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Sep 9 (Tue), 7:00 pm
Fossil Fuels and Their Impacts... And, What Else To Do
Sep 10 (Wed), 7:30 pm
West Jersey Group General Meeting
Sep 10 (Wed), 7:30 pm
The Dangers of the Pilgrim Pipleline
Sep 12 (Fri), 7:00 pm
Assateague Island Camp and Beach Weekend
Sep 13 (Sat), 10:00 am
Singles Hike - Hamburg Mountain WMA Hike, Hardyston Township
Sep 13 (Sat), 1:00 pm
Chapter Executive Committee meeting
Sep 14 (Sun), 10:00 am
CANCELLED Sierra Silver Singles Trip to Grounds for Sculpture
Sep 15 (Mon), 7:00 pm
PennEast Pipeline Education and Empowerment Forum
Sep 16 (Tue), 7:00 pm
Monthly Singles Dinner in Montclair
Sep 21 (Sun), 10:00 am
Silver Singles Walk at Palisades Interstate Park

Outdoor Outings
-- from The Jersey Sierran

The Sierra Group contributing each outing is shown at the end of the write-up.
Contact Information and Notes.

Consult the Chapter Calendar for a fuller list of all NJ Chapter and Group Activities


JUNE

Jun 5 (Thu):
Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 10am. Enjoy an 8-mile spring paddle on "The Jewel of the Pinelands". Meet at Lake Oswego, Lake Oswego Rd. Bring lunch and water. Boats can be rented from Mick's Pine Barrens Rental (800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 7 (Sat):
Sterling Forest Bare Rock Vista (Rockland Co, NY) 10am Meet at the Visitors' Center. We'll climb to the Sterling Forest Fire Tower then to the Bare Rock Vista for lunch. After lunch, we'll return to the Visitor's Center back down the Bare Rock Trail. See the Sterling Forest website for information and directions: http://nysparks.state.ny.us/parks/74/details.aspx . No pets please. Inclement weather cancels. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@yahoo.com TC map 100

Jun 8 (Sun):
Canoeing/Kayaking Skills Refresher on Lake Oswego (Burlington Co). 9am. ACA Certified Instructors from the Sierra Club will share information about paddling efficiencies, safety practices, rescue techniques and equipment. The refresher is held on Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick's Canoe and Kayak Rental (800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/). Bring lunch, snacks and water. Contact leaders to confirm the event and your participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 14 (Sat):
Sterling Forest and Lake Hike, Tuxedo, NY (Rockland Co). 10am. http://nysparks.com/parks/74/details.aspx The hike will cover 8 miles in 5 hours in hilly terrain. The route will include lookouts on the Sterling Ridge and Sterling Lake. No beginners, no pets. Hiking boots and a day-pack with water required. Bring a lunch. Registration required via web: http://newjersey.sierraclub.org/nj_calendar.asp If you haven't hiked with The Hikist before, include a brief description of your hiking experience with your registration. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register. Leader: Jimi Oleksiak (the_hikist@mac.com)

Jun 14 (Sat):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon/Mercer Cos). 9:30am. Celebrate Flag Day! This is an 8-mile paddle from Frenchtown to Bulls Island. Helmets required for all paddlers; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Bring or buy lunch at the Famous Hot Dog Man's River Restaurant. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 15 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek on Father's Day (Ocean Co). 9am. We're paddling 7 miles from Ore Pond to Dudley Park. Meet at Double Trouble Park Headquarters. Boats can be rented from Cedar Creek Campgrounds (www.cedarcreeknj.com/ or 732-269- 1413). Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 19 (Thu):
Canoe/Kayak the Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 10am. The section we paddle will depend on river conditions. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders for information. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 21 (Sat):
Decorated Boat Parade on the Delaware Canal in Yardley, PA (Bucks Co). 11am-3pm. The Boat Parade and Rubber Duckie Race are fun family events sponsored by Friends of the Delaware Canal. Enter your decorated canoe or kayak - or just enjoy the parade from the towpath. Check the website for more information (www.fodc.org) or contact George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 22 (Sun):
Columbia Trail Bike Ride Sierra Silver Singles (Morris Co). 10am. Join us for a bike trip on the Columbia Trail. We will cover 25 miles and have lunch at the half-way point. Rain cancels. We will meet at the Long Valley end of the trail. To reach the East, or Long Valley end of the trail from I-287, take the exit for US 206-202 North. Bear left to remain on US 206. Turn left onto Rte 24. Follow Rte 24 by turning right onto Schooleys Mountain Road. The trailhead parking lot is on your left. Contact leader for more information: ronpate31@verizon.net.

