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Events for September 28, 2019
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Be LOVED - Saturday, September 28, 2019 - Chippewa Moraine Segment, David R. Obey Interpretive Center, Chippewa County Fall is the perfect time to fall head-over-heels in love with Wisconsin and the Ice Age Trail. Experience the wonder of the landscape erupting with glorious color. Is the last hurrah of the summer gardens, a splendid […]Find out more »
Join us to hike the entire Hartland Segment of the IAT! Park at Centennial Park in Hartland, take a bus to the Nagawaukee Park & Ride and hike the beautiful 6.8 miles back to Centennial Park. The first bus will leave at 9:00 a.m. and the second at 9:40. Hikers should wear comfortable clothing and […]Find out more »
Join with our chapter and individuals across the country in celebrating National Public Lands Day! Each year, hundreds of thousands of volunteers nationwide come together on the fourth Saturday in September to assist with projects designed to restore and enhance public parks, forests, waterways and more. National Public Lands Day is the largest single-day volunteer […]Find out more »
In recognition of National Public Lands Day, the Walworth/Jefferson County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will sponsor a free 2-5-7-mile guided hike on September 28 as an introduction to Wisconsin's 1200+ mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Roughly following the southernmost edge of the last glaciation, this narrow primitive trail travels through some […]Find out more »
Join members of the Waukesha/Milwaukee Chapter for a chili cookout and an evening of good food and fun around the campfire. All are welcome! We will gather at the Scuppernong Trailhead Shelter on County Road ZZ in Dousman. Please bring a dish to pass, your own beverage, a chair for the campfire and dishes and […]Find out more »