Crossroads at Big Creek continues its family programming with The Five Senses, on July 9, 10 am, when participants will explore nature through the five senses. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.
The July 10 program, Heritage Garden, welcomes guests to the 1890s-style heritage garden to observe the flowers, herbs and vegetables that Wisconsin settlers grew and used for food, seasonings and home remedies. Meet at the garden gate at 10 am.
A special guest will stop by July 10, 4 pm: the 2019 American Honey Queen and third-generation beekeeper, Hannah Sjostrom. She will join the Door County Beekeepers to present a program about the beekeeping industry.
Search for butterflies during the July 11 family program at 10 am by exploring Crossroads’ fields and gardens with a hand lens and collecting net. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.
The Friends of Crossroads group will continue its invasives work party July 13, 10 am. Wear work gloves and clothing that can get dirty, and meet at the maintenance building.
The Collins Learning Center is open 10 am – 4 pm on weekdays and 1-4 pm on weekends. The center will be closed on July 4.