Other Education Programs

Lunch Program for Adults

a picture of soup and a sandwich

There are currently no Lunch programs scheduled but we hope to resume this program in the future.


Monthly programs covering a wide variety of topics over soup and sandwich at 12 pm. Please register to ensure we have enough soup! $5 Ph. 920 849 1471



Focus on Outdoor Fun 

Each Thursday at 10am

4 little children next to a pond. They are looking at a frog that a lady is holding.$15 for 6 classes.

A fun and hands-on discovery of the natural world for children 3-5 years. Each Thursday we will explore a different topic. Program will include a short hike (outdoors) with plenty of hands on discovery, and a craft. Children must be accompanied by an Adult.

June 17th – Frogs and tadpoles

June 24th – Slithering snakes

July 1st – Flowers

July 8th – What do we find under logs? 

July 15th – Where does your food come from?

July 22nd – Towering Trees

Please pre-register ph. 920 849 1471

Wisconsin Reptiles and Amphibians, Live!

Sat., July 10, 1pm.

Naturalist and wildlife biologist Randy (Randyman) Hetzel will be bringing in anywhere from 10 to 15 live species of Wisconsin’s reptiles and amphibians. Randy is an expert in wildlife biology, and will even bring in a live timber rattlesnake (locked down) and an adult snapping turtle! A fun and educational program for the whole family!

Pre-registration required ph. 920 849 1471.

By donation.

A hand holding 2 baby opossumsQuirky Mammals with Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Live!

Sat., July 24, 1pm.


We love all of our furry friends, even the ones that we may not typically wish to encounter in the wild. Join Jody Sperduto of Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary as she brings in a live skunk, opossum, and woodchuck! These mammals have their place, and we want to show you why they are important members of our local ecosystem. A family friendly educational program!

Call to pre-register, space is limited! 

By donation.

Pale pink colored cone flowers in front with other wildflowers in the background.Prairie Wildflower Hike

 Sun., July 25, 1pm.


Are you interested in wildflowers?

Join a naturalist for a wonder through the prairie to enjoy the splendor of the peak summer bloom.

Learn some interesting facts, ecological importance, and some growing tips for creating your own prairie habitat or wildflower garden.

Please register in advance. Ph. 920 849 1471

$4 per person.