Public Programs Calendar of Events

Dinner and a Movie 

Dinner 5:30p.m.

Movie 6:30p.m.

This series continues in 2016 with the 9th year of environmental films not normally seen in mainstream cinemas. The movies are presented in a "mid-screen format" (smaller than a theater but much bigger than a large screen TV) following a hearty winter feast in our dining room. Each film is selected on the basis of a thought-provoking environmental topic or for breath-taking cinematography. A discussion on the environmental themes and implications presented in the movies will follow. Join us for a fun and enlightening evening.

Cost: Dinner $15 each. Movie and discussion is free.

Arctic Dance: the Mardy Murie Story - February 3

"Simply put, Mardy Murie is a national treasure. Her life has made a certain kind of life possible for the rest of us. Generations to come will feel her imprint, though they may not know it was how she lived her life that allowed them to witness some of the last wild places on earth." - Robert Redford

Chicken Parmesan with Angel Hair Pasta

Golden pieces of lightly breaded chicken breast are baked in a homemade tomato sauce and topped with mozzarella cheese on a bed of angel hair pasta.

Tequila Lime Shrimp Skewers

Unique Tiki Island sugar cane shrimp marinated in a zesty tequila lime combination, lightly grilled. Served with a lime wedge.


Eggplant Parmesan with Angel Hair Pasta

Lightly breaded eggplant slices baked till golden brown, topped with a homemade marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese on a bed of angel hair pasta.

Register By: January 30

Click here to register for the February 3 Dinner and a Movie.


The Refuge: American Wilderness Icon - March 2

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of our nation's greatest wilderness icons. For decades, millions of Americans have fought to keep the Coastal Plain of the Arctic Refuge out of the hands of the oil industry. Williams, an award-winning author and passionate advocate for the preservation of the American Western wilderness, narrates this stunning visual odyssey, and outlines both the majesty of the Arctic Refuge and the irreversible destruction that would be wrought should the oil indusrty get its way.

Beef Burgundy with Pearl Onions and Mushrooms

A French dish that the beef is braised in a red wine with garlic, onion and mushrooms. Melt in your mouth bits of beef, rich wine reduction and pearl onions and mushrooms served over risotto.

Blackened Salmon with Mango Salsa

Our salmon filets are well seasoned and blackened to seal in the flavorful juices, served with our mango salsa. The combination of heat with chill and sweet with spicy makes this an impressive main dish.

Pasta Primavera

Melody of fresh vegetables and herbs in a light garlic tomato basil sauce served over pasta and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.

Register By: February 24

Click here to register for the March 2 Dinner and a Movie.

Design e2: The Economics of Being Environmentally Conscious - March 15

Narrated by Brad Pitt and masterfully shot in high-definition, Design e2 introduces us to the inventive leaders and technologies driving sustainable practices worldwide and challenges us to live smarter, live greener and live with the future in mind.

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Tender slow cooked corned beef brisket with savory cabbage, a traditional Irish dish.

Garlic and Herb Tilapia with Cucumber Salsa

Lightly seasoned and breaded tilapia filet baked till golden brown served with our own cucumber salsa.

Mushroom Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Tender cabbage leaves stuffed with mushrooms, garlic, onion and peppers baked in a homemade tomato sauce.

Register By: March 8

Click here to register for the March 15 Dinner and a Movie. 

Vanishing of the Bees - March 29

Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives. Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon threatens the loss of much more than honey as we depend on honeybees to pollinate one third of the food on our tables.

Grilled Honey Glazed Pork Loin with Apple Butter

Tender pork loin marinated in a sweet and savory honey sauce, seared on the grill and slow baked, sliced and served with warm apple butter.

Honey Garlic Grilled Chicken Breast

Lightly seasoned grilled chicken breast brushed with our signature honey garlic sauce.

Zucchini Cakes

These light patties are packed with flavor. Shredded zucchini, onions, carrots and spices make up this simple vegetarian entrée. Served with Treehaven’s signature southwest ranch sauce.