Jun 22 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River Watershed (Mercer/Burlington Cos). 9am. This is an 18-mile paddle - for experienced distance-paddlers. Helmets required for all paddlers; spray skirts recommended for kayakers. Kayaks must be 12ft or over. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 25 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak the Batsto River (Burlington Co). 9am. The section we paddle will depend on water level. This is a 12+ mile trip for experienced Pines paddlers; expect downfalls and portages. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. Group size limited. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. George & Leona F: 609- 259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jun 28 (Sat):
Canoe/Kayak the Mullica River (Burlington Co). 9am. It's officially summer and the aquatic flowering plants of the NJ Pinelands will be in bloom. This is a 12-mile trip for experienced Pines paddlers; expect downfalls and portages. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. Rentals are not available. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com

JULY

Jul 1 (Tue):
Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. Enjoy a long summer paddle in the cool amber waters of Cedar Creek from Dover Forge to Dudley Park. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip participation and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259- 3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 6 (Sun):
Canoeing/Kayaking Skills Refresher on Lake Oswego (Burlington Co). 9am. ACA Certified Instructors from the Sierra Club will share information about paddling efficiencies, safety practices, rescue techniques and equipment. The refresher is held on Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick's Canoe and Kayak Rental: 800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/ Bring lunch, snacks and water. Contact leaders to confirm the event and your participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 9 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 10am. Our trip is 8 miles from Kingwood to Bulls Island. Paddling helmets required for all participants; spray skirts required for kayakers. On this trip we'll practice eddy turns, ferrying, surfing and throw-bag rescues. Rentals are not available. Bring lunch and water. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 12 (Sat):
Jockey Hollow, Leader's Choice (Morris Co). 10am. 5-mile hike. Leader's choice of trails depending on conditions at Jockey Hollow National Park in Morristown. See http://www.nps.gov/morr/planyourvisit/directions.htm for directions and information. Bring lots of water, a snack, and wear hiking boots. Meet at the Visitors' Center. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@yahoo.com . Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

Jul 12 (Sat):
Bastille Day: Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 10am. Frenchtown's Bastille Date Fete is taking place on July 12th. So, we're paddling 8 miles from Frenchtown to Bulls Island; lunch break at the Hot Dog Man's river "restaurant"; bring or buy lunch. Paddling helmets required for all participants. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required.. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 12 (Sat):
Camp Mohican Hike & Swim, Blairstown (Warren Co). 10am. The hike will cover 8 miles in 5 hours in very hilly terrain. Camp Mohican is in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The web site is http://www.outdoors.org/lodging/mohican/ Facilities: There's a port-a-john at the parking lot for before the hike, and there are flush toilets and indoor changing rooms at the camp. No beginners, no pets. Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch required. Swimmers should bring a swim suit and towel. Registration required via web: http://newjersey.sierraclub.org/nj_calendar.asp. If you haven't hiked with The Hikist before, include a brief description of your hiking experience with your registration. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via e-mail to members who register. Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: the_hikist@mac.com.

Jul 16 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak the N. Branch Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 9am. The NJ Sierra Club appreciates the work of the Burlington County Parks Department for maintaining the 14-mile Canoe Trail from BCCC to Mount Holly. Meet at the Vincentown Diner; arrive early for breakfast. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 20 (Sun):
Turkey Mountain Sierra Silver Singles Hike (Morris Co). 10am. We will hike approximately 3.5 miles over both flat and hilly terrain. Boots recommended. Bring water. Optional lunch to follow. Meet at the Pyramid Mountain Visitor Center parking lot. Any questions, contact the leader, Jay Dibble: 908-289-8813.

Jul 21 (Mon):
Canoe/Kayak the Abbott Marshlands (Burlington/Mercer Cos). 9am. We'll meet at the confluence of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek: Bordentown Beach. During the 8-mile tidal trip we'll explore the Abbott Marshlands and learn about Joseph Bonaparte's residence in Bordentown at Point Breeze. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 23 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak with your Pooch on the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. Fortunato invites his" cousins" and dog lovers as we paddle 10 miles from Hawkin Bridge to Beaver Branch. Canoes and kayaks can be rented from Mick's Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental: 800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Jul 25 (Fri):
Canoe/Kayak the Great Egg Harbor River (Atlantic Co). 8:30am. The Great Egg is the largest canoeing river in the Pinelands and nearly all of this 129-mile river system rests within the Pinelands National Reserve. We're paddling 17 miles from Penny Pot to Lake Lenape. Rentals are not available. Lunch break will be at Palace Restaurant along the river. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

