Community members are invited to help battle invasive species at Crossroads at Big Creek on July 13, 10 am. No experience is necessary; work gloves are recommended. Meet at the maintenance building.
Family programs will continue July 16, 10 am, with Rocks and Fossils. Door County sits on fossil beds that are millions of years old, so participants of all ages will discover the fossils right below their feet. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.
Search the migratory routes of hummingbirds, robins, orioles, whooping cranes and monarch butterflies during the all-ages Soar with Fantastic Flyers program July 17, 10 am. Meet in the Collins Learning Center.
Visit the 1890s-style Heritage Garden on July 18, 10 am, to observe the kinds of flowers, herbs and vegetables that Wisconsin settlers grew and used for food, seasonings and home remedies. Meet at the garden gate.
The Collins Learning Center, 2041 Michigan St., is open weekdays, 10 am – 4 pm; and weekends and during scheduled activities, 1-4 pm. All programs are free and open to the public.