If you’re looking for a mission, we received a request to help out. He lost a fishing lure in about 3-4 feet of water toward the end of a canoe ramp on the Wisconsin River in Sauk City and is
Land Generously Donated by Joyce M. Baer & George J. Socha Now Includes Parking Lot & Hiking Trail On Friday, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi joined Dane County Parks staff and community members to cut the ribbon on the Joyce M.
It’s November already. Time is flying! We hope you’ll join us for another virtual event this Wednesday, November 11th at 7pm. Check out this month’s newsletter for details on the upcoming Gales of November, which will be held virtually this
Here are several exciting updates from our monthly Zoom meeting last night. WUAA Symposium Wisconsin Underwater Archaeology Association (WUAA) is holding its symposium virtually and for free on Saturday, October 24th from 10am – 1pm on Facebook Live. Info here.
Hi folks and happy autumn! First of all, we hope you’ll join us for this month’s Virtual Zoom meeting. It will be at 7pm this Wednesday, October 14th. Meeting link. (Meeting ID: 818 7417 4049, Password: 858754.) Also, be sure
Join us this Wednesday, January 9th at Babe’s for our own Bill Hoernke speaking about his experiences completing the PADI Instructor Development Course in Bonaire. In addition, club elections will be held at the meeting. We’re looking for officers to
This month’s meeting will be Wednesday, August 10 at 7:30 PM at Babe’s. This month’s speaker is Jesse Weinzinger from the Mussel Monitoring Program of Wisconsin. Freshwater mussels are one of the most imperiled groups of animals on the planet,
This Wednesday, June 14, join us across the street from the usual meeting location: Vitense Golfland! We’ll be mini-golfing starting at 7:00pm–note the time change. The cost will be $7.50 per adult and $6 for kids. If you want to
Join us at Babe’s on Wednesday May 10, 2017 for the Four Lakes Scuba meeting. The presenters this month are Brad and Nikki Acker. They’ll be sharing their dive video and experiences from their 2016 trip to Palau and Chuuk.
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