AUGUST

Aug 9 (Sat):
Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 8:30am. Rise and Shine - join us for an early trip before the crowds! We'll paddle 8 miles from Lake Oswego to Harrisville Lake. Meet at Lake Oswego, Lake Oswego Rd. Boats can be rented from Mick's Pine Barrens Canoe/Kayak Rental: 800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/ Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Aug 13 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. Enjoy a long summer paddle in the cool amber waters of Cedar Creek from Dover Forge to Dudley Park. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Aug 17 (Sun):
Watchung Reservation, Mountainside Sierra Silver Singles Hike (Union Co). 10am. We will hike approximately 4 miles at a moderate pace with some ascents and descents. Wear hiking boots, bring water and lunch. Meet at the Trailside Nature and Science Center parking lot on Coles Ave where it intersects New Providence Rd. Leader: Rozanna Fanelli: rfanelli39@hotmail.com

Aug 19 (Tue):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River from Bordentown to Bristol (Burlington/Bucks Cos). 10am. This is a 10-mile tidal trip - from one historic city to another! Bristol is the oldest town in Bucks County and the 3rd largest in PA. Experienced paddlers only; expect power boat traffic and boat wakes. Kayaks must be 12 ft or over; spray skirts recommended. Bring lunch and water. Trip is open to current Sierra Club members only. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Aug 16 (Sat):
Patriots Path Stroll (Morris Co). 10am. Come take an easy stroll on Patriots Path in Morristown. This 5-mile stroll will start out from the Speedwell Lake parking lot: across the street from Historic Speedwell. See the Morris County Parks website (http://www.morrisparks.org/) for directions or put the following address into your preferred map engine: 300 Speedwell Ave, Morristown NJ 07960. Please bring plenty of water and a light snack. Great for beginners. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

Aug 21 (Thu):
Canoe/Kayak the Abbott Marshlands (Burlington/Mercer Cos). 9:30am. We'll meet at the confluence of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek: Bordentown Beach. This is an 8-mile tidal trip to Roebling Park and back. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Aug 23 (Sat):
Pine Meadow Loop in Harriman State Park (Rockland Co, NY). 10am. This will be a moderately-paced hike of about 8-9 miles on some of the most scenic trails in the park. There are some rocky sections and 1-2 hills. Lunch and at least 2 liters of water required. Beginners welcome as long as physically fit and can hike for 5-6 hours (includes lunch and snack stops). Group limit 12, and everyone must preregister to obtain meeting location/directions and confirm there is still room for them. Rain will cancel. Leader: Ellen Blumenkrantz: eblumenkrantz@hotmail.com

Aug 24 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 9am. We're paddling 15 miles from Kingwood Access to Lambertville; lunch break at the Hot Dog Man's River "Restaurant"; bring or buy lunch. Paddling helmets required for all participants. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Aug 27 (Wed):
Canoe/Kayak the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. Our trip will begin at the town of Speedwell: former site of an iron furnace. This is a 13-mile trip for experienced Pines paddlers; expect downfalls and portages. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

SEPTEMBER

Sep 1 (Mon):
Mercer Park Land and Water Cleanup - Sierra Club Water Sentinels and Princeton University SVC (Mercer Co). 9am to 12pm. Lake Mercer was formed by Assunpink Dam #20 and is part of the Delaware River Watershed. Join the NJ Sierra Club and the Princeton University Student Volunteers Council on Labor Day! Help us pick up litter and trash as we enjoy a scenic walk along Lake Mercer and the lovely wooded trails. Or you can bring your kayak/canoe to collect trash on the lake (life jackets must be worn). Bring lunch and water. Trash bags will be provided. For registration contact George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 4 (Thu):
D&R Canal Land and Water Cleanup - Sierra Club Water Sentinels and Princeton University SVC (Mercer Co). 9am-12pm. The Princeton University Student Volunteers Council and the NJ Sierra Club are partnering for their 5th Annual Land and Water cleanup of the D&R Canal as part of the Sierra Club Water Sentinels Program for the Delaware River Watershed. Walk along the canal to pick up litter or bring your canoe/kayak to collect trash in the water. Our cleanup will take place in the Lawrenceville section of the canal; meet at Cherry Tree Lane. Bring lunch and water. Trash bags will be provided. Contact George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 7 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak the Delaware River (Hunterdon Co). 9am. The trip is 15 miles from Kingwood Access to Lambertville. Paddling helmets required for all participants. Bring lunch and beverage. Rentals are not available. Current Sierra Club membership required. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 7-12 or Sept 14-19 (Sun - Fri):
September in Western Maine! Location: Bald Mountain Camps, Oquossoc, ME. This is an historic sporting camp located on pristine Mooselookmeguntic Lake. Many activity options, excellent food and a comfortable warm environment provide relaxation and fun. Internet access available. Outing includes: hiking the AT, guided kayaking or canoeing pristine lakes and rivers with our host and Registered Maine Guide, Steve Philbrick. Log cabins with fireplace, wood, bath, linens, porch, breakfasts and dinners in the lodge dining room, sack lunches for the trail. $1300 per person. For more information contact leader: Judy Norcross: 609-288-6737 or jsnorcross@aol.com (W)

