Crossroads at Big Creek continues to celebrate water and nature with this week’s hikes. Hikes are free and open to the public.
On May 12, Crossroads focuses on water with a walk to the dock and lecture. At 10 am join in for an hour-long walk to the dock on The Cove Preserve. Participants can observe the place where Big Creek flows into Sturgeon Bay. Hikers should wear shoes that can get wet. Meet in the grass parking area on 20th Place, just off Utah Street.
At 2 pm, “Water and the Geology of Door County” will be presented in the lecture hall of the Collins Learning Center. This programs explains how the glaciers shaped the peninsula and continue to influence the flow of water.
Crossroads celebrates Mother’s Day, May 13, with an hour-long hike, starting at 1 pm. Bring the family to look for spring flowers with mom. Some trails may still be wet. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.
Crossroads at Big Creek is a donor supported education center with three preserves. The Collins Learning Center, located at 2041 Michigan Street, is open 2-4 pm daily and during scheduled events.