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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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»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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»Dallas Sierra Club General MeetingDallas Sierra Club General MeetingCharles Kruvand will share scenic photographs and engaging stories from his latest book: Riverwoods: Exploring the Wild Neches.  Everyone is invited.  Full details are on our home page now.
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Full Moon

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»Suburban Walk: Breckenridge Park, Richardson TexasSuburban Walk: Breckenridge Park, Richardson TexasJoin me for a walk through one of Richardson's most scenic parks. We'll walk on a winding paved path for 4-5 miles and talk about all of the fall hiking we'll do in just a month or so. This hike is dog friendly as long as your pooch is on a leash and is friendly. We'll walk around a pretty lake, a small stand of cottonwood trees, ID local plants as we go, and also learn about the "trashy" origin of Breckenridge Park. The hike is mainly out in the open so a hat and sunscreen are advised. Bring a litter of water. We start walking at 8:00 am and we will be back to the cars by noon. Limit 10 people. Optional lunch afterwards. 
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»Climate Change WalkClimate Change Walk9-11AM. A two-mile narrated tour of downtown describing what has changed and what we expect to change in Dallas because of the climate. Reserve your spot in the hike here.
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»Outings Committee MeetingOutings Committee MeetingAt 6:30 on Wednesday, September 18 the Outings Committee will meet for the first time since June. We'll review what went well and where we could improve the Labor Day weekend outing to the Pecos Wilderness. We'll prep for the October outing to Beavers Bend, resolve lingering items about the Big Bend National Park trip that require attention and brainstorm ideas for big outings in 2020. Tentative location: Whole Foods Market, Preston at Forest, Dallas, upstairs in Community Rooms 1 and 2.
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»North Texas Giving Day - Help Your Dallas Sierra Club!North Texas Giving Day - Help Your Dallas Sierra Club!Donations made between 6:00 AM and Midnight on September 14, 2017, at https://northtexasgivingday.org/npo/sierra-club-foundation-fiscal-sponsor-for-dallas-sierra-club will be matched by Communities Foundation of Texas. You can submit a donation prior to September 19 to be automatically charged on the 19th.
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Last Quarter Moon

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»Climate Change Walk; Global Climate StrikeClimate Change Walk; Global Climate Strike5:30-7:30PM. A two-mile narrated tour of downtown describing what has changed and what we expect to change in Dallas because of the climate. Reserve your spot in the hike here.
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New Moon

»Climate Change WalkClimate Change Walk9-11AM. A two-mile narrated tour of downtown describing what has changed and what we expect to change in Dallas because of the climate. Reserve your spot in the hike here.
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