Sep 12 (Fri):
Canoe/Kayak Cedar Creek (Ocean Co). 9am. It's George's b'day paddle!! We'll eat cake and paddle 10 miles from Dover Forge to Dudley Park. Cedar Creek is one of the prettiest Pines streams. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 13 (Sat):
Hamburg Mountain WMA Hike, Hardyston Township (Sussex Co). 10am The hike will cover 7 miles in 4-5 hours in very hilly terrain. http://www.nynjtc.org/park/hamburg-mtn-wildlife-mgt-area Facilities: There are no restroom facilities. No beginners, no pets. Hiking boots and a day-pack with water and lunch required. Registration required via web: http://newjersey.sierraclub.org/nj_calendar.asp If you haven't hiked with The Hikist before, include a brief description of your hiking experience with your registration. Directions for the meeting place will be sent via email to members who register. Leader: Jimi Oleksiak: the_hikist@mac.com.

Sep 13 (Sat):
Norvin Green State Forest (Passaic Co). 10am. Moderately paced hike of 8-9 miles includes several steep ascents/descents on rocky terrain to some great viewpoints. Lunch and at least 2 liters of water required. Group limit 12, and everyone must preregister to obtain meeting location/directions and confirm there is still room for them. Rain will cancel. Leader: Ellen Blumenkrantz: eblumenkrantz@hotmail.com.

Sep 14 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak the N. Branch Rancocas Creek (Burlington Co). 9am. We'll paddle the 14-mile N. Branch Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail from BCCC to Mt. Holly. It's "Arts in the Park Day" at Smithville - so during our lunch break we'll enjoy entertainment on three stages featuring music, dance, theater and storytelling. Meet at the Vincentown Diner - arrive early for breakfast. Contact leaders to confirm trip. Rentals are not available. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 19 (Fri):
Canoe/Kayak the Abbott Marshlands and the Crosswicks Creek (Burlington/Mercer Cos). 9:30am. We'll meet at the confluence of the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek: Bordentown Beach. This is a shuttle-less 14-mile trip with the tide to Groveville and back. Kayaks 12 ft or over are required. Bring lunch and beverage. Rentals are not available. Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259- 3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 20 (Sat):
New Jersey Sierra Club International Coastal Clean Up (Ocean Co). 10am- 12pm. Please hold the date for a NJ beach clean up to help keep our oceans clean! Last year the New Jersey Sierra Club joined thousands of citizens around the world for International Coastal Clean-up Day and we are doing it again this year. Contact Nicole for beach location and cleanup information: nicole.dallara@sierraclub.org

Sep 21 (Sun):
Ross Dock in the Palisades Interstate Park (Bergen Co). Meet by the playground at 10am. Maximum four miles on flat ground, next to the river, at a pace that suits the group. Rain cancels. Please contact leader at blehlwalsh@hotmail.com for questions and to RSVP. Optional meal afterwards.

Sep 21 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak the Tidal Maurice River (Atlantic Co). 9:30am. The Maurice is a nationally recognized Wild and Scenic River and its environment supports a great variety of plant and animal life, including Ospreys and Bald Eagles. We'll paddle 10 miles on the tidal Maurice River. Rentals are not available. Participants must be current Sierra Club members. Contact leaders to confirm trip and meeting location. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 27 (Sat):
Canoe/Kayak the Oswego River (Burlington Co). 10am. We'll paddle the "Jewel of the Pinelands" from Lake Oswego to Harrisville Lake. Meet at Lake Oswego. Boats can be rented from Mick's Pine Barrens Canoe/Kayak Rental: 800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com/ Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

Sep 27 (Sat):
Turtleback Rock, South Mountain Reservation (Essex Co). 10am. 6-mile hike. We will start at Turtleback Rock trailhead. See the Essex County Parks Commission website http://www.essex-countynj.org/p/index.php?section=parks/sites/so for directions. Bring lots of water, and wear hiking boots. We will take the orange trail down to Hemlock Falls and also see the famous Turtleback Rock. Heavy/steady rain cancels. No pets please. Leader: Jeffrey Sovelove: Hiker_Dood@Yahoo.com. Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

Sep 28 (Sun):
Canoe/Kayak with your Pooch on the Wading River (Burlington Co). 9am. Fortunato invites his" cousins" and dog lovers. Boats can be rented from Mick's Pine Barrens Canoe and Kayak Rental: 800-281-1380 or www.mickscanoerental.com Contact leaders to confirm trip and participation. George & Leona F: 609-259-3734 or Leona@pineypaddlers.com (W)

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