Calling all 4-7 year olds! Explore and discover the wonders of Wisconsin animals and plants through kid-friendly activities and crafts. An adult must be present with child.
June 10: Following Flowers
“Trees” is alive with color. Join us as we learn how flowers help plants grow!
June 17: Home Sweet Fur
Fuzzy and Furry are always fun to cuddle with, but where do mammals go when we can’t see them. Come learn about a variety of mammal homes on the “Trees” property.
June 24: Twig DIY
Trees are all around us and can help us make lots of fun things. Today we will be making leaf prints and neat twig frames!
July 1: Sounds of Summer
Large and small, day and night, birds can be seen and heard at almost all times of the day. Join us for a “sounds” walk and meet our amazing bird friends Orion the Great Horned Owl and Apollo the Red Tailed Hawk.
July 8: Frozen in July
Ice didn’t just take over Wisconsin this winter, it also covered the Northwoods 12,000 years ago. Come change some landscapes yourself in our morning program about glaciers.
July 15: Slither and Slime
If it’s different does that make it scary? Come learn about reptiles and amphibians, some of our more “different” animals. Woody the turtle, Google and Greta the ball pythons and our salamanders are anxious to meet you.
July 22: Flutterby Butterfly
Butterflies are more than just pretty bugs. They go through a long process to become a butterfly. Learn what it takes to become a butterfly and help us catch, identify, and release other insect friends.
July 29: Life in the Lake
Ever wonder what lives under the water? Join us as we walk to Silver Lake and catch some amazing critters that live just under the surface.
August 5: Weather Wonders
Storms move in and rain on our parades, weather is truly amazing. Learn why and enjoy making your own weather with a rain and cloud craft!
August 12: Nature Olympics
The best way to get close to nature is to spend quality time outside. At our last family program of the season we will celebrate with fun outdoor games that makes us feel a little closer to nature.
Free small ice cream cone!
Bring an unexpired, non-perishable food item for the Vilas County Food Pantry to any Trees For Tomorrow summer program & receive a coupon for a free small cone from Dairy Queen in Eagle River. (Offer good while coupon supplies last.)