November activities for the Put-in-Bay community:
Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center breaks ground on a building addition this morning! The Center could not have gotten to this point without the amazing support from our community. Thank-you to all who donated and supported the journey towards improving the Nature and Wildlife Center. They continue to serve the community and follow the mission of promoting conversation about and education pertinent to the flora, fauna, and lands of the Lake Erie Islands ecosystem.
Friday morning at 6am the Put-in-Bay Panthers started the 2019-20 basketball campaign.
The panthers start the season off every year with Morning Madness–a tradition initiated almost 30 years ago. The Panthers are excited to start the year and work hard to get ready for the basketball season. The girls look for continued success coming off an undefeated season, and the boys look to bounce back after an injury-riddled season.
The Panthers’ main goal this year is to win the Great Lakes Island Tournament held on Mackinac Island. The tournament takes place in December; more details to come. Go Panthers–Get Your Grrrowl On!
Next year’s Put-in-Bay Road Races and Reunion event is scheduled for September 29 – October 2, 2020. Racing takes place on Wednesday September 30 and Thursday October 1, 2020. Building on the enthusiastic response from this year’s Tin-Top feature race, organizers open the gates to all eligible Saabs and VW-powered cars. Turners, whose North American Reunion has been part of several previous Put-in-Bay events, are also invited back.