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(262) 275-2117

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Walworth, WI
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Rescheduling & Refunds due to COVID 19: We will make every attempt to run the program as scheduled, with possible modifications in location, distancing, and other precautions. If we cannot run a program on its scheduled date, we will attempt to reschedule or will issue you a refund. We will do our best to keep you informed.
Safety & Cleanliness Procedures: Your safety is of vital importance to us. We will continue to take utmost precautions to keep you and your family safe from contagions that could spread. Each class/lessons will have different procedures. Thank you for your cooperation!
Questions or Concerns? Please don't hesitate and contact us
 

Adult Programs

Winter/Spring 2021

Health & Fitness | Hiking, Biking & Kayaking | Enrichment Classes | Painting/Drawing/Crafting | Sports & Pickleball | Music Lessons

Health & Fitness

Big Foot Wellness Club
January 4 - March 1
Big Foot Recreation and Advocate Aurora Health Care have teamed up to provide a FREE Big Foot Wellness Club! Lots of prizes and incentives - just for working out and making healthy choices.

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Beginner's Guide to the Fitness Center
Adults
The fitness center can be an intimidating place especially if you're looking to start a fitness routine. In this "hands-on" class, Alison will show you how to safely use the equipment.
Instructor: Alison Krick, Certified Cross Fit Trainer & BFHS Coach
January 13 or February 10 11 from 3:30 - 4:30 PM
$10 per class
Location: Big Foot Fitness Center
QiGong Plus for Health and Fitness
QiGong is canceled for the Winter/Spring Season. Please check out our other great fitness classes!
QiGong
is an ancient Chinese form of exercise that encompasses 3 components: breath, mental focus and slow gentle movements that can be done standing or seating. With regular practice, it may help increase flexibility, energy and stamina.
Instructor: Lauren Porstner, Level 1 QiGong
Mondays, 8:15 - 9:00 AM
Session 1: January 4 - 25
Session 2: February 1 - 22
Session 3: March 1 - 22
Session 4: April 5 - 26
Session 5: May 3 - 24

$30/session or $8 Walk-in
Location: 325 Kenosha Street, Suite B, Walworth (2nd story of Angelus)
Circuit Training Bootcamp
Join us for a combination of weight training, body weight exercises, and HIIT that builds muscle, burns fat and energizes you. We meet Tuesday afternoons in the weight room, Thursday and Saturday mornings for circuits and HIIT. Movements allow for social distancing. If you would prefer to do this independently, workouts can be sent to you or you may participate through Zoom. (Semi-private cohort classes (min. 5) are available on request. Contact the Recreation Office for details.)
Instructor: Kathy Nisius, Health Coach & PT
January 5 - May 29
Weight Training: Tuesdays from 5:00 - 5:45 AM
Circuit & HIIT:
Thursdays from 6:00 - 6:45 AM
Circuit & HIIT:
Saturdays from 7:00 - 7:45 AM
$35/5 classes or $70/10 classes. Purchase punchcard from instructor.
Low-Impact Fitness Class
This class offers low impact and step aerobics with stretching and strength training emphasized. It also includes some Yoga and Pilates. Free weights, resistance bands and mats are available for use or bring your own. Bring a large towel. Every class is different and challenging! From beginner to advanced--work out at your own level of fitness. Pay by the month or per class.
Instructor: Gail Connelly
Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays from 8:45 - 9:45 AM - Classes Ongoing
$30/ month or $4 drop-in - Pay the instructor directly
Location: Faith Ev. Lutheran Church, Walworth
WERQ
WERQ is the wildly addictive cardio dance class based on the hottest pop and hip hop music. The workout is nonstop with repetitive athletic moves and fresh dance steps, so you get the best sweat. Each week a couple new routines are introduced, so you get to WERQ the routines you know and challenge yourself with ones you’re learning. New to WERQ? Check out a video
Instructor: Lauren Mueller, Certified WERQ Instructor
Thursdays: January 7 - May 27 from 5:15 - 6:15 PM
$50/10 classes or $8 Walk-in
Location: BFHS Studio Room

Meditation & Yoga Combinations
Instructors Lauren and Courtney have assembled a series of special classes that combines the benefits of meditation and yoga.
Instructors:
Lauren Porstner, CranioSacral Therapist, LPN & Reiki practitioner
Courtney Bee of Wild Honey Yoga

Location: 325 Kenosha Street, Suite B, Walworth (2nd story of Angelus)
Begin Again Meditation Only
January 9 from 8:00 - 9:00 AM
We will relax and lead into a few easy, relaxing QiGong forms to become grounded and energized; to release and let go of physical, mental & emotional stress and to nourish and re-fill with clarity.

