BRISTOL — The Pringle Nature Center, situated at 9800 a hundred and sixtieth Ave. inside Bristol Woods County Park, is internet hosting a StoryWalk path in cooperation with the Kenosha Public Library via May 31.
The free program “allows families to learn about the changing seasons while hiking the yellow trail in Bristol Woods County Park,” organizers stated. Visitors can stroll the path any time, beginning on the trailhead behind the character heart and following the storybook indicators via the woods. The story is “When Spring Comes” by Kevin Henkes.
From 10 a.m. to three p.m. on Wednesday, May 6, Pringle Nature Center could have free gear leases as a part of Kenosha Tourism Week. Rentals of GPS items and Explorer Backpacks shall be accessible free (first-come, first-served) to all guests throughout that point interval.
On May 7, Pringle Nature Center is internet hosting a “Mother’s Day Ephemeral Wildflower Hikes” fundraiser.
The hikes begin at 10 and 11:30 a.m. Participants will find out about these diminutive however stunning crops on a one-hour naturalist-led hike, adopted by mild refreshments within the nature heart.
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Proceeds profit instructional programming at Pringle Nature Center. This occasion is for individuals age 16 and older, and pre-registration required. Visit www.pringlenc.org/occasions for registration and extra details about the hikes and different packages at Pringle.