Kids Summer Programs
List of Events
Create paintings by tracing stones and/or do some painting on rocks. Take home your creations! This program kicks off our Summer Kids' Programming.
Bart, from Northwoods Wildlife Center, will be here with live birds. Learn all about birds of prey in Wisconsin. Held at the outdoor pavilion if weather permits or in the library if raining.
Learn to identify and make many of the sounds that surround us when we are out in the natural world-from the wolf howl to the sound of wind. Make and take a musical instrument to take home!
Learn all about the fun adaptations of frogs, their life cycle and what kinds of frogs we have here in the North woods. Held at the outdoor pavilion if weather permits or in the library if raining
Kathy, from Grandma's Toy box and The Rock Shop in Eagle River will be here to show and explain different kinds of rocks. Kids will take home a souvenir bag. Held in the library-downstairs
Learn about the adaptations of snakes from Licia, while we take a look at our live education snake, Maize. We will make a snake craft to take home! Held in the library-downstairs
See live bees and learn about beekeeping with beekeeper Sonny from Sonny Bees Honey Farm! Held in the library-downstairs
Meet “Ester” the saber-tooth cat! Hold a woolly mammoth tusk! Learn about the iconic animals of the ice age and the people who lived alongside them. Held in the library-downstairs