Open Heart Meditation & Yoga
February 20 from 8:00 - 9:15 AM
We'll relax and lead into gentle yoga flow that all ability levels will enjoy. After making your way into shavasana, yoga flows beautifully into guided meditation.

Open Your Chakras Meditation & Yoga
March 13 from 8:00 - 9:15 AM
Gentle breathing techniques will lead into gentle yoga flow appropriate for all abilities. After making your way into shavasana, yoga flows beautifully into guided meditation.

Shift into Gratitude Meditation & Yoga
April 17 from 8:00 - 9:15 AM
We'll start with a short introduction to topic, followed by gentle breathing which will lead to gentle yoga flow appropriate for all abilities. After making your way into shavasana, we'll conclude with meditation.

Shift into Abundance Meditation Only
May 15 from 8:00 - 9:00 AM
We will relax and lead into a few easy, relaxing QiGong forms to become grounded and de-stress; to shift into a place of abundance – acknowledging the abundance you already and also welcome more into your life.

Creak, Rattle & Groan: Mobility 101
If only I wasn’t so tight! Learn the basics of self massage through the use of foam rollers, balls and other tools. Class includes the cost of these tools which you will take home with you to help you loosen up and move more easily through your day!
Instructor: Kathy Nisius, Health Coach & PT
January 16 from 9:00 - 10:30 AM
February 6 from 9:00 - 10:30 AM
March 6 from 9:00 - 10:30 AM
$75 per class - includes foam rollers, balls and more
Meet in the BFHS Studio Room


Pilates
Develop a longer, leaner, stronger and more graceful body by improving muscular symmetry, alignment, posture, core-strength and flexibility. All abilities and body types welcome. These classes will focus on low impact Pilates with deep stretching and awareness of breathing.
Instructor: Laura Cucco, Certified Pilates Instructor
January 19 - May 29
Tuesdays: 6:15 - 6:45 AM
Wednesdays: 6:30 - 7:15 PM
Saturdays: 8:15 - 9:00 AM
$80 for a 10 punch card
Meet in the BFHS Studio Room
Stroke Awareness Discussion
Advocate Aurora Health brings you this FREE online informational presentation & discussion devoted to the cause of stroke, warning signs, treatment, prevention and what to do when someone is having a stroke and time is of the essence.
Instructor: Sally Gerson, Advocate Aurora Health Center
Thursday, February 18 from 5:30 - 6:30 PM
FREE
Location: Zoom online meeting. Instructions will be send 48 hours prior to the meeting.


