Warm your heart with an evening of storytelling to support TPC!
WHO is Michael Perry?
Michael Perry is a New York Times bestselling author, humorist, and playwright from New Auburn, Wisconsin. He also produces the popular audio newsletter “Michael Perry’s Voice Mail,” hosts the nationally-syndicated “Tent Show Radio,” and performs widely as a humorist.

As Michael is a huge supporter of farmland preservation, we are THRILLED to bring him back to Lake Country after his band, The Long Beds, played for us at the 2011 Fall Harvest at Zwieg Maple Acres Farm!
Raised on a small Midwestern dairy farm, Perry put himself through nursing school while working on a ranch in Wyoming, then detoured into writing. He lives with his wife and two daughters in rural Wisconsin.
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“As a writer,” says Perry,
“I find my greatest privilege lies not in telling my story; it lies in being trusted to tell the story of another.”
WHY Should I Attend?
Here's your opportunity to take a break from the winter chill and the challenges of your daily grind & join us for family-friendly, at home entertainment.

An Evening with Michael Perry, presented by vonBriesen, is an important fundraiser to support the farmland conservation and water-quality initiatives of TPC!

  • Gather your favorite beverage and snacks, cozy up on the couch and join us as we lighten your load with Michael's Midwestern story-telling.

  • We'll also check in with Kyle Zwieg and Liesel Eschweiler Lavery, who will share how preserving their land with TPC has not only positively impact their family, but the entire community.
PLUS, you'll be the first to hear about and support exciting
new projects through our online Raise The Paddle!
WHEN Do I Register?
Please click the RSVP button and register today!

Registration is $50 per person.

The first 25 registrants will receive a copy of one of Michael's books.

The first 100 registrants will receive a registrant package featuring delicious LaBelle Cheese AND Mayer Farms Beef Sticks!
HOW Can I Help Save Local Farmland and
Support Local Water Quality Initiatives
If I'm Unable To Attend?
The Silent Online Auction Opens on February 11th and Ends at the Close of the Michael Perry event on February 25th. WATCH FOR DETAILS!

Consider gifting a registration to a friend or donate a registration anonymously to a local farmer. TPC will take care of the details!

Make a donation to our Land Conservation Partnership Fund, which is utilized to fund conservation easements as well as clean water initiatives such as projects on Mason Creek.
Tall Pines Conservancy
262-369-0500
info@tallpinesconservancy.org
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