List of GLC Events

2016 Events

Thursday, July 7

Pollinator Gardens, Dinner and Talk with Roy Diblik

Enjoy touring Northwind Perennial Farm, a noted landmark and resource for local and national gardeners at all levels for the past 25 years.  Roy Diblik, co-owner of Northwind Perennial Farm, will share his thoughts on garden designs that are easy to install and maintain and will attract pollinators.

Saturday, October 1

Shore Path Walk

8:30 am from West End Library park, Lake Geneva

The ninth annual JPPT Lake Walk will benefit the Geneva Lake Conservancy. This fully underwritten event is designed to be a great day of exercise, accomplishment, and fun. Walkers are given a route map and pace guide to keep them on track. Fully stocked aid stations are setup roughly every three miles to maintain energy and motivation and sag support transports personal gear to the various rest stops and provides aid if needed. This is a great opportunity to accomplish a goal, promote good health, enjoy the beauty of Geneva Lake, and support the Geneva Lake Conservancy all in one day. Registration opens May 1. 100 percent of the proceeds benefit Geneva Lake Conservancy.

Tuesday, October 25

The Geneva Lake Conservancy in conjunction with the Walworth County Intergovernmental Cooperation Council will present “An Evening of Conservation Easement Education” on Tuesday, October 25 beginning at 6:00 pm at the Walworth County Government Center Board Room. The evening will consist of a panel discussion on the inner workings of conservation easements and the permanently protected lands within Walworth County.

Saturday, December 3th

The Geneva Lake Conservancy presents Holly Ball at Big Foot Country Club.
The Conservancy’s annual holiday celebration and fundraiser includes a live band, dinner, auction, and presentation of the Conservation Stewardship Award.


Past 2016 Events:

Friday, April 22

GLC’s spring luncheon celebrated Theodore Roosevelt and the National Park Service Centennial.  Award winning living history speaker and educator, Adam Lindquist, portrayed Teddy Roosevelt. Lindquist’s talk focused on Roosevelt’s contributions to conservation while entertaining guests at the Lake Geneva Yacht Club.