Hiking, Biking & Kayaking

Mystery Hikes
Strap on your boots and layer up, we’re going hiking. Our trips will be 4-6 miles at various parks & state trails in the area. Hardy weather hikers should expect uneven, hilly terrain and good times with others who also enjoy the outdoors. Hikes are designed to be ±2 hours. Make sure you have a state park sticker for your car. Location & driving instructions will be given 2 days prior.
Leader: Chuck Thiesenhusen Get your 2021 WI DNR Park Pass Here
January 17 at 10:00 AM (Shakedown hike)
February 21 at 10:00 AM
March 14 at 10:00 AM
April 11 at 10:00 AM
$10 per hike
Location: A mystery!
Snowshoe Hike & Bonfire
Strap on your snowshoes and join us for a full moon hike in the woods. This hike will be at night, but don’t worry… there will be hot chocolate, s’mores, and a bonfire to keep you warm! Snowshoe rentals available for boots Size 1 & up.
Leader: Dean Connley & Briana Sindahl
January 30 or February 27 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
$10 per person | $5 rental
Location: Kishwauketoe, Williams Bay
100-mile Challenge
Walk-Run-Hike-Snowshoe-Bike-Swim
Our goal is your goal... being more active! This fun challenge is to help keep you going. Join anytime. All you have to do is register, download the mileage log or pick it up at the Recreation Office, and start being active. Once you reach 100 miles, you earn a T-shirt!
March 1 - May 31
FREE - register anytime
* We've had questions about equivalent miles for bikes. It's generally accepted that 15 spinning minutes = 7 bike miles = 1 walking mile. More Info
Adult Walking Club
Come and get the blood pumping! It's a perfect time to socialize while getting exercise. Annette keeps things fun and will challenge you along the way. We'll take different trips each week.
Instructor: Annette McNamara
Tuesdays: March 2 - May 25 from 8:30 - 9:30 AM
FREE
Meet in the BFHS Studio Room
Social Paddle Club
Join this fun group on great water adventures! Enjoy a relaxed 2 hr social paddle on our area lakes, rivers and streams. Visit our Social Paddle Club page for more information and the entire 2021 calendar. Rentals are available.
Guide: Chuck Thiesenhusen
Date Time Location Difficulty Type
Sun, April 18 8:30 AM Pleasant Lake Easy Adult - Spring Shake Down
Sun, April 25 8:30 AM Turtle Creek, Section 1 Easy Adult
Sun, May 9 8:30 AM Mukwonago R./ Fox River Moderate Adult
Sun, May 23 8:30 AM White River Moderate Adult
EASY DIFFICULTY: Paddler should have cursory skills to navigate minor obstacles, slow current, river bends, and have the endurance for a 2 hr paddle. Beginners are encouraged to take the Kayaking 101 class.
MODERATE DIFFICULTY: Skilled at maneuvering around down trees and other obstacles, execute quick turns, negotiate straight-ahead class II rapids, portage around obstacles if required, endurance for up to a 3 hr paddle.
REGISTRATION NOTE: Our paddles are very popular and will have waiting lists. Please respect your fellow paddler and check your calendar before registering. No refunds issued within 7 days of a paddle.
Kayaking 101
Before you head out on the water, be sure to learn the paddling basics! On land we will discuss paddling safety, equipment, how to properly hold a paddle and demonstrate techniques. On water, participants will learn how to be efficient in strokes and understand the boat’s stability. Class includes all equipment, but you’re welcome to bring your kayak.
Instructor: Chuck Thiesenhusen
Session 1: May 2 from 2:00 - 3:30 PM
Session 2: September 12 from 2:00 - 3:30 PM
Fee: $40/ includes kayak rental
Meet at Comus Lake, N. Terrance St., Delavan
Big Foot Family Bike Club
Hop on your bike and come ride with us with this family friendly bike club geared for all abilities. Any style of bike is welcome - including e-bikes. All trips begin and end at the meeting location. Trail Map
Guide: Dean Connley
Date Time Meeting Location Destination
Sat., May 1 9:00 AM Burlington Trailhead Pedal & Cup
Sat., May 15 9:00 AM Burlington Trailhead Kansasville Trailhead
Sat., May 29 9:00 AM Hebron Trailhead Richmond

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Crafting & Art Classes

Pottery Workshop
Ages 15+
Join Paul and have a fun time with this great group of people. Both hand building and wheel techniques will be available. Each participant will be required to purchase clay for the projects from the instructor.
Instructor: Paul Boland
Tuesdays from 5:00-7:00 PM
Session 1: January 19 - February 23
Session 2: March 2 - April 13 (no 3/30)
Session 3: April 20 - May 25

Location: Big Foot HS E32
$100 per person (+$20 for clay for 25 lbs)
Quilting Club
Learn this great skill of functional art with Barb! For the experienced quilter, this is a great time to sew and socialize with fellow quilters. Bring your own material or for an added $15, materials will be provided.
Instructor: Barb Makovec
Wednesdays, January 27 February 10 - March 31 from 6:00-8:00 PM
$35; +quilting materials $15 (if needed)
Location: Big Foot HS E36
Paint Pouring
Ages 18+
Pouring is a form of painting using formulated fluid acrylic paints. No brush needed - we’ll use gravity and some rather entertaining techniques to create abstract, marbled, galaxy-like designs on your choice of 11x14 or 12x12 canvas. Professional grade supplies included. Gloves and aprons provided but DRESS FOR A MESS!
Instructor: Jennifer Stoll of JenniferSomething.com
Friday, March 12 from 6:00-8:00 PM
Location: Big Foot HS E33

