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Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

July 27th, 10:00am–12:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.

Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

July 27th, 1:00pm–3:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.

Summer Education Research Scholars (SERP) Research Presentations

Invitation to Attend Research Presentations

July 29th, 10:30am–12:00pm

Online

The Summer Education Research Program (SERP) is a 10-week summer research opportunity for students from historically underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in pursuing graduate education, sponsored by the School of Education in collaboration with the Graduate School. Students are paired with a faculty mentor to conduct research. There will be two sessions, 10:30AM-12:30PM & 2:00PM-3:30PM (CST). To register and view topics of student presentations please visit links provided.

Summer Education Research Scholars (SERP) Research Presentations

Invitation to Attend Research Presentations

July 29th, 2:00pm–3:30pm

Online

The Summer Education Research Program (SERP) is a 10-week summer research opportunity for students from historically underrepresented backgrounds, sponsored by the School of Education. Students are paired with a faculty mentor to conduct research. There will be two sessions, 10:30AM-12:30PM & 2:00PM-3:30PM (CST). To register and view topics of student presentations please visit links provided.

Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 3rd, 10:00am–12:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.

Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 3rd, 1:00pm–3:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.

Information and Observation Station

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 8th, 12:00pm–4:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Naturalists will be available in the outdoor classroom to answer questions and share knowledge and stories of the land. Add your trail observations to the phenology record, learn what others are seeing, and get recommendations for self-guided walks. Look for our "Roving Naturalist" to answer questions from the trails and in the gardens. Program is weather dependent and may be cancelled without notice. Free. Drop-in; no registration required.

Summer Nature Hike

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 8th, 1:00pm–2:30pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Learn about the land; plants, animals, and fungi; phenology; and ecological practices and concepts. Geared for adults, these longer walks may cover some sloping terrain. Meet in the outdoor classroom 5 minutes before start. Wear sturdy closed-toe shoes and come prepared for weather and insects. Walks take place rain or shine, except in unsafe weather. Free. Space is limited. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register by August 5 through Eventbrite: go.wisc.edu/7gwz2g.

Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 10th, 10:00am–12:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.

Summer Explorations: Outdoor Activities for Families

Arboretum Outdoor Program

August 10th, 1:00pm–3:00pm

Meet in outdoor classroom, east of Visitor Center

Take a walk, share stories, play games, create nature art, and explore in the nature play area. Keep track of your observations in a nature journal. Naturalists will lead outdoor activities and provide supplies. Designed for families with children of preschool and elementary ages. Adults must attend. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 24 with this form: go.wisc.edu/03ssym.