As it continues to celebrate water, Crossroads at Big Creek has launched a lecture series called Fish Tales. The first program was held March 21.
Programming on March 22, 2 pm, in the Collins Learning Center is a screening of 3D Sun: a half-hour documentary that was created with images from the twin research satellites of the NASA Stereo program. Afterward, viewers will visit the Stereo website to learn more about recent discoveries.
Crossroads is also offering two family programs. Water Play on March 25, 2 pm, is a Celebrate Water activity for primary-school-aged students and their younger siblings: a hands-on experience with water that could get clothes wet. During Fossils of Door County on March 26, 10 am, participants will learn about fossils through hands-on activities and, weather permitting, a real fossil hunt. All families will receive a folder for fossil identification.
The Door County Master Gardeners Association will continue its lecture series on March 26, 7 pm, with “Animals of Land and Water,” presented by Charlotte Lukes. She will show photos – most from the collection of her late husband, Roy – of many of Door County’s common animals.