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Those who have attended the 8th International Oak Conference or the post-conference tour, in October 2015, have already seen Dan's documentary covering his 20 years of traveling with the Oak Society. 

Dan has been working on a second version of his movie, “tweaking parts, putting in new audio (narrative & sound effects), and putting in over 100 subtitles identifying places, botanical terms, & species names.”

He will be showing the documentary on the 21st of February, in New Richmond, Wisconsin.  If you are in the neighborhood, please do not hesitate to come. 



An entertaining documentary covering 20 years of
one man's travels w/ the International Oak Society.

(67 minutes)

Filmed, edited, narrated, & produced by: Dan "Oakman" Keiser

New Richmond, Wisconsin 54017

2:pm Social Hour - 3:pm Film Showing
Free Admission - First Beer Is Complimentary

Staff needs a headcount, please RSVP to dantheoakman@yahoo.com.


 I-94 East to 65 North (L)
North 65 to W. Richmond Way
West (L) to Madison Ave. (125th St.)
North (R) to Barley John's at 1280 (on R)
[Allow 1 hour drive time from Mpls]


36 East to 95 North to Stillwater, cross river
Turns into 35 North (L) then into 64 East
64 to Exit 12 (R), Bus. 64 to Hwy 'A' South (R)
Hwy 'A' South to W. Richmond Way
East (L) to Madison Ave. (125th St.)
North (L) to Barley John's at 1280 (on R)