FUTURE

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    About FOOT:
    Friends of Olin-Turville (FOOT) was established in 2010 through the joint efforts of the Bay Creek Neighborhood Association and the South Madison Police District. The organization's goals are  to preserve and improve the parks' facilities and landscapes and encourage the community to rediscover the beauty and unique offerings of these two historic parks. The idea is based on the success of groups like Friends of the Arboretum. For a more complete history of the organization's inception and early activities, go to this December, 2010 City of Madison news release.

    About the Parks:
    Located on the shores of Lake Monona, with stunning Capitol views, Olin and Turville Parks together form one of Madison's most beautiful, accessible natural assets. Facilities in these two parks accommodate a broad range of outdoor activities, from the quietest to the most active. Olin Park has a public boat launch, beach, soccer field, playground equipment, a restored historic pavilion that can be reserved, and trails for walking, jogging, and biking. Adjacent Turville Conservation Park is a quiet, wooded preserve where you can retreat into a contemplative nature walk or a moon-lit cross-country ski tour.

    Upcoming and Recent Events

    • May Concert Series Returns! Mark you calendars now - every Tuesday night in May, (and one in June), FOOT will bring a FREE live performance to the historic Olin Pavilion from 6 to 8 ...
      Posted Apr 20, 2014, 9:04 PM by Tom DeChant
    • Candlelight Ski & Hot Chocolate at Turville Point, Saturday, February 15th, 6-9 PM Ski Capitol-view, candlelit trails in beautiful Turville Point Conservation Park. Enjoy a free hot chocolate, courtesy of Barriques; a warming fire, local drumming and s'more fixins. If you ...
      Posted Feb 1, 2014, 1:14 PM by Tom DeChant
    • FOOTNotes from Meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10th Our most recent FOOT meeting was held on Tuesday, December 10th at 6 PM at Barriques on Park Street. Five 'regulars' attended: Ron, Andria, Lisie, Tom and Dex.Here's ...
      Posted Dec 11, 2013, 1:53 PM by Tom DeChant
    • FOOT Meeting of October 15th, 2013 Four foot members and guest, Jim Lorman, of Friends of Lake Wingra (FoLW) met at Barriques on Park St. on October 15th at 6 PM. Topics covered were:Wingra Creek ...
      Posted Oct 17, 2013, 2:09 PM by Tom DeChant
    • FREE September Folk Dance Series at Olin Pavilion Join us for three September Tuesday evenings of FREE folk dancing in the historic Olin Pavilion.Tuesday, September 10th:  Madison Scottish Country DancersTuesday, September 17th:  Folklore Village Barn Dance ...
      Posted Sep 3, 2013, 2:52 PM by Tom DeChant
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