Register By: March 22

Click here to register for the March 29 Dinner and a Movie.

My Life as a Turkey - April 12

Based on a true story, this beautiful, charming, funny, sad, and thought provoking film explores one of those rare moments when a man and animal unwittingly become more closely linked than nature normally allows. Joe Hutto, wildlife artist and naturalist, lived as a turkey mother, taking on the full time job of raising 16 turkey chicks. He learned their language and their ways, and in time, he became about as close to being a turkey in human skin as nature permits.

Walnut Chicken with Bourbon Sauce

Seasoned chicken breast lightly dredged and coated in a walnut breading, seared till light brown. Served with a snappy bourbon sauce on the side.

Beef Ravioli with Creamy Mushroom Vino Sauce

These large pasta pockets are filled with beef and cheese and topped with our homemade creamy mushroom vino sauce.

Cheese Ravioli with Creamy Mushroom Vino Sauce

These large pasta pockets and filled with three cheeses and topped with our homemade creamy mushroom vino sauce.

Register By: April 5

Click here to regsiter for the April 12 Dinner and a Movie.


Treehaven Tromp

Saturday, February 6
10K: 10:00a
m 5K: 10:15am

Treehaven is the perfect destination for a great snowshoe race! Racers have found the course on our 1400 acres both beautiful and challenging, and our warm and inviting lodge is the ideal setting for the post race festivities.

Join us for the 5K snowshoe race/fun run or participate in the 10K, which is a United States Snowshoe Association sanctioned event. Both races are a part of the Braveheart Snowshoe Racing Series (

Cost: $35 - Includes race registration, awards ceremony, all-you-can-eat chili luncheon, refreshments, and a high performance wicking T-shirt.
Children under 12 are half price with a registered adult.
Early Bird Discount: Register by January 8 to save $5 and to ensure that a T-shirt will be available in your size.

Cost: $85/room for up to four - Includes breakfast, linens, sheets, pillow, blanket, towels and bar soap.

Click here to register for the Treehaven Tromp.


Wolf Ecology Workshop
Saturday, February 13 9:00am - Sunday, February 14 12:00pm

Experience shared learning with other wolf enthusiasts while tracking, studying in the classroom and field, and learning from professionals and members of the Timber Wolf Information Network in Treehaven’s Northwoods setting.

Full Package: $165.00/person

Includes four meals, Saturday night lodging and instruction.

Commuter Package: $115.00/person

Includes lunch and dinner on Saturday, lunch on Sunday and instruction.

Register by: February 5


An extended wolf ecology class that includes the course at Treehaven is available. Click here for more information.


Yoga and the Four Functions of the Mind

Friday, February 26 5:00pm - Sunday, February 28 12:00pm

Yoga is a practice designed to bring more awareness to both our bodies and our minds. During our retreat we will explore the four functions of the mind to help cultivate a calmer more peaceful life. We will also practice Hatha yoga, meditate, build community, and have fun!

Instructor Bio: Gigi Heinz's teaching style is infused with passion and energy. She enjoys connecting with her students and sharing her love of yoga. She has a BS in Health Promotion & Wellness from UWSP, is an RYT500 with Yoga Alliance, and is certified as a Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapy.

Weekend Package: $280.00

Includes five meals, double occupancy lodging* and four yoga sessions

Commuter Package: $230.00

Includes two meals and four yoga sessions

Register by: February 19

Click here to register for Yoga and the Four Functions of the Mind.

Treehaven's Public Programs offers a wide variety of opportunities to get you or your family outdoors and having fun.  Offerings range, from nature related crafts and skills such as snowshoe weaving or outdoor photography to in depth study of wolves or opportunity to become proficient in Leave-No-Trace, backpacking, yoga and much more.  College credit is often available.  Weekend workshops generally run Friday night through Sunday lunch and are all inclusive with instruction, great meals and comfortable lodging all on site.

For more information contact Treehaven at 715-453-4106.