Calendar


01/03/2018
Wednesday Nite at the Lab
7:30PM UW Biotechnology Center Auditorium Madison, Wisconsin

Presentation: Archaeological Investigations of the Mines of the Baraboo Iron Range
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWBgVT6RCj4
01/20/2018
Central Wisconsin Scuba Club Annual Dinner
5:30PM Gulliver's Landing, 1701 Mallard Ln., Wausau, Wisconsin

Presentation Great Lakes Shipwrecks of Wisconsin
01/27/2018
Oconomowoc Historical Society
10:20AM 103 West Jefferson Street, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

Maritime Archaeology and Shipwrecks of Wisconsin: Discover some of the more than 750 ships that have been lost in Wisconsin waters, many of which lie on the bottom of Lake Michigan.
http://www.oconomowochistoricalsociety.org
02/17/2018
Our World Underwater
Feb. 17-18 Chicago

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table and will be presenting information about our 2017 field season and use of deep submergence technologies to monitor shipwrecks as well as a presentation on the Christmas Tree Ship Rouse Simmons
http://ourworldunderwater.com
03/02/2018
Upper Midwest Scuba and Adventure Travel Show
March 2-3 Minneapolis

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table and will be presenting information about our 2017 field season and work on the Harriet B. shipwreck lost in over 650 feet of water.
http://www.umsatshow.org/
03/03/2018
Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival
March 3 Ann Arbor, Michigan

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table.
https://greatlakesshipwreckfestival.org/
03/07/2018
Motor City Badger's Founders Day
Detroit, Michigan

Presentation Great Lakes Shipwrecks of Wisconsin
03/09/2018
Canoecopia
March 8-11 Madison, Wisconsin

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table and will be presenting information about accessing shallow water shipwrecks for paddlers.
http://www.canoecopia.com
03/20/2018
Bethel Christian Men's Fellowship
10:30AM 312 Wisconsin Ave., Madison, Wisconsin

Presentation Maritime Archaeology and Shipwrecks of Wisconsin
03/22/2018
Wisconsin Archeological Consultant's Workshop
Presentation Shipwrecks of Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Marine Sanctuary
04/06/2018
UW Science Expeditions
7PM Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium

Expeditionary Sciences: Presentation on underwater archaeology in Wisconsin and presentation on science in Greenland that will involve a film presentation.
04/10/2018
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
6PM Schlitz Audubon Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Water Currents: Prelude to Four Sea Interludes
The Schlitz Audubon Nature Center and the Milwaukee Symphony explore how seafaring and shipping have impacted the Great Lakes. This event, inspired by the seafaring themes of Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes “Four Sea Interludes,” includes a live performance by MSO musicians. The performance will be accompanied by a fascinating talk about the many shipwrecks off the Wisconsin coast of Lake Michigan – now being considered for historic preservation status – given by Tamara Thomsen, a maritime archaeologist with the Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology program. An important corridor for shipping, those same vessels have imported invasive species that threaten the historic shipwreck sites. How do we preserve these sites and protect our Great Lakes. Refreshments will be served.
https://www.mso.org/concerts/water-sea-interludes/
09/06/2018
Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Conference
September 6-8, National Museum of the Great Lakes, Toledo, Ohio

http://www.aglmh.net/annual-meeting-and-conference/
11/02/2018
Gales of November Maritime History Conference
November 3-4 Duluth, Minnesota

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table.
http://www.lsmma.com/activities_events/gales_november.html
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