Building open Tues.-Sun. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and during special events.
Take Hwy. C west to Hwy. MB, south to entrance. Various free ongoing nature programs, exhibits, books and interactive learning stations. Outside, hike on wood chip trails through Bristol Woods upland forest — a majestic oak community. Cross country skiing and snow shoeing on all trails. Snowshoes available for rent. Located in a Kenosha County park - Bristol Woods.
Join Pringle as a story is read about a family on their way to a frozen lake high in the hills (A Winter Place by Ruth Yaffe Radin). This is a free event.
Join a naturalist for a walk through Bristol Woods. There must be at least 4” of snow. The cost is $5; please register by January 9.
Come and try your hand at some winter activities – snowshoeing, geocaching, and other fun outdoor winter activities. Come and leave when you like. This is a free event.
Join Pringle as a story is read about the sun and its importance to life on this planet (The Sun: Our Nearest Star by Franklyn M. Branley). This is a free event.
The weekend before the national Great Backyard Bird Count, come and make a feeder for your backyard to count the birds. Feeder price: $12.00. Please register in advance.
Enjoy the winter wonderland at night with loved ones while snowshoeing on a candlelit trail. Come and leave when you like. General public: $5.00. This is a weather permitting event.
Look at how pulleys and levers work. At the end, you’ll use your new knowledge to lift a log. General public $8.00; please register by February 13.
Come learn about the night sky and the seasons in our inflatable StarLab Planetarium. General public: $6.00; please register by February 27.
Join a naturalist and see see how amazing our feathered friends are and call them to see if they’ll call back. General public: $5.00; please register by March 5.
Join Pringle as a story is read about a Native American legend of how humans might have discovered the sweet juice that North Americans have processed into maple syrup for hundreds of years (Maple Moon by Connie Brummel Crook). This is a free event.