Lake Country Clean Water Festival

Saturday, June 25, 2022

The Lake Country Clean Water Festival,

hosted by Lake Country Clean Waters in conjunction with the Pewaukee Kiwanis Beach Party, is celebrating its 11th anniversary this year!

Since 2011, the festival has focused on raising awareness for the increasing need to preserve Lake Country’s waterways and raising money for clean-up efforts so we can all enjoy the fun and beauty that the lakes bring to our community.

The festival has also provided opportunities for all to enjoy the many recreational activities that our lakes afford from learning to water ski, to pontoon boat rides, to ZUMBA and bootcamp on the beach, to paddle sports.

Visit Tall Pines at the education tent on Saturday between 10 am-3 pm!

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OWPP Paddle Event & River Clean-Up

Saturday, July 9, 2022

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The event is free and open to the public, but your RSVP helps us plan appropriately.

Together, we'll make a difference in local water quality.

Thank you!

Click Here To Register For The OWPP Paddle

ArtServancy Artist Exhibition By Frankie Garr

Month of July

ARTservancy began in September of 2018 and has now grown to include partnerships with five conservation organizations within southeastern Wisconsin.

Tall Pines Conservancy was delighted to host photographer Frankie Garr, whose residency focused on Oconomowoc River Conservancy Park, Kopeke Farm, Serenity Farm and Camp Quad.

Frankie’s exhibit will be featured and her work for sale during the month of July, with an artist reception held at Gallery 224 on July 9th from 6 pm-7:30 pm.

Gallery 224 is located at 303 N. Franklin Street in Port Washington.

Please visit the website for hours and contact information.

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Ride To The Barns

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Ride to the Barns is a cycling event through lake and farm country in southeastern Wisconsin to benefit the land conservation work of TPC.

The ride features three routes- 30, 45 and 60 mile - with rest stops at farms where riders enjoy locally sourced food. The event concludes with a post-ride party featuring lunch, beer and music.

Registration is $75 per person through Monday, August 8th and $95 thereafter.

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