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Enrichment & Recreation

Community First Aid & CPR with AED
Ages 14 & Up
Be prepared to respond to first aid, choking and cardiac emergencies at home, work and in our community.
Instructor: Kaelean Brunow, American Red Cross Instructor
Monday, March 8
5:00 - 8:00 PM: Full First Aid / CPR Class
5:00 - 7:00 PM: Recertification
Location: BFHS, E36

Virtual Trivia Nights - Family Friendly
All Ages
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Join us via Zoom and Kahoot to test your knowledge on popular subjects. The winning trivia buff will get a $5 gift certificate to Big Foot Recreation. FREE TO PLAY! Please register 3 days in advance.
Game Show Hosts: Briana Sindahl & Vicky Hinchey
The Princess Bride January 4 7:00 PM
Groundhog's Day February 2 7:00 PM
All things... Dr. Seuss March 2 7:00 PM
All things... Superheros April 28 7:00 PM
Fast & Furious May 25 7:00 PM
Big Foot Book Club
Ages 16 & Up
Join the Big Foot Rec Book Club and read something new while connecting with your community! Virtual meeting will be held every few weeks on Zoom. More books will be added based on the group's interest.
FREE! Please register in advance. Zoom Meeting Here
Facilitator: Jill Connley
"The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig
April 15 from 7:00 - 8:30 PM
 
Previous Reads
 
 
· January 20: "This is Happiness" by Niall Williams
· February 18: "The Ice Limit" by Preston & Child
· March 18: "The Lions of 5th Avenue" by Fiona Davis
· April 15: "The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig
 
Horseback Riding Lessons
Ages 6 - Adult
Learn how to halter, handle and safely interact with your horse while learning the fundamentals of western riding. No previous experience is needed!

Instructor: Jessica Recknagel
Location: W9323 Lake Shore Rd, Sharon

Fee: $100/Resident

Session Date Time
1 Tuesdays: January 5 - 26 6:00 pm
2 Tuesdays: February 2 - 23 6:00 pm
3 Tuesdays: March 2 - 23 6:00 pm
4 Tuesdays: April 6 - 27 6:00 pm
5 Tuesdays: May 4 - 25 6:00 pm
Ice Fishing Clinic
Join local guide Steve Mortenson and learn about fish identification, what equipment to use, rod/reel and tip-up set-up and use, lures, bait selection, fish location, jigging skills, and basic knot tying. Geared for the young angler or entry level adult angler. Dress warm as the workshop will be taught on the ice. All gear is provided for the workshop.
Instructor: Steve Mortenson, Anglin’ Adventures
Saturday, January 30 from 9:00 AM - Noon
Fee: $20/person

The [not so] Newlywed Game
Grab your partner for a date night you’ll never forget! Not only for Newlyweds, any partners are welcome! Compete for prizes by answering questions about your relationship in this reimagined game show. You’ll join us via Zoom, and will need a pad of paper and a pen. Get ready for a night of laughter while getting to know one another really well...and sharing with others.
Game Show Hosts: Briana Sindahl & Vicky Hinchey
February 11 at 7:00 PM
$5.00 per Couple
Financial Literacy Classes
FREE
Instructor: Jim Pfeil, FIC, RICP, Sierra Financial Services

Location: All classes will be VIRUS FREE on Zoom. Login instructions will be emailed the day prior to class.

Planning for Long-Term Care
January 19 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
The financial and emotional effects of long-term care needs can be devastating. Explore the facts and myths surrounding long-term care, the options available, and how having a strategy can help your family handle this stressful event.

Understanding Social Security
February 16 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
Claiming Social Security in the optimal manner is critical to any person’s retirement income strategy. Learn about claiming options, timing of benefits, spousal and survivor benefits, and the relationship of Social Security to the other aspects of your retirement picture.

Medicare Made Simple
March 16 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
Healthcare at any stage of life is important. Choosing the right Medicare plan is an important part of your retirement strategy. Learn the differences between Medicare Supplement, Advantage, and Part D plans along with the timing for claiming benefits.

Understanding Social Security
April 13 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
Claiming Social Security in the optimal manner is critical to any person’s retirement income strategy. Learn about claiming options, timing of benefits, spousal and survivor benefits, and the relationship of Social Security to the other aspects of your retirement picture.

