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Presentation Changes
2019 Presenter Schedule for: Sunday



 10:30am - 11:15am
 Atrium  Kat Casey - Yoga for Paddlers
 Loon  Bill Porter - Group Dynamics on a Long Paddle
 Bear  Wayne Horodowich - The Art of Staying Upright in Your Kayak
 Caribou  Christopher Lockyer - The Wild Coast of Labrador
 Sylvania  Tommy Thompson & Russ McCallister - Explore Natural North Florida
 Algonquin  Bryan Hansel - Photographing Seascapes
 BWCA  Bill Schultz - Kayak Fishing: Getting Started
 Superior  Justin Olson - Paddling Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
 Quetico  Cliff Jacobson - Camping's Top Secrets
 Voyageur  Preston Ciere - The Backcountry's Power to Heal
 Killarney  Charlie Wilson - Blade, Body, Boat
 
 11:30am - 12:15pm
 Atrium  Danny Mongno - The Forward Stroke: Sit Down or Stand Up, Let's be Efficient
 Loon  Maura & Bobby Marko - Canoe Camping with Babies and Toddlers
 Bear  Wayne Horodowich - Using Your Boat, Body and Blade for Efficient Paddling
 Caribou  Marty Koch - Basic River Safety for the Novice Paddler
 Sylvania  Bart Swab - Being Equipped for Kayak Fishing
 Algonquin  Bear Paulsen - BWCA: What You Need to Know
 BWCA  Babs Smith & Rick Malchow - Lake Michigan's Water Trail, Door County to Illinois
 Superior  John Bates - Wildlife: What to See Between Point A and B
 Quetico  Kevin Callan - Paddling Ontario's Thames River
 Voyageur  Debra Ryun - The Wild and Scenic St. Croix Film
 Killarney  Joe Zellner & Peggy Gabrielson - Expedition Realities
 
 12:30pm - 1:15pm
 Atrium  Mary Langlie - Physical Preparation for Paddling
 Loon  John Chase - Leadership Principles for Effective and Fun Day Trips
 Bear  Charles Wright - Paddling America's Everglades
 Caribou  John Browning - What's in Your First Aid Kit?
 Sylvania  Levi Lexvold & Courtney Otto - Conflicts over Canoe Country
 Algonquin  David Ellingson - Coming Home a Documentary
 BWCA  Sam Crowley - Sea Kayaking the Rathad Na Mara
 Superior  Timothy Bauer - The Paddling Playground of Black River Falls
 Quetico  Al & Marsha Fairfield - Discover Sylvania
 Voyageur  Lori Vogel & LuAnn Buechler - Set Up for Success: Women Empowered in Wilderness
 Killarney  Laura Gundlach & Mark Heiman - North to Hudson Bay
 
 1:30pm - 2:15pm
 Atrium  John Chase - Perfectly Pack Your Kayak for a Multi-day Trip
 Loon  Andrew & Ethan Elkins - Logistics for Planning a Paddling Trip
 Bear  Amy Funk - Trip Like A Girl
 Caribou  Mark Neuzil & Norman Sims - A Natural History of the Canoe in North America
 Sylvania  Jameson Redding - Fishing From a Personal Watercraft 101
 Algonquin  Don Halloran - Lake Superior's Shoreline Parks
 BWCA  John Bates - Our Living Ancestors: The History and Ecology of Old Growth Forests in Wisconsin (And Where to Find Them!)
 Superior  Timothy Bauer - River Tour Along I-94
 Quetico  Cliff Jacobson - Canoeing Secrets
 Voyageur  William Voight, Larry, Bruce & Dave - Old Paddler's Lament
 Killarney  Steven Fritz - Learn to Return
 
 2:30pm - 3:15pm
 Atrium  Pete Kuhn - The Perfect Fit
 Loon  Derek Akin - Kayak Fishing & Tournaments
 Bear  Ginny Nelson - Planning & Packing for a BWCA Canoe Trip
 Caribou  Harlan Schwartz - Land Of Fire - Paddling Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
 Sylvania  David Ellingson - Paddle Pilgrim: Kayaking the Fjords of Norway
 Algonquin  Jerry Vandiver & One Match Band - Songs for the Heart of the Paddler
 BWCA  Mona Gauthier - Food Dehydration 101
 Superior  Al & Marsha Fairfield - Wisconsin Rivers Made for Paddle Camping
 Quetico  Jim Baird - Cool Outdoor Tips and Hacks
 Voyageur  Tamara Thomsen - Explore Door County Shipwrecks by Kayak
 Killarney  John Browning - Navigation 210: Beyond "Look, See, Go"



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

2019 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 through Feb 28, 2018 at www.rutabaga.com or at Rutabaga.

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