9:30 - 10 a.m.
Visit with a park ranger, discover what their job is, what equipment they use and visit a squad car.
1 – 3 p.m.
Need a service project? Want to help the environment and the park? Come help at our workday.
Children in 6th to 9th grade join us for fun experiments! This month, children will look at moon rocks.
The book Raccoons and Ripe Corn by Jim Arnosky will be read: as the moon rises a mother raccoon and her two young begin an all-night feast in a cornfield. Free.
8:30 - 11 p.m.
The Racine Astronomical Society will have several telescopes set up for visitors to look through at the park. Free.
Children in 6th to 9th grade join us for fun experiments! This month we’ll discover the environmental preferences of cockroaches.
Follow the red canoe as it journeys down river carrying the family on a camping tour. The book Three Days on a River in a Red Canoe by Vera B. Williams will be read. Free.
7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Come learn about the wonderful world of bats – how they use echolocation and how bats eat insects and not people! For ages 4 and up.
10 a.m. race time
Three nautical miles as you've never run before! See Downtown Kenosha historical sites AND raise money for the Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse!
All sea glass lovers are invited to attend. We will comb the beaches (including places where marbles are typically found!) of the Lake Michigan shoreline between Milwaukee and Kenosha (and perhaps northern Illinois if there's time), view fellow glassers’ collections, share knowledge and probably even a meal or two.