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Science for Everyone - October

The topic for October 21 has changed:

Insects – What, Where, Why, and Who Cares?
Tuesday, Oct. 21, 7:00 pm at Riveredge

Join naturalist Kate Redmond as she explores the natural history of insects. How do they develop? What do they eat? How do they keep from getting eaten? What kinds of special talents do they have? And who is the BugLady, anyway? We will answer these questions and more during this very educational and fun presentation. 
Fee: Free ($5 Donation Appreciated)

Geology of the Kettle Moraine
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 7pm at Lac Lawrann

Dr. Paul Price from UW Washington County will discuss the glacial processes that formed the interlobate moraine that we call the Kettle Moraine as well as the glacial lakes, drumlins, kames, kettles, and other features associated with the local landscape. He will place those processes in the context of the pre-existing landscape and how it helped guide the glaciers as well as being shaped by them.

Fee: Free ($5 Donation Appreciated)

Fall Program Openings

The fall program schedule is out! Register today to assure your spot in these fun programs.

For more information on the programs, visit our Public Programs page.

To sign up, go to the online Registration site.
 

Little Hikers

The Headless Horseman Luminary Walk

Nature Story Time

Things that Go Bump in the Night

Mucking in the Mud

Campfire Cooking

Fungus Among Us

 

Master Plan & Annual Report

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