JAN. 29, FEB 3, 10 and 19, 2015
Check out this winter's great line-up of talks sure to inspire every level of outdoor enthusiast. The series includes local adventurers and nationally known outdoor personalities.
Feb. 3 & 10
1301 E Siebenthaler Ave # 2
Dayton, OH 45414-5397
Take I-75 to Wagner Ford Rd./Siebenthaler Ave. Exit and turn right on to N. Dixie Dr. and then left on Siebenthaler Ave. Pass Ridge Ave. and turn right on the park's drive at the bottom of the hill before the bridge. The Wegerzyn Center is located in the center of the building.
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435
Take 675 to to exit 17, North Fairfield Road. Head north on North Fairfield Road to the stoplight at Colonel Glenn Highway.
Turn left on Colonel Glenn Highway. Turn right at the second traffic light onto University Blvd. Follow the signs to the Visitor's Parking Lot. The Student Union is adjacent to the lot.
Presented since 1888 in Washington, D.C., and in major cities across North America, National Georaphic Live is National Geographic's popular and inspiring speaker series. Now, National Geographic Live brings the excitement of National Geographic from the page and screen to the stage of the Victoria Theatre in Dayton.
7:00 PM, Jan. 8, 2015: WSU Student Union - Endeavor Room
The British Mountaineering Council hosts an International Climbers' Meet in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland every two years. In 2012, Scott Fife was chosen by the American Alpine Club ... VIEW FULL DETAILS >>
7:00PM, Feb. 10, 2015: Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark
In the summer of 2014, Ian set his sights on tackling an adventure unlike anything he'd done before. With his brother, Shane, driving alongside with support and gear, Ian planned to cycle 3207 miles across the United States ... VIEW FULL DETAILS >>
7:00 pm, Feb. 19, 2015: WSU Student Union - Endeavor Room
For Tom Helbig, turning 40 was a cause for celebration that was going to be remembered with a milestone of adventures. In his 40th year, Tom challenged himself to complete 40 different adventures of 40 miles or more with 40 different people. ... VIEW FULL DETAILS >>