An educational program where historical interpreters from all over the country put on a program to represent what life was like during the fur trade era in the great lakes region. The program is free of charge and will be Oct. 4-6, 2012. Many students come to our event to witness what life was like at that time. Educational programs are also available, free of charge, to schools throughout the area.
The North Lakeland Discovery Center is a place where people can come to connect to the natural world. Our location in the Northwoods of Wisconsin is beautifully remote, surrounded by water and forests, and yet accessible to visitors. Whether you have vast experience in the outdoors or are new to exploring, we have a program for your interests and skill levels. Explore our current program offerings, and you will find learning adventures for adults, families and children – welcoming guests and members alike. From guided bird walks to canoe trips; pontoon cruises to cosmic campfires; and full-moon snow-shoe hikes to adult lectures and workshops; the North Lakeland Discovery Center provides lifelong learning and enriches the lives of residents and visitors alike.
Our educational programs are designed to be informational and interesting for all ages. Most programs are an hour long to include time for information, displays, audience participation, animal interactions, and questions. These programs are done regularly during the summer. Our tours include reptiles, amphibians, raptors and scavengers. These tours are appropriate for all ages and are indoor/outdoor. Tours last 30 minutes and leave every half hour during our open hours. There is no admission cost, but donations are greatly appreciated.
Adventures in the Spirit Creative Ministry, Inc. P.O. Box 521 Tomahawk, WI 54487 Phone: (715) 453-7518 • (715) 453-5776 E-mail: email@example.com Website:www.adventuresinthespirit.org The mission is based on reaching and teaching with the Gospel, but programs can be adjusted so they are not based on religion. Emphasis will be on strong core values and making positive personal choices that improve lives and the community. Programs include puppetry, prop building, God sticks and black light programs. Students are excited to participate and new members always welcome.