Thursday January 24 6:16 am

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan

Bi-State Winter Wonderland Festival at Wolf Lake January 19th

01/19/2019 - 09:00
01/19/2019 - 16:00
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Discussions will allow community residents and local and state agency representatives to share knowledge, discuss options, and then plan actions. Ice skating will be available, weather permitting. Skaters must bring their own skates.

AWLI is a bi-state not-for-profit organization and land trust seeking to protect and enhance the Wolf Lake. Possible causes of death for more than 30 mute swans at George Lake in December will be discussed at the

18th annual Winter Wonderland at Wolf Lake on Saturday, January 19.

Watershed.

SCHEDULE:

9 a.m.: Welcome
9:05 a.m.: Visit exhibits and displays and tour building and trout stream –Over the Line by AWLI –Amphibians and reptiles of the Calumet Region by Alan Resetar of the Field Museum
9:05 a.m. Skating by John Pastirik (Bring your own skates)
9:15 a.m.: Report on the 2nd annual Wolf Lake Watershed Advisory Committee meeting
10:00 a.m.: Mute Swan Die-off, Why? Discussion.
Noon: Lunch

Noon: Transfer to William Powers State Fish & Wildlife Area
Afternoon Schedule of Events
Visitors Center, William Powers State Fish & Wildlife Area, Avenue 0 and 126th Place, Chicago

1:00 p.m.: Welcome
1:05 p.m.: Visit exhibits and displays –Over the Line by AWLI –Amphibians and reptiles of the Calumet Region by Alan Resetar of the Field Museum
1:05 p.m.: Skating by John Pastirik (Bring your own skates)
1:15 p.m.: Report on morning discussion on the Swan Die-off and further discussion
2:00 p.m.: 2nd annual Wolf Lake Watershed Advisory Committee report with discussion on other areas of concern
3 p.m.: Concluding Comments

For more info call or click: 219 933-7149 www.wolflakeinitiative.org/