Events

Events throughout the year are sponsored and supported by the Walloon Lake Association and Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy. Join us in enjoying the treasure of Walloon Lake.

 

To view photographs from our 2018 Office Grand Opening, please click here.

To view photographs from our 2018 Preserve Scavenger Hunt, please click here.

To view photographs from our 2018 Birthday Bow Tie Bash, please click here. 

 

 

 

To view photographs with Santa from the

2018 Lighting of the Village, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Snowshoe Indian Garden Nature Area – Wednesday January 16th @ 10am

Join the Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy staff members as we snowshoe through the Indian Garden Nature Area.  Director of Conservation Programs, Heather Huffstutler, will guide the group around one of our well-loved preserves and share a bit of ecological knowledge, too! This is a family friendly event and a perfect way to enjoy the beautiful, snowy season we all love Up North! Registration is appreciated, please call the office at 231-535-6112 or email us at wla-wltc@walloon.org.

 

Full Moon snowshoe at Postle Farm Preserve – Tuesday Feb 19th @ 6pm

The Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy staff is excited to bring you an opportunity for a group snowshoe by moonlight.  Join our Director of Conservation Programs, Heather Huffstutler, on this snowy excursion on our Postle Farm Preserve. Registration is appreciated, please call the office at 231-535-6112 or email us at wla-wltc@walloon.org.

 

Wander at Wildwood Harbor Preserve – Wednesday, March 20 @ 11 AM

Observe the woodlands beginning to come back to life on an early spring wander through the hillsides here. The preserve and trails may be muddy, so wear appropriate footwear. Registration is appreciated, please call the office at 231-535-6112 or email us at wla-wltc@walloon.org.

 

Garlic Mustard Pull at Fish-Worcester Nature Area – Wednesday, April 24 @ 3 PM

Celebrate Earth Day on a Garlic Mustard Pull with WLTC staff! Garlic Mustard is an invader in our northern forests; help us rid the woodlands at the Fish-Worcester Natural Area of this invasive species while enjoying a spring afternoon! Registration is appreciated, please call the office at 231-535-6112 or email us at wla-wltc@walloon.org.