Crossroads to Host EGGStravaganza, Fish Tales Lecture

Crossroads at Big Creek, 2041 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay, in collaboration with the Door County Historical Society, will host EGGStravaganza on April 3. During this annual celebration of eggs, kids may hunt for more than 1,000 eggs, 12-3 pm. 

At 1 pm and 2 pm, Crossroads will offer outdoor demonstrations and experiments focusing on the strength of an egg shell. Meet at the Collins Learning Center’s garden to attend this free program. Masks are required. 

The Fish Tales lecture series will continue April 8, 7 pm, with “Great Lakes Mass Marking Program for Trout and Salmon: Better Fisheries through Better Science.” Chuck Bronte, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fisheries biologist, will discuss how the mass marking technology that has tagged every Chinook salmon and lake trout stocked into Lake Michigan since 2010 has supported and improved fish management.

To join the virtual program, offered in collaboration with the Door County Library, visit, or request a link by emailing [email protected] with “Fish Tales” in the subject line.


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