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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Pecos Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
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»Pecos Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
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»Pecos Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
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»Pecos Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
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»Pecos Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico
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Full Moon

»Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee Meeting
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»ETP Pipeline Protest Rally
»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
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»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
»National Drive Electric Week
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»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
»National Drive Electric Week
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»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
»National Drive Electric Week
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»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
»National Drive Electric Week
»Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting
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Last Quarter Moon

»North Texas Giving Day - Expanded!
»National Drive Electric Week
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»National Drive Electric Week
»Mighty Earth Campaign Action Meeting
»North Texas Giving Day - Give to the Dallas Sierra Club
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»National Drive Electric Week
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»Trail Maintenance at Cedar Ridge Preserve
»Dallas Sierra Club Picnic
»Red River Canoe Trip
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»Red River Canoe Trip
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»Clean it Up, Tyson - Campaign Kickoff Meeting
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New Moon

»Outings Committee Meeting
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»Urban Bike Trails TriangleUrban Bike Trails TriangleMeet at R Taco (formerly Rusty Taco), NE corner of Greenville Ave. and University Blvd., Dallas. Park there if you arrive in time for breakfast.  Let’s leave Rusty Taco at 9 AM. We’ll bike to White Rock Lake via the Ridgewood Trail, then head south along the lake to the Santa Fe Trail. Riding the SF Trail, we’ll emerge in Deep Ellum, where it’ll be time for a caffeine break (Café Brazil?). Then we'll continue through Downtown Dallas (ultra-light traffic on weekends) to the Katy Trail and ride the Katy north to our starting point. The whole triangular trip is 18 miles. Plan on two hours plus the stop in Deep Ellum. Bring your own bicycle.  You must wear a helmet.  This is an opportunity to experience several popular urban bike trails. You may show up unannounced at Rusty Taco, but I’d appreciate a reply to tell me you’ll be there. Only people who reply with an email address will be alerted of cancelation or other changes.  
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First Quarter Moon

»Wilderness Navigation Class--Part 1Wilderness Navigation Class--Part 1Don't miss out! Join us for this outstanding, bi-annual two-night class to help you navigate in the backcountry with map and compass. Part 1 is Wednesday night at 6:30. Part 2 is Thursday night at 6:30. Both sessions are upstairs at the Whole Foods Market, SE quadrant of Preston Road and Forest Lane. The fee for the two-night class is $35 for Sierra Club members, $40 for non-members. An optional field lab for class participants will be set on Saturday or Sunday.  Pay in advance by clicking here or pay at the door. Bring a compass if you have one. If not, we'll have an extra you can use and we'll advise what to look for when you buy your own. Both sessions will run until approximately 9:00.
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»Wilderness Navigation Class--Part 2Wilderness Navigation Class--Part 2Join us for this second night of a two-part class that begins Wednesday, Sept. 27. Both sessions are at Whole Foods Market, Preston Road at Forest Lane. See above for details and link to pay online.  
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»Cedar Ridge Preserve DayhikeCedar Ridge Preserve DayhikeJoin us for a great time at one of the best dayhike places in the area. We will meet at the parking lot at 9 AM and hike about 6 miles (2 to 2.5 hours). Afterward, we plan to have lunch at a restaurant nearby. The Preserve is a not-for-profit natural habitat of 633 acres featuring 10 miles of hiking trails, a native plant nursery and butterfly gardens. Find your way to IH 20 in Dallas, just east of Grand Prairie and take exit 458 for Mountain Creek Parkway. Go south for a few miles and you will see the entrance to the Preserve on your right.
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