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2017 Presenter Schedule for: Friday

Current presentation schedules.




 Atrium - upstairs
4:30pm
5:15pm
Danny Mongno
Choosing the Perfect Kayak Paddle.
5:30pm
6:15pm
Danny Mongno
The Forward Stroke: Sitting Down or Standing Up
6:30pm
7:15pm
Diane Leavy
Load & Go Kayaking
7:30pm
8:15pm
John Chase
Power to the Paddle: Exercises to Improve Your Canoe and Kayak Paddling
 Loon - upstairs
4:30pm
5:15pm
Jonathan Ringdahl
Plum Island: Door County's Newest Treasure
5:30pm
6:15pm
Greg Anderson
Waves for Paddlers
6:30pm
7:15pm
Kris Dressler & Doug Neal
The Science Behind the Swirls: What are these swirly motions and how do they affect paddlers?
7:30pm
8:15pm
Thomas Hurst
Families in the Wilderness and Boatbuilding
 Bear - upstairs
4:30pm
5:15pm
Anna Levesque
What Women (Paddlers) Really Want
5:30pm
6:15pm
John Chase
A Historical Tour of Isle Royale
6:30pm
7:15pm
Timothy Bauer & Barry Kalpinski
Surrounded by Reality: 60 Paddling Trips within 60 Miles of Madison
7:30pm
8:15pm
Stephanie Wells-Grey
Sea Kayaking’s Hottest New Destination: Cuba!
 Caribou - upstairs
4:30pm
5:15pm
Kevin Kratzke
Travels with Elle: Kayaking Lake Powell
5:30pm
6:15pm
Sherri Mertz
Choosing Your First Kayak
6:30pm
7:15pm
Sherri Mertz
Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Kayaking
7:30pm
8:15pm
Marty Koch
Basic River Safety for the Novice Paddler
 Sylvania - main floor
4:30pm
5:15pm
Preston Ciere
Paddling Pup Adventures: Tips for Canoeing with your Canine
5:30pm
6:15pm
Geri Schrab
Entrypoint to the Rivers of Time
6:30pm
7:15pm
Anna Levesque
SUP: Walk on Water
7:30pm
8:15pm
Bonnie Perry
Spirituality of Navigation: Being Lost, Getting Found and Leading Others Along the Way
 Algonquin - main floor
4:30pm
5:15pm
Neill Sachs
The National Wild and Scenic Rivers: A Midwest Sampler
5:30pm
6:15pm
Tim Pflieger
Door County: A Paddlers Paradise
6:30pm
7:15pm
Dave Ward
Confessions of a Backcountry Park Ranger
7:30pm
8:45pm
Jerry Vandiver
Songs For The Heart Of The Paddler
 BWCA - main floor
4:30pm
5:15pm
Andy Talley
Tall Tales from the Fur Trade Trails
5:30pm
6:15pm
Steven & Ginny Nelson
Fishing the BWCA
6:30pm
7:15pm
Mona Gauthier
The Unpacking of Mr. Food II
7:30pm
8:15pm
Steven & Ginny Nelson
Packing and Planning for a BWCA Canoe Trip
 Superior - main floor
4:30pm
5:15pm
Gail Green & Grant Herman
Apostle Islands Full Circle Tour
5:30pm
6:15pm
Kevin Callan
My Pre-Teen Daughter Still Thinks Canoe Tripping is Cool (with Kyla Callan)
6:30pm
7:15pm
David & Amy Freeman
A Year in the Wilderness
7:30pm
8:15pm
Chris Amidon
Exploring an Island Wilderness: Isle Royale National Park
 Quetico - main floor
4:30pm
5:15pm
Cliff Jacobson
Bear-Proofing Your Camp
5:30pm
6:15pm
Lonnie Bedwell
Kayaking Blind: Vision is in the Mind, Not the Eyes
6:30pm
7:15pm
Jon Turk
Crocodiles and Ice
7:30pm
8:15pm
Dale "Grey Beard" Sanders
Old Man and the Mighty Mississippi
 Voyageur - Clarion Hotel
4:30pm
5:15pm
Abe Elias
Bush Craft Knife Design and Function
5:30pm
6:15pm
Ben Lawry
Kayak Forward Stroke
6:30pm
7:15pm
Ken Braband & Craig Esposito
Adaptive Paddling with Team River Runner
7:30pm
8:15pm
Dave Shively
Healing Waters: Veterans, PTSD, and Paddling
 Killarney - Clarion Hotel
4:30pm
5:15pm
Hether Hoffmann
Paddling in Spite of the Ordinary: Andrea Knepper Documentary
5:30pm
6:15pm
John Van Barriger
Packing the Perfect "Oh Sh!t Kit"
6:30pm
7:15pm
Israel Dunn
Beyond The Basics: How To Rig A Fishing Kayak
7:30pm
8:15pm
Jeff Herman
Essential Paddling Skills for the Kayak Angler



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(Note: This PDF may not include all of the last minute changes. See links above for updated schedule changes.)

2017 presentation schedules



















 
Alliant Energy Center
1919 Alliant Energy Way
Madison, Wisconsin

Show Hours:
Friday 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Parking:
$7.00 per car per day
Weekend pass: $19.50
Ticket Prices:
$15.00 for a day pass
$25.00 for a weekend pass.
Note: Ages 17 and under: free.

Tickets may be purchased in advance before March 3, 2017 at www.rutabaga.com or at Rutabaga.

At Canoecopia, tickets can be purchased with cash or check only.