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SCAPPOOSE BAY PADDLE FEST

When: Saturday June 13 - Sunday June 14
Where: Scappoose Bay Paddling Center 

We at Next Adventure and the Scappoose Bay Paddling Center are excited to announce the second annual Scappoose Bay Paddlefest! There will be a wide variety of on and off-water entertainment all weekend long including instructional clinics from industry professionals, dozens of demo kayaks & SUPs, fun activities for the kids, live music, great food, and you know we’d never forget the beer garden! Company reps will be in attendance offering expert advice for curious buyers and there will be storewide discounts and huge savings all weekend long.

Admission is $15 or $10 when you donate 2 cans of food. Paddlefest is a benefit for the Columbia Pacific Food Bank.

Swing by Saturday or Sunday (June 13th or 14th) and hop in a boat, learn some new paddling tricks, or boogy down with a beer to some live music. Either way, celebrate summer how Next Adventure does: with a party.

See you on the water!
 
2015 CLOSURES
 

 

Thursday, January 1 - New Year's Day
Monday, January 19 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, February 16 - President's Day
Monday, May 25 - Memorial Day
Monday, September 7 - Labor Day
Wednesday, November 11 - Veteran's Day
Thursday, November 26 - Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, December 24 - Christmas Day
Tuesday, December 29 - Inventory/Maintenance
Wednesday, December 30 - Inventory/Maintenance
Thursday, December 31 - Inventory/Maintenance

 


Our Vision: To end hunger in Columbia County.
 
Our Mission: To alleviate hunger by creating access to healthy food and resources.
 
Our Tag Line: Because no one should go hungry.
 

Columbia Pacific Food Bank

The Columbia Pacific Food Bank is the regional food bank for Columbia County. We also operate the Barbara Bullis H.E.L.P. food pantry in St. Helens. We deliver food to 20 food pantries and meal programs throughout Columbia County.










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