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the wonderful world of rotting logs at Trees For Tomorrow tuesday morning Family Program

Family Nature Programs
June 18 - August 10, 2017

Tuesdays AND Thursdays

Check-in begins at 10:15am
in the Education Hall

For 4-7 year olds + adults.
Explore the wonders of the Northwoods through activities designed for families to enjoy together! Minimum of one adult for every three child participants. Cost: $4 per person (child and adult). Pre-registration is NOT required.

FREE small ice cream cone!

Bring an unexpired dry or canned food item for the Vilas County Food Pantry to any Trees For Tomorrow summer program and receive a coupon for a free small cone from Dairy Queen in Eagle River. Offer good while coupons last.

2017 Schedule

June 20 Color Me Camouflaged June 22 Diggin’ in the Dirt 
June 27 To Be a Tree June 29 Remarkable Reptiles
July 4 NO PROGRAM July 6 Critter Catching
July 11 Hunters of the Sky July 13 Furry Friends
July 18 Go with the Flow July 20 Color Me Camouflaged
July 25 Diggin’ in the Dirt July 27 To Be a Tree
August 1 Remarkable Reptiles August 3 Hunters of the Sky
August 8 Furry Friends August 10 Go with the Flow

Program Descriptions

Color Me Camouflaged – Discover how animals blend into their surroundings through a series of hide-and-seek activities.

Diggin’ in the Dirt – Join us as we explore rotting logs and dig in the soil to discover who’s living beneath our feet.

To Be a Tree – Discover the amazing lives of trees first-hand as you create your own tree costume and transform into a tree before our eyes!

Remarkable Reptiles – Explore the world of these cold-blooded critters and meet TFT’s live reptiles up close.

Critter Catching – Join us to discover what is wriggling under the water as we net for critters at Silver Lake. Close-toed shoes or boots are required! Meet at Silver Lake.

Hunters of the Sky – Learn about the lives of Wisconsin’s birds of prey, test your wings in a migration game, and meet TFT’s live hawk.

Furry Friends – Get hands-on with some mammal pelts and bones, then explore the forest for signs of our furry friends.

Go with the Flow – Learn how water is constantly on the move as you travel through the water cycle and leave with your very own rain stick.Worms, slugs, and bugs – oh my! Join us as we go hunting for some creepy crawlies in the forest.