Friday, April 21 – The Day Before Earth Day!
GLC’s spring luncheon will feature David Thoreson, photographer and recently published author of Over the Horizon. Thoreson will share his lifelong experiences sailing, from when he was a child on Lake Okoboji in Iowa to his 65,000 nautical mile journey across the globe.
Saturday, July 15 – Tour of the Land
Geneva Lake Conservancy’s 40th Anniversary celebration! The day will include the opportunity to tour and hike on some of our extraordinary easement properties and an evening gala at GLC’s first conservation easement, which is on the shore of Geneva Lake.
Saturday, October 7 – Shore Path Walk
The tenth annual JPPT (John Palmer Personal Training) 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. Registration opens May 1. 100 percent of the proceeds benefit Geneva Lake Conservancy.
Saturday, October 14 – Harvest Dinner
Join us for recognition of GLC’s achievements over the last 40 years and its exciting plans for the future. Location and details to be announced.
Saturday, December 2th
The Geneva Lake Conservancy presents the 36th 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.
Thursday, July 7
Pollinator Gardens, Dinner and Talk with Roy Diblik.