Join Wisconsin Public Television at the Monona Terrace in Madison for a premiere screening of 'Wisconsin Water From the Air.'
Attendance is free and open to everyone. Seating in the auditorium available on a first-come, first-served basis.
2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18
One John Nolan Drive, Madison
Are you ready to come soar with us again?
In 2014's Wisconsin From the Air, we took flight above the state we call home. And, in 2016 Wisconsin Winter From the Air captured the visual wonder of our state's cold season.
Now, Wisconsin Water From the Air — an all-new, visually stunning program — takes us above, atop and along state waterways that inspire reflection, wonder and adventure. From the routes that the Wisconsin, Mississippi and St. Croix Rivers carve through the state’s landscape to the wide-stretching shores of Lake Michigan, celebrate the waterways that shape Wisconsin."
Don't miss your chance to see Wisconsin Water From the Air in its entirety on the big screen before the broadcast premiere Monday, Nov. 26 on Wisconsin Public Television. You'll also get to talk with the film's producers about the making of the film.
Special thanks to the Monona Terrace for their partnership in presenting this special community screening.
Funding for Wisconsin Water From the Air provided by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, Ron and Colleen Weyers, Roger and Lynn VanVreede, Francis A. and Georgia F. Ariens Fund within the Brillion Area Family of Funds, Holiday Vacations, Slater Family Fund, Stanley J. Cottrill Fund, Endres Manufacturing Company Foundation, John E. Kuenzl Foundation, the Focus Fund for Made in Wisconsin Programming, and Friends of Wisconsin Public Television.
Enjoy this clip from the show's first segment and share this video with your friends!