Beer and Barbecue Join Forces for Good Cause
What's a summer in Atlanta without parties?! Our friends at SweetWater Brewing Company and Canoe have the answer.
For another year, the duo is coming together for the End-of-Summer BBQ. There will be tasty barbecue, SweetWater beer live music, and the best part -- it all benefits Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK).
Secure your spot for all the fun!
When: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m., Aug. 9, 2014
Cost: $30 (This includes food, drinks, a one-year membership to CRK, as well as a donation to the charity.)
For details and registration, click here.
River Discovery Series: Registration Open for Aug. 10 and Aug. 16
Registration for River Discovery Series is open for our final two segements.
We will be paddling on Aug. 10 and Aug. 16, and we would love for the community to join us.
-- Our Aug. 10 trip is replacing our previously rained-out trip in July. The sunset paddle will be 9 miles, from Jones Bridge to Island Ford.
-- On Aug 16, the trip is 7 miles -- the shortest of the three trips, and it will extend from Johnson Ferry to Paces Mill. It is also a sunset paddle.
For price and additional details, visit our website.
Last Chance: Save the Hooch in Final Weeks
SweetWater Brewing Company's Save the Hooch campaign is in its final weeks! And, that means you still have great opportunities to support the campaign, and enough clean water!
Purchase an upper box ticket to an upcoming Braves game, and receive a Braves/SweetWater Save the Hooch T-shirt. With each package purchased, the Braves will donate $8 to Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
Check our calendar, as well as our Save the Hooch campaign page to stay updated on events in an area near you.
To learn more about SweetWater's campaign, click here.
20th Anniversary Gala Planned for Oct. 14
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a gala benefit on Oct. 14. The event is co-chaired by Shearon and Taylor Glover and Jim and Sarah Kennedy.
A reception at 6 p.m. will be followed by dinner at 7 p.m. and an inspirational program that will look back at the past two decades of CRK accomplishments and partnerships.
We also will be saluting Sally Bethea, our founding director and riverkeeper, prior to her retirement at the end of this year.
For information on tickets, sponsors and more, check our website.