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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Annual Big Bend National Park Bus TripAnnual Big Bend National Park Bus TripA description of the 2019 Big Bend trip is online. To read all about the trip, including new hike options, go to this PDF.  The trip is full, but you may inquire about the waitlist.  Our chartered bus leaves Dallas Wednesday night, February 27 and will return before sunrise on Monday, March 4.
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»Annual Big Bend National Park Bus TripAnnual Big Bend National Park Bus TripA description of the 2019 Big Bend trip is online. To read all about the trip, including new hike options, go to this PDF.  The trip is full, but you may inquire about the waitlist.  Our chartered bus leaves Dallas Wednesday night, February 27 and will return before sunrise on Monday, March 4.
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»Day hike in Dallas' Great Trinity ForestDay hike in Dallas' Great Trinity ForestHike about 4 miles in southeast Dallas' Great Trinity Forest.  We will hike the Piedmont Ridge Trail from its trailhead by Gateway Park, continue south to Devon Anderson Park on Eastcliff, and then back north to the Piedmont Ridge Trail trailhead.  This is an easy-moderate hike on natural surface trails.  Afterward is an optional short hike to the Scyene Overlook.  If it rained recently, the trail could be muddy.  Beware of poison ivy!  Bring water and a snack.  No dogs allowed.  Just show up.  No sign-up needed.
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»Annual Big Bend National Park Bus TripAnnual Big Bend National Park Bus TripA description of the 2019 Big Bend trip is online. To read all about the trip, including new hike options, go to this PDF.  The trip is full, but you may inquire about the waitlist.  Our chartered bus leaves Dallas Wednesday night, February 27 and will return before sunrise on Monday, March 4.
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»Annual Big Bend National Park Bus TripAnnual Big Bend National Park Bus TripA description of the 2019 Big Bend trip is online. To read all about the trip, including new hike options, go to this PDF.  The trip is full, but you may inquire about the waitlist.  Our chartered bus leaves Dallas Wednesday night, February 27 and will return before sunrise on Monday, March 4.
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New Moon

»Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingDallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingThe Executive Committee (or Excom) is the elected governing body of the Dallas Sierra Club and meets upstairs at Whole Foods Market, southeast corner of Preston Road and Forest Lane, in Dallas at 6:30 pm. Contact the Dallas Group Chair for more information.
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First Quarter Moon

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»Beginner Backpack Trip In Palo Pinto Mountains State ParkBeginner Backpack Trip In Palo Pinto Mountains State ParkPalo Pinto Mountains State Park is about 70 miles west of Fort Worth in a hilly Cross Timbers area known as the Palo Pinto Mountains.  The 4,000 acre park was acquired by Texas Parks and Wildlife in 2011 and it is expected to become one of the most popular parks in Texas.  But the Texas Legislature has never funded development and the park is not yet open to the public.  This has left the former ranch land about as close to wilderness as you’ll find 2 hours from Dallas!  The Dallas Sierra Club has special permission for a beginner backpack trip in this park-to-be.  It’s likely we’ll be the only people in the park. Several places on this trip will be reserved for those who attend our spring Beginner Backpack Class.  
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»Beginner Backpack Trip In Palo Pinto Mountains State ParkBeginner Backpack Trip In Palo Pinto Mountains State ParkPalo Pinto Mountains State Park is about 70 miles west of Fort Worth in a hilly Cross Timbers area known as the Palo Pinto Mountains.  The 4,000 acre park was acquired by Texas Parks and Wildlife in 2011 and it is expected to become one of the most popular parks in Texas.  But the Texas Legislature has never funded development and the park is not yet open to the public.  This has left the former ranch land about as close to wilderness as you’ll find 2 hours from Dallas!  The Dallas Sierra Club has special permission for a beginner backpack trip in this park-to-be.  It’s likely we’ll be the only people in the park. Several places on this trip will be reserved for those who attend our spring Beginner Backpack Class.  
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»Dallas Sierra Club General MeetingDallas Sierra Club General MeetingNOTE: This is the THIRD Tuesday in March because Brookhaven College is closed for Spring Break on the second Tuesday. Everyone is invited.  Full details are on our home page.
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Full Moon

»Outings Committee MeetingOutings Committee MeetingAn Outings Committee meeting is tentatively set for this third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM at Whole Foods Market, SE quadrant of Preston Road and Forest Lane, Dallas. Come upstairs to the meeting rooms. Anyone interested in outings is welcome. 
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Last Quarter Moon

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