Planning for Retirement in Today’s Uncertain Environment
May 10 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM
There’s a lot of uncertainty lurking in today’s economic environment and it’s creating risks that could easily derail your plans for retirement. Learn more about some of today’s most significant retirement risks, how they could affect you, and how to minimize these risks.
Securities and advisory services offered through: Calton & Associates, Inc. Member FINRA & SIPC.
2701 N. Rocky Point Dr., Suite 1000, Tampa, FL 33607. 813-264-0440.
Calton & Associates and Sierra Financial Services are separate entities.

Beginner's Guide to Estate Planning
Understanding Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Avoiding Probate

“What do I really need as part of my estate plan?” “Do I need a trust?” “How can I avoid probate?” Estate planning attorney, Alyssa S. Wilson, will discuss these questions. You’ll learn the basics of arranging a plan, receive helpful tips on protecting your estate and improve your understanding of probate.

Presenter: Alyssa S. Wilson, Estate Planning Attorney
Thursday, March 11 from 7:00 - 8:00 PM
FREE - Register by March 1
Location: Big Foot HS, W8
Protect Yourself Against Scams!
People everywhere are falling victim to scams regarding Medicare, Social Security, insurance and more to gain your private financial information. We’ll go over the most current scams and what you can do to protect yourself.
Instructor: Officer Jessie Lewin, Walworth PD
Friday, April 2 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
FREE - Please register in advance
Location: Big Foot HS, Lecture Hall
 
Technology Classes
Instructor: C.T. Krueger
Location: BFHS W8

Old Family Photos & the Digital Age
In Person: Wednesday, February 10 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
It’s the perfect time to finally cull and organize your old family photos. This two-hour seminar covers image selection, creating a workflow, how to get and stay organized, scanning prints and slides, outsource options, and archiving the collection.
Cutting the Cord - Controlling Cable & Internet Costs
Zoom Class: Saturday, February 13 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
In Person: Wednesday, March 3 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Fees for cable television, home internet, smartphones and streaming services quickly add up to hundreds of dollars. This seminar reviews your options to cut costs and still watch television programs and have internet access on all devices.
Getting Control - Advanced Digital Photography
In Person: Wednesday, February 17 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
You purchased a DSLR or advanced point-and-shoot camera, but you can’t make the camera do what you need for portraits, sports, kids, nature and more. Bring your camera to this hands-on workshop to learn how to use its functions for a variety of situations outdoors, indoors and with flash.
Smartphone Video & Editing
In Person: Wednesday, February 24 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Shooting and editing video with your smartphone is an efficient way to produce spectacular videos. This two-hour workshop covers shooting techniques and how to combine video clips, photos, narration and music into a single video using smartphone apps iMovie for iPhones or FilmoraGo for Android.
Valley Of The Kings Tour
All Ages
Join us for an educational tour of this private sanctuary that cares for animals of all sizes. VOTK provides refuge for abused, abandoned or retired lions, tigers, wolves and other animals. Not open to the public, this is an opportunity to learn about these magnificent animals up close.
Advanced Registration Required
Location: Valley of the Kings· W7593 Townhall Road, Sharon
Fee: $20/person
Date Time
Saturday, March 27 2:30 - 4:30 PM
Saturday, April 24 2:30 - 4:30 PM
Saturday, May 29 2:30 - 4:30 PM
Cribbage 101
Learn to play this social card game of numbers and strategy. You don't need a partner to attend class, but it's a great opportunity for you and your partner to learn together.
Instructor: Vicky Hinchey
Tuesdays, April 13 - May 11 from 10:00 -11:00 AM
FREE
Location: Main Street Country Store
Women's Self Defense
Turn fear into POWER. Learn what to do in case of an attack, including how to break free from common grabs and holds. This hands-on course with instruction and practice will teach several techniques that are easy to memorize and extremely effective. It's serious business - but Dennis will make it fun to learn and practice
. *Wear comfortable clothing*
Instructor: Dennis Dyon, Law Enforcement Office
Friday, April 16 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
$25 per person
Location: Big Foot HS, Upper Gym
Google Basics
Learn how to use Google Tools to make life easier. Mike will cover Google’s Gmail, Calendar, Photos, and Drive from the basic features to advanced. This is the perfect class to bring your questions. Please bring your computer with you.
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Instructor: Mike Sindahl, Director of Technology, Beloit Turner School District
Tuesdays, April 6 - 20 from 6:00 - 7:30 PM
$40 per person
Location: Big Foot HS, W8
Tamale Cooking Class
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us and learn the art of making tamales. You’ll learn recipes, tips and tricks to make tamales like a pro. Each participant will roll a dozen tamales of your choice of fillings to take home and enjoy.
Instructor: Marina Lewis
Saturday, May 1 from 10:00 - Noon
$35 per person
Location: Big Foot HS, E35


Sports & Active Recreation

Golf Lessons
Ages 18+
Become a better golfer in an affordable group class environment. Basic fundamentals will be stressed, with a challenge for each student at their own pace. A limited supply of clubs are available.

