Huron River Day, Sunday, May 20, 2018

NEW DATE! Come out and experience the Huron River at this annual free family-friendly celebration! There will be music, food, fun river-themed exhibits and children’s activities, fishing, a working stream table, a river bug demo, river raptors, a butterfly house and an “Enviro-Challenge” with prizes. Paddle a kayak or canoe for $5, try stand-up paddleboarding or enjoy a display of handcrafted, restored and preserved small boats powered by oars, paddles, or sails. The Washtenaw County’s Parker Mill County Park will also offer tours of the historic Pioneer Grist Mill.

Ride your bike to Gallup Park and your boat rental will be free. Parking is also available across Fuller Road at Huron High School.

Huron River Day is sponsored by DTE Energy Foundation. Additional support provided by the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner, Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation, the City of Ann Arbor, the Huron River Watershed Council, and the Washtenaw Stormwater Advisory Group.

 Details HERE.

Quiet Water Symposium, Saturday, March 2, 2019

Save the date! Join the Huron River Water Trail and Michigan’s best outdoor recreation providers, experts and outfitters in East Lansing for talks, demonstrations and exhibits. Plan your summer paddling adventures at this one-day expo. Details HERE.

Have some information to share? Please submit your Huron River recreation or stewardship event for consideration to plabadie@hrwc.org or 734.769.5123 x 602. Include an event description, date, time, location, web site link, host organization and contact info.