You are cordially invited to OHC’s Annual Dinner on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at the Red Bicycle Hall in historic downtown Madison, Indiana. We’ll enjoy a social hour with fellow nature lovers at 5:30pm, and begin our program at 6:30pm.
Your $30 admission helps fund conservation in southeast Indiana, and includes:
- Presentation by Scott Russell Sanders, a nature writer who focuses on Indiana. He will give a short talk about the natural history of the Ohio River, based on his essay “The Force of Moving Water.” We’ll also be featuring the work of local nature photographer Bernie Kasper!
- Fine dining with local beer and wine available.
- An evening in this restored 19th century building. Learn more about the Red Bicycle Hall by clicking here.
- A fun, nature-themed silent auction, including tickets to the Shedd Aquarium, Perfect North Slopes, and much more. Details below.
- An update on Oak Heritage Conservancy’s conservation progress
- A chance to connect with other nature enthusiasts
Buy Tickets Today
We hope you’ll join us for the Annual Dinner.
You can purchase your tickets online (below), or by mailing the information below and a check to: Oak Heritage Conservancy, PO Box 335, Hanover, Indiana 47243. You may reserve tickets or ask questions about the dinner by contacting Liz at [email protected].
Looking for a gift, for that nature-lover in your life? Our silent auction is the place to be.
Many thanks to the individuals, businesses, and organizations who contribute to our auction! They have generously donated:
- Four tickets to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago
- Two ski lift passes at Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg, Indiana
- Two passes to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky
- Two tickets to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
- And many more special items, to be announced!
To donate an item or service for our silent auction, contact Liz at [email protected].