beginners and experts are welcome!
Tickets are on sale now! Get your tickets here >
Be sure to bring a little money with you on the water because our friends at NautiFoods, the city’s first food boat, will be out on the water serving delicious summer treats. Best of all, NautiFoods will be donating a portion of proceeds from the evening to fight for clean water!
This event is sponsored by Outdoor Afro and Potomac Conservancy, and was made possible by a generous donation from Boating in DC at Key Bridge Boathouse. Thank you to our supporters!
You May Also Like
Join leaders from various sectors and engage in three days of of interactive training sessions and thought-provoking dialogue on the topic of environmental justice at the 2018 National Environmental Justice Conference.
Join us at Columbia Island to Act Local and get your hands dirty for clean water!
Get your hands dirty for clean water with us at Gravelly Point! This busy location is in need of some TLC. Join Team Potomac to do your part for our hometown river and local parks!
Wondering what to do on a Wednesday night? Join the Friends of Dyke Marsh to learn about three species of butterflies from Dr. Leslie Reis.
Don't miss out on the annual Green Neighbor Festival hosted by the Hood College Center for Coastal and Watershed Studies!
Mark your calendars because we're throwing a party!
You’re invited to Potomac Conservancy’s annual Take Me To The River Celebration & Benefit on May 17. Join Team Potomac for a unique, insider’s look at DC’s newest waterfront, the District Wharf! This will be the first public event hosted at the Capital Yacht Club. You won't want to miss it!
Join Outdoor Afro and the DC community for the the third annual DC Bike Ride - the region's only closed-road, car-free, recreational bike ride.