Our Event Calendar
There’s always something to do in Green Lake! Whether you’re looking for a scenic bike trail or kayak launching point, these helpful maps highlight Green Lake’s favorite natural areas and the roads that will take you there! Check out our 2018 Printable Calendar
The way the land is managed around your home can have a direct impact on groundwater quality. If your family uses a well for drinking water, do you know if it’s safe?
The Green Lake Association is teaming up with the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s Center for Watershed Science and Education to offer Green Lake area residents a chance to participate in a well water testing program.Learn More Register Now
Saturday, June 16 from 9 – 11 AM | Goose Blind Grill & Bar, 512 Gold Street, Green Lake
Summer in Green Lake is just unfolding, but the Green Lake Association is already busy implementing robust strategies on behalf of a cleaner Big Green.
The public is invited to attend the Green Lake Association’s annual meeting on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 9-11 AM at the Goose Blind Grill & Bar, 512 Gold Street, Green Lake. This is an opportunity to celebrate and assess the previous year and to launch new programs and initiatives. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Find out how we plan to increase our lake management momentum this year!
*RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY, JUNE 23 FROM 8:30-10:30 AM*
Start your morning with a relaxing trip on the water with the Green Team. Paddle the Puchyan River by kayak or canoe and enjoy this beautiful, thriving ecosystem. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of wildlife from turtles to cranes to crayfish and more! This leisurely tour is good for all skill leveled paddlers. Go your own pace, race your friends and meet other Green Lake nature enthusiasts on this tour of the Puchyan.
This event is weather dependent. In the event that conditions are unsuitable for the event, the event will be rescheduled. Please visit our Event Calendar for the latest updates.
GEAR TO BRING:
Bring your kayaks/canoes, equipment, life vests and drinks.
Take Lake Street in Green Lake past the baseball diamond and tennis courts and park at the kayak launch at the Puchyan River.
*Please note that the moonlight paddle has been rescheduled from Saturday, July 21 to Sunday, July 22. The event will take place at the CTH K Estuary from 8:30-10:30 PM. We hope to see you there!
Join the Green Team on their annual nighttime paddle through the County K Estuary. Paddling by moonlight is a uniquely beautiful and exhilarating experience. Listen to the diverse sounds of nature at nighttime and let a nearly full moon be your guide. Bring your canoe or kayak and wind your way through the estuary with the Green Team, we’d love to have you join us!
GEAR TO BRING:
Bring your kayaks/canoes, equipment, life vests and drinks. Glow-Sticks will be provided at the event so that the group can safely maneuver the estuary without ruining their night vision. A flashlight is recommended for getting in and out of the water.
PARKING AND LAUNCH SITE:
The group will be meeting and launching from the small peninsula of land on the south side of CTH K, just to the west of the County Park. Individuals will be parking there as well as along CTH K.
YOU’RE INVITED TO A PROHIBITION PARTY
Slap on some lipstick and curl your mustache – The Green Lake Association’s hosting a bootlegger’s bash! A little party never killed nobody so mark your calendar for our 9 annual gala on Saturday, August 4 from 5-10 PM at the Shoreline Boat Center Showroom.
WHEN AND WHERE
August 4, 2018
Shoreline Boat Center Showroom
750 South Street, Green Lake
From five o’clock until the cops raid the joint
Reserve your spot for $85 and enjoy signature cocktails at an open bar and savory cuisine, live music from the Gatsby Gang, a live auction, project pledge, and bucket and booze raffles. Gather a group of eight friends and enjoy a Bootlegger’s Table for $680.
FLAPPERS AND DAPPERS ENCOURAGED
Think fringe, cloche hats, bow ties and fedoras. Compete for best dressed male or female for your chance to win a fun prize! Costumes are encouraged, but not required.
BECOME A SPONSOR
Help underwrite the cost of the event by becoming a gala sponsor!
PLATINUM/ $10,000/ 10 complimentary tickets
GOLD/ $5,000/ 6 complimentary tickets
SILVER/ $2,500/ 4 complimentary tickets
BRONZE/ $1,000/ 2 complimentary tickets
THANKS TO OUR CURRENT GALA SPONSORS!
Want to join this growing group of all-stars? Give us a call at (920) 294-6480 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to become a gala sponsor today.
Landowners in the Green Lake area have a lot to be proud of. That is what a multi-organizational group representing farmers, shoreline owners and the public plans to highlight at the second annual Green Lake Area Conservation Field Day on Saturday, August 18 in Ripon, Wisconsin.
