The 18th annual Active Living Faire 2021 at Wolf Lake in Hammond Indiana will feature a fishing clinic for youngsters and the bi-state Labor Day Bike Ride on Monday, Sept. 6, 2021.
Sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative (AWLI), the 20-mile ride, with frequent stops along the way, will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a sign-up in the parking lot of Calumet College of St. Joseph, 2400 the Environmental Education Center,. Riders will view all parts of the
watershed, while enjoying early autumn colors.
The ride includes a side trip to the Big Marsh bike park for lunch and a tour of the park. The return trek begins at 2 p.m.
Sign-up for the fishing clinic also begins at 8:30 a.m. and will continue to 11 a.m. at the Visitors Center, William W. Powers State Recreation Area, I2949 S Avenue O, Chicago, IL. Instructors will include Joe Kruczek, Jim Buiter, John Talarico, and Richard Zink. They will be assisted by Richard Chambers.
On-line registration is required for both events. The fishing clinic is free to the public. There is a $15 registration fee the Labor Day Bike Ride.
Register on AWLI’s Website at www.wolflakeinitiative.org. Registration deadline for both events is August 27. Bike riders are required to wear helmets.
The Active Living Faire is organized to promote health and fitness for visitors to the Wolf
The Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative is a A not-for-profit organization and land trust, 219 933-7149 or 312 220-0120, http://www.wolflakeinitiative.org
On-line registration is required for all events. Consult AWLI’s website at www.wolflakeinitiative.org or call 219-933-7149.
Highlights include: • Wolf Lake Pavilion • Amaizo Channel • Eggers Grove • William Powers Recreation Area • Nike Missle Base • Indian Creek • Powderhorn Lake • Calumet Container Site • George Lake.
Registration deadline for the Labor Day Bike Ride is August 28. Bike riders are required to wear helmets.
The Active Living Faire is organized to promote health and fitness for visitors to the Wolf Lake watershed. It is free to the public.
AWLI is a not-for-profit organization and land trust seeking to protect and enhance the Wolf Lake watershed.
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