Enjoy a summer morning by kayaking the Tualatin River
Last year was the ACC's inaugural 50+ kayak trip. It was a gorgeous morning on the Willamette River and was so much fun. This year we decided to mix it up a bit and try the Tualatin River by meeting up at Brown's Ferry Park. Brown's Ferry Park is a quiet nature park at 5855 SW Nyberg Lane, with great bird watching opportunities. This trip is open to anyone and everyone, with or without experience. The experts of Alder Creek guide the trip; they also provide the kayak rentals, which is included in your fee. Kayaking is a fun and easy way to enjoy the river. The trip is Tuesday, Sept. 8; it starts at 8:30 a.m. and concludes around 11 a.m. We meet at Brown's Ferry Park, all kayaks, life vest and gear will be provided along with a few safety tips and a briefing on technique. The fee is $73 for residents and $92 for non-residents to enjoy paddling up and down the Tualatin River. Again, no experience is necessary, register on-line through Parks and Recreation at www.loparks.org or call the ACC at 503-635-3758.
At this time, we are not able to host lunch in the dining room. We are offering Meals on Wheels to those that qualify and lunch to go for pick up. For more information on either option, please call the center. Lunch this week is as follows, Friday Sept. 4 – cheeseburger, Monday, Sept. 7 – NO MEALS, Labor Day, Wednesday, Sept. 9 – Bavarian beef stew. The cost of the meals is a suggested donation of $4 for those 60 and over and a $5 fee for everyone else. The lunch menu is subject to change without notice due to COVID-19. The LOACC is located at 505 G Ave., Lake Oswego, 97034. A list of activities and support groups can be found on our website, loacc.info, using the menu found on the left side of the website, click on "Activities" and "Services" for more details. Call 503-635-3758 to register for classes, events or to make lunch reservations.
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