Other Education Programs

Lunch Program for Adults

a picture of soup and a sandwich

There are currently no Lunch programs scheduled but we hope to resume this program in the future.


Monthly programs covering a wide variety of topics over soup and sandwich at 12 pm. Please register to ensure we have enough soup! $5 Ph. 920 849 1471



7 people on snowshoes on a night hike. they are standing, there is a full moon in the background.Evening Snowshoe Hike


Sat., Jan 15th, 5pm


Snowshoe with a naturalist to enjoy the beauty of the woods under the light of the full moon. Learn about some of the special adaptations our animals have for surviving long winter nights. Listen for calling owls.

$6 per person (includes snowshoe rental if needed).

Program is dependent on weather and adequate snow cover.

Registration starts Jan., 12th.          Register here.


winter stary sky with tree branch silhouettes around the edge Stars and Snowshoes 


Sat., Jan. 29th 5:30-7:30pm.


'The Winter Stars as a Window to Space Time in the Universe....'

There will be an indoor presentation and then if weather allows we will snowshoe hike to see what we can see. 

Snowshoe rental will be available on the night for $5.

Join Dr. John Beaver, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at UW Oshkosh and author of The Big Picture: The Universe in Five S.T.E.P.S. as he takes us on a journey across space and time, through the lens of the early-evening winter stars and constellations! 

By donation.                          Register here.

6 Siberian huskies wearing harnesses for dogsledding.Dogsledding


Sat., Feb. 5th, 9:00 am


Learn about Siberian Huskies and the sport of dogsledding. Observe the harnessing process in preparation for riding. Program is outdoors, snow not necessary. Rides are only available for children 12 years and under.

Program only $2, program + ride $8.

 All tickets sold in advance- limited ride tickets available.

Tickets on sale from Feb. 1st.                                            Purchase Tickets Here

The head of a great-horned-owl. It has big yellow eyes.All About Owls, Live Owl Program 

Sat. Feb. 19th, 1:00-2:00pm.


Join Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary’s Head Naturalist as she brings in a few of the live owls that they care for. Learn about why they are in the care of the sanctuary, and discover their nesting and behavior patterns in the winter and early springtime. This is an event you won’t want to miss, so be sure to register in advance. 

Register here.                By donation.

A full moon shining through trees at nightEvening Snowshoe Hike

Sat., Feb. 19th, 6pm


Snowshoe with a naturalist to enjoy the beauty of the woods under the light of the full moon. Learn about some of the special adaptations our animals have for surviving long winter nights. Listen for calling owls.

$6 per person (includes snowshoe rental if needed). Registration required.

Program is dependent on weather and adequate snow cover.

Registration begins Feb. 15th. 

 Register here.