Rhode Island Chapter

Explore, enjoy, and protect the planet.

Outings & Events

Sierra Club Outings and Events connect us to you!


Events provide a forum for public outreach and positive action.



From exploring the White Mountains to Ninigret Pond, Outings allow us to enjoy the beauty of nature, create friendships with other environmentalists and remind ourselves of the resources we're fighting to protect.

Please join us!


Upcoming Events:

Documentary Screening and Discussion on People's Climate March 2014

Date: Tuesday, October 21st
Location: Lipitt Auditorium, URI Kingston Campus, Room 402
Time: 7:00PM
Activist filmmaker Robert Malin presents exclusive footage from the People's Climate March, the pre-rally press conference, and interviews with marchers, thinkers, and Indigenous Peoples and impressions of the build-up events. The screening will followed by group discussion lead by Fossil Free RI, RI Student Climate Coalition, Sierra Club, Clean Water Action, Occupy Providence, Green Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Church of South County, with Raging Grannies. Free admission but donations welcome.

Contact rhodysierran@gmail.com for more information.


Upcoming Outings:

Round Top Management Area Hike and Season's End Fishing
Date: November 16, 10am.
Contact: Dana Goodman, RI Chapter Chair at 401.651.4595
Directions: Rt. 96, Harrisville, RI  - Directions from Google might be tricky. Plan on your destination as the Burrillville Rod and Gun Club. The Management area is less than 1 mile further down the road, entrance is obvious across from a small bridge. If Rod and Gun Club is on your Right, Management area will also be on the Right. If you bypass it, you will see the pond through the trees and there you are!


In light of Sierra Club's recent participation in the fight against the Spectra Energy Compressor Station in Burrillville, this hike will explore one of Burrillville's many beautiful hiking and fishing recreation spots. Round Top and Little Round Top are connected by Round Top Brook and seasonally stocked with Trout. There is plenty of parking on site.

This is a short hike to explore the forest around the brook, easy enough for most people. Following the hike, people can picnic and fish at the small pond or go back along the trail to fish the brook. Bring a camera for scenic pictures and: Please bring your fishing license!








Previous Outings and Events - Thank you for attending!

Unity Press Conference for Climate Change Adaptation, Resilience and Green Jobs
Date: Friday, October 17, 12:45pm. 
Location: Rhode Island State House, North Plaza (Smith St.)

Sierra Club and Clean Water Action will hold a Joint Press conference, Unity on Climate
Change Adaptation, Resilience and Green Jobs, featuring candidates endorsed by Sierra
Club and Clean Water Action, two of the state’s leading environmental organizations.
The Press Conference will feature statewide candidates Gina Raimondo, Catherine Taylor
and Seth Magaziner along with Providence Mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza. Each candidate
how, if elected, they will lead the State and inform the public on climate change mitigation
and adaptation, green energy, jobs and transportation.



Biking the Blackstone River Bike Path
Saturday, October 4 at  8:45 am
Lippit Park in Providence 
If you live in Providence and want to know the best route to access the Blackstone River Bike Path in Lincoln, join this outing. We will navigate through Providence, Pawtucket, and Central Falls to reach the beginning of the bike path, then continue along the scenic, paved, bikes only route further north into Cumberland and possibly to its terminus 
in Woonsocket depending on how the group is feeling.

Meet at Lippit Park in Providence at 8:45 am with your bike or at the Kelly House at the end of the Lower River Road in Lincoln with your bike at 9:45.


Monthly Events

Executive Committee Meeting - Public

Second Wednesday of each month. 6:30pm-8:00pm at 42 Rice St. Office. 

Meet your local Executive Committee members and find out what's current in chapter action. Get involved as a volunteer!

(Meetings subject to change without notice.) 

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