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Trail Running Film Festival

@White Oak Savanna

Saturday, May 4th, 2024

Dodgeville, WI

Trail Running Film Festival

Driftless Endurance and Driftless Trail Collective present the 3rd Annual Trail Running Film Festival!!

Join us at the beautiful Lloyd Jones Barn Pavilion at White Oak Savanna for a fun evening celebrating all things trail running. Enjoy the inspiration of the Trail Running Film Festival, the beauty of the Driftless Area and the community of trail running in South Central Wisconsin as we watch, run, eat, and play!

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Date & Time

Date: May 4th, 2024

Doors Open: 3:00 PM

Screening Starts:: 4:00 PM

Location

Address: White Oak Savanna

4352 State Road 23,

 Dodgeville, WI 53533

Activities

​Tickets Include:

  • Film Showing

  • Live Music from Myles Talbott Dyad

  • Sunset Group Run 

  • Campfire & Smore's 

  • Games

  • Sauna (Kindled Community Sauna)

There will be food trucks and a bar with items for purchase. 

Venue

One of White Oak Savanna’s primary goals is to be a community-gathering place that cultivates economic development within, and broader appreciation for, the extraordinary Driftless Area. 

White Oak Savanna Events Farm & Sanctuary

The meticulously renovated Lloyd Jones Barn Pavilion is a unique vestige of rural Wisconsin farm history. It was built by Charles Lloyd Jones (Frank Lloyd Wright’s first cousin), a progressive, award-winning farmer in the 1920s

Renovated by an expert team of local architects and craftspeople, the Barn Pavilion now features a restored cathedral-like beamed ceiling, state-of-the-art theatrical lighting designed by an award winning lighting designer and large rolling barn doors that open to sweeping prairie vistas.

One of White Oak Savanna’s primary goals is to be a community-gathering place that cultivates economic development within, and broader appreciation for, the extraordinary Driftless Area. 

The Driftless Trail

The Driftless Area Land Conservancy (DALC) is leading this project to build the Driftless Trail which is a planned 50-mile loop that connects Tower Hill, Governor Dodge, and Blue Mounds State Parks. This is a foot-only trail, to be used for hiking, running, snowshoeing, or cross country skiing wandering through the woods, prairies, farms, bluffs and streams of Iowa County’s Driftless landscape. Attendees have the option to add a donation to DALC during registration if they choose. 

 

Camping and Lodging

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