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It’s Our Third-Annual Paddle-In Movie!


Paddle-In Movie sign

It’s that time again.  Time to head out to University Lake to watch our third annual Paddle-In Movie.  First was “The Princess Bride”.  Last year was “Stardust”.  And now, moving right along, it’s time for the most sensational, inspirational, celebrational,…

What: “The Muppet Movie
When: Saturday, October 28th
Where: Out in the middle of University Lake

Get your Paddle-In Movie tickets here!


We love having our Paddle-In Movies to say thanks to our PaddleBR members, whose support makes much of what we do possible, and this year we’re extra happy to be able to celebrate the opening this year of BREC’s first official paddle launch on the Bayou Fountain paddle trail at Highland Road Park.  Everyone is welcome, supporting member or “just” another paddler, we’d love to have you out there.

There is no charge or admission fee, but since space is limited and we have to pay the license fee based on attendance, please get your tickets in advance.  If you don’t have a canoe, kayak, or paddleboard of your own, you’re in luck!  We have put together a fleet of 15 canoes and almost as many kayaks just waiting to be reserved for your movie watching enjoyment, also completely free (but tickets required).  Your tickets will be delivered by email, with details about the event and contact information if you need to change anything.

We’re looking forward to an amazing movie night out in the middle of University Lake.

Get your Paddle-In Movie tickets here!


2 Comments leave one →
  1. arouil1 permalink
    2017-09-28 1:03pm

    What time is the movie?

    • 2017-09-28 3:20pm

      The movie starts at dusk, so approximately 6:00-6:30pm depending on the sky. The sign-in table will be open from 5pm to 6pm.

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