As residents of Madison, all of us live, work or enjoy living on an Isthmus. We are blessed to be sandwiched right between Lake Monona and Lake Mendota. It is an enormous job - keeping those lakes clean and wonderful for us to enjoy for years to come.
The Community Involvement Committee, lead by Zach Ketterhagen, has decided to make August all about an effort to celebrate this amazing part of our life in Madison. Join us for our programming in order to support our lakes:
5:00-5:30 check in
5:30-5:45 welcome remarks from Magnet and Clean Lakes Alliance
5:45-6:45 on the water, guided tour lead by Clean Lakes Alliance lake experts
6:45-7:30 games and refreshments courtesy of Clean Lakes
Followed by networking at Everly
Join Magnet and the Clean Lakes Alliance for a fun and informative evening on the water, learning more about our lakes and raising funds to keep them beautiful. Clean Lakes Alliance experts will share information on the beauty and fragility of our lakes including a guided tour on the water, or explore on your own. Kayaking will be followed by games and refreshments courtesy of Clean Lakes, then join Magnet at Everly for post-event networking
Want to try it with a friend? Reserve a tandem ticket for a kayak built for two and enough food to feed you both!
After a rewarding morning outdoors from 9-11am, join your fellow volunteers for brunch at Oliver's Public House. Your $5 reserved to hold your spot for this event will be deducted from your brunch bill, and Magnet will match that with another $5 off your brunch!
If you need something to wet your whistle and get excited, join us Tubing down the Sugar River this Saturday!