The Green Lake Area Conservation Field Day is a free event to showcase these practices to a broad audience – for farmers and land owners to consider on their own property, or for the public to gain a deeper appreciation for what is being done to improve soil and downstream water resources.
Attendees will see soil health demonstrations and a rainfall simulator, which show how tillage, cover crops and other management practices affect storm water runoff quality and infiltration capacity. The event will also include a nutrient management panelist discussion featuring:
- Jamie Patton, Senior Outreach Specialist, Northeast Wisconsin, Nutrient and Pest Management Program
- Chris Pollack, Fourth-Generation Farmer at Pollack-Vu Dairy
- Becky Wagner, Agronomist, Fond du Lac County Land & Water Conservation Department
The Green Lake Area Conservation Field Day is on Saturday, August 18 from 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM at the Pollack Farm, W13109 Reeds Corner Rd in Ripon. Participants are encouraged to RSVP online to provide an accurate headcount for lunch.
Fresh, hand-picked apples are the flavor of fall! There’s no better way to prepare for the season than to join the Green Team on a tour of Pineapple Hill Orchard, owned and operated by Barb and Greg Becker. You don’t want to miss this! These locally grown apples serve as the perfect ingredient for delicious pies, torts, apple sauce, and so many other seasonal treats. This tour is the ideal time of year to view the unique system being used by the Beckers while apples are still on the trees.
Learn about the apple growing season and what it takes to successfully produce apples year after year. Pick your own bushel or two for purchase at the end of the tour and enjoy!
Pineapple Hill Orchard sits on the corner of Honeysuckle Ln and Princeton Rd. We ask that you head north on Honeysuckle Ln, where a volunteer will be stationed to help you angle park along Honeysuckle Ln.
A popular end-of-summer tradition is in its second year in downtown Green Lake this September. The second annual Green Lake Community Street Bash is a free street party featuring live music, food trucks, lawn games and drinks.
The rain-or-shine, tented event will take place overlooking the Green Lake Mill Pond on Water Street on Saturday, September 1. The event will feature food trucks, street games, a cash bar, and live music by the Davidson County Band. The Davidson County Band is a six-piece, high-energy band from Chicago whose repertoire spans new country to well-known classics.
Mike and Jill Havey, local philanthropists, are sponsoring the community-scale party to benefit local nonprofit organizations. “We were planning on throwing a party for our friends, and then realized we had an opportunity to expand the event to benefit the community and organizations we care deeply about,” said Mike Havey.
The admission-free Street Bash will collect free-will donations to benefit three non-profit organizations: Green Lake Association, Green Lake Renewal and Green Lake American Legion Post 306.
The Green Lake Association works to improve Big Green Lake’s water quality through conservation projects, research and outreach. Green Lake Renewal operates the Town Square Community Center, Green Lake Fitness 24/7 and the Green Lake Kitchens Business Incubator. The Green Lake American Legion continues to support youth and Veteran programs and, with a new building, many of the area’s non-profit organizations.
Contact the Green Lake Association at (920) 294-6480 or email@example.com for questions about the Street Bash.
Explore Mitchell Glen for the first time or revisit this popular Green Lake Conservancy Partnership Property with the Green Team! Local biologist and educator, Tom Eddy, will lead participants down to the glen that features 12.2 acres of maple-basswood climax forest, unique geological formations, outstanding biodiversity and spring-fed waters flowing into Green Lake. This tour includes walking steep, descending steps into the ravine.
Space is very limited and reservations are required by calling the Green Lake Sanitary District at (920) 295-4488. There are two tours available, one from 8-10 AM and the other from 10 AM-12 PM. Please call if you need to cancel to make room for others to attend.
*Please note that the official date is TBD at the moment. While the event is currently scheduled for Saturday, November 17, it may be pushed back. We will provide an update as soon as Dr. Eric Ratering is completed with training his new falcon! We will also provide the exact location at that time as well. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Come and witness the majestic flight of the falcon! Join the Green Team and Dr. Eric Ratering for this memorable falconry field demonstration. Learn about the historical art of falconry as Eric presents his prized feathered friend and demonstrates how he has meticulously trained him to hunt for game.
Participants will have the unique opportunity to witness this magnificent bird up close and personal. Don’t miss your chance to see this amazing species in person with the Green Team!
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