Instructor: Jack Shoger, PGA Instructor
Saturdays at 1:15 PM (Youth classes are available at noon)
Location: Abbey Springs Golf Course
Fee per session: $20 Resident / $25 Non-Resident
Take All 4: $60 Resident / $70 Non-Resident
Class Topic Date
The Key to a Better Golf Swing April 17
Putting Fundamentals April 24
Short Game May 1
Playing the Game (Putting it Together) May 8
Drop-In Pickleball
Ages 16 & Up
Come join the Big Foot Pickleballers! Our Pickleballers are a friendly bunch and welcome all skill levels. We have all the equipment and no experience is required to participate. Come try it out - you'll be hooked!
Supervisor: Larry Schendel
Sunday & Wednesdays* from 6:00-8:00 pm
FREE with Big Foot Rec ID (one time $5 fee)
BFHS Tennis Courts weather permitting
* Due to COVID concerns, at this time, the East Gym will not be available for indoor play. *
16" Softball League
Ages 18 +
We're restarting the league in 2021, so get your team together and register! Visit the 16" League page for details.
Coordinator: Chuck Thiesenhusen
Mondays starting June 7 at 7:00 PM
Soccer League
Ages 16 +
This FUN new league is a great way to get together with friends and work up a sweat at the same time. Teams are coed and games will be officiated. All games will take place on the new turf field at Big Foot! Contact the Recreation Office or Rene for more information.
Coordinator: Rene Perez
More Information & Rules
Tuesdays, June 15 - August 3 at 6:00 PM
Registration
$15 - Advanced Registration Required
 
Rentals
$15
Kayak
$25
Tandem Kayak / Canoe / *Paddleboard (*lakes only)
   
Get your Turtle Creek Tee Shirt - only $15!

Waiver

2021 PADDLES

If you’ve never joined us for a paddle - you’ll soon find out how fun this group of kayakers is! Some paddles require cursory skills, other paddles will require developed abilities. No paddles exceed class II rapids and are ±2 hours. Beginners are encouraged to take the Kayaking 101 class.
Guide: Chuck Thiesenhusen
Date Time Location Difficulty
Sun, April 18 8:30 AM Pleasant Lake - Spring Shake Down Easy
Sun, April 25 8:30 AM Turtle Creek, Section 1 Easy
Sun, May 9 8:30 AM Mukwonago R./ Fox River Moderate
Sun, May 23 8:30 AM White River Moderate
Sat, June 13 8:30 AM Piscasaw Creek, Section 2 Moderate
Sun, June 27 10:00 AM Turtle Creek: Section 4 - Family Paddle Easy
Tue, July 13 5:30 PM Lauderdale Lake Easy
Sun, July 25 8:30 AM Mystery Paddle Moderate
Sun, Aug 8 8:30 AM Nippersink Creek, Section 2 Easy
Sun, Aug 29 8:30 AM Yahara River Moderate
Sun, Sept 12 8:30 AM Nippersink Creek, Section 3 Easy
Sun, Sept 26 8:30 AM Turtle Creek, Section 6 Easy
Sun, Oct 10 1:00 PM Geneva Lake - Fall Colors Easy
EASY DIFFICULTY: Paddler should have cursory skills to navigate minor obstacles, slow current, river bends, and have the endurance for a 2 hr paddle. Beginners are encouraged to take the Kayaking 101 class.
MODERATE DIFFICULTY: Skilled at maneuvering around down trees and other obstacles, execute quick turns, manage moderate sweeping current, negotiate straight-ahead class II rapids, portage around obstacles if required, endurance for up to a 3 hr paddle.
REGISTRATION NOTE: Our paddles are very popular and will have waiting lists. Please respect your fellow paddler and check your calendar before registering. No refunds issued within 7 days of a paddle.

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