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Fort Worth, TX
Sunday, May 26th, 2013 at 12:00pm
Bryan Batson (a multi-talented cat whose primary instrument is sax, who also rocks a didgereedoo, flutes of all kinds, some percussion and some stringed things)
and me... wingin' it.
The event starts at noon until 6.
We will play from 1 to 3
and again from 4 to 6
from the website . . .
Suggested Items to bring: (Lawn Chairs, Blankets, Water, Sun Screen,
Umbrellas, Bug Spray.)
GRAND OPENING PARTY
Join us Sunday, May 26th for our official Grand Opening Party. We will celebrate with a day-long (12pm – 6pm.)
FREE General Admission Includes:
Half Price Rentals
Hobie Kayak Demos
Live Music on the grass from Darrin Kobetich & Bryan Batson
Outdoor Games (Horseshoes, Frisbees)
Group Photo will be taken at 4PM.
*If you own a kayak or canoe, we highly recommend bringing it out
to allow others that do not own a boat the ability to rent one.
$25 Paid Admission Includes:
Burgers & Brauts (Food provided by Flying Saucer)
2 Drink Tickets (Beer provided by Martin House Brewing & Flying Saucer)
15% OFF Backwoods Coupon
Free One Hour Kayak & Canoe Rental Voucher
Raffle Entry You Could Win:(Gift Cards & gear from Backwoods
The Backwoods Kayak & Canoe concession is located at Panther Island Pavilion within the Trinity Uptown Neighborhood District at 480 N. Taylor. The concession will be open 7 days a week from 11a.m. to 7p.m through the end of September with fewer operating hours during the winter months. The concession will house eight kayaks, four tandem kayaks and six canoes.You will able to be paddle for more than an hour down the West Fork of the Trinity, or about 30 minutes down the Clear Fork before turning around. We expect to have kayaks in the Trinity through mid October, weather permitting.“It is a real privilege to be chosen for this concession,” Jennifer Mull, chief executive officer of Backwoods, said. “We are thrilled to help shape the future of outdoor recreation in Fort Worth as activity along the Trinity River increases and we look forward to being a part of the city’s future.”