You’re invited…Winter Rendezvous 2020!
This is a ‘Bring Your Own” event!!
Why: Get-together, have fun and reminisce with trailbuilding friends!
We’ll toss in a preview of the upcoming season. Everyone provides the food and fun!
When: Saturday, Feb. 8th, 2:00pm – ??
Where: Glacier Hills County Park, 1664 Friess Lake Road, Hubertus, WI 53033
No Registration Necessary. However, feel free to drop an email to [email protected] to express your interest, or for questions.
What can you provide/bring: favorite board game(s), cards/dice games, beanbag toss, cribbage, etc. Of course, Farkle will be played by many!!
Pot luck for Saturday afternoon/evening. As easy as 1-2-3!
1. Bring a dish to share.
2. Bring your favorite snack food.
3. Bring your favorite beverage(s).
Lodging is FREE!!:
Rustic ‘floor camping’ is available for anyone that wants to ‘crash’ on the floor (with appropriate gear). There also may be bed space available (first come, no reservations) in a few unheated Rustic Cabins located in the park. And, if you are adventurous, winter camping is allowable too!
What to bring: mattress pad, sleeping bag, pillow, ear plugs!
Note: This Winter Rendezvous follows on the heals of an ambitious boardwalk building event (Feb 5-8) occurring just a few miles away. Separate registration for the boardwalk event is required/encouraged.
Enjoying a winter wonderland during the Winter Rendezvous.
[Photo by David Caliebe]
It’s time for the Ice Age Trail Alliance Mobile Skills Crew Winter Rendezvous – a social gathering for anyone interested in volunteering for, hiking on, or learning more about the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
The 2017 trailbuilding season starter’s whistle is ready to blow; all that’s missing is you.
Please join us and choose from expanded Rendezvous options at beautiful Treehaven, a UW-Stevens Point facility near Tomahawk. Continue reading
Photo Credit: Dave Caliebe
Despite the frozen landscape of February, the first stone placed of the 2016 MSC tour rippled forth with refreshing change from the Treehaven education, conference and research center during the Winter Rendezvous. Trail folk from around the state celebrated the 2015 season, renewed fellowship with trail friends and looked ahead to the coming trailbuilding season. Amid snowshoe races, jigsaw puzzles and reminiscing about trailbuilding events of the past, a fire was lit in the very core of the Mobile Skills Crew spirit that will burn bright all season long.
Don’t worry if you missed the Rendezvous, the 2016 MSC Stones and Ripples tour is coming to an Ice Age Trail Segment near you. Next stop is in Rock County, April 27 – May 1 for Crew Leadership and Skills Training. If becoming a Crew Leader is not your fancy, join us at any of the other trailbuilding events. Check the schedule and register today. We look forward to making memories in 2016 that will kindle the fires of next year’s Winter Rendezvous.