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2017 PLYC Calendar
 
 
All PLYC Families: Join us for the Retro Regatta Party! 

Saturday, July 22 from 5:30-9:30 pm
Anne & Fritz Seidel's home

ALL PLYC members are invited! This is a family-friendly party for all our PLYC members, so bring the whole family for some fun after the WYA regatta. Please RSVP by July 7.

Printable Retro Regatta Invitation

Questions? Contact Nina Fiedler at nfiedler007@gmail.com

Click the arrow play button below to get into the Retro Regatta vibe with Jimmy Buffet's "Sail on Sailor"!




PLYC Sailing Video
 
 
To purchase a permanent copy of this video for $25, please email andyschubert@me.com. Checks may be written out to Andrew Schubert. Includes one flash drive on which the video is contained.
 

PLYC 125th Video

 
  
 
125th Anniversary Books
 
 
Only 50 copies left! The 125th Anniversary Books are available for $75. This 110-page book is a compilation of the events of the PLYC over the last 25 years, including a wonderful summary of our PLYC and Chenequa history, map of residents, quarter century of winners, articles on each sailing fleet, and the memorable social events that occurred since 1990.
Once the 50 are sold out, you'll have to order directly from the publisher. Please call Melissa Myers at 262-490-3535 or email at MelissaRMyers@me.com to obtain your copy.
 
 

In accordance with Wisconsin Statutes §33.23(1), the following is created and adopted: (4) SPEED RESTRICTIONS.  (e) DAYTIME SPEED RESTRICTIONS, NIGHTTIME SPEED RESTRICTIONS. A person shall operate or use a motorboat or personal watercraft at speeds no greater than 45 miles per hour from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset each day. A person shall operate or use a motorboat or personal watercraft at slow-no-wake speed from one hour after sunset each day until one hour before sunrise of the next day.

 


The Wisconsin DNR has grandfathered all existing piers as of March 31,  2012. New piers must be approved in advance but existing piers do not need a permit. Click here for a link to the DNR site.



Tom Schubert did some research on his home and came across this interesting article that was published 1895 that describes his home and the surrounding area in great detail. If you are interested in local history take a look.  Kirkwood article

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