Join us under the pavilion at Weitkamp Park. Everyone welcome. No registration.
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Join us at the Weitkamp Park Pavilion. Everyone welcome. No registration required.
Join naturalist Ashley Goldbeck at the Weitkamp Park Pavilion and learn about the animals that live along the St. Croix River. She’ll bringing some snake and turtle friends for us to see. Everyone welcome. No registration required.
Some animals have the luxury of skipping the harsh winter weather by snoozing away in cozy dens and other homes. Come and learn about these sleepy animals that practice different forms of hibernation. We’ll play a trivia game called “Who’s Hibernating”, and see how well you know your Wisconsin Hibernators. There will be small prizes… Read more »
StoryWalk* Join us for a walk through downtown Hudson for a *StoryWalk and read “What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night – A Very Messy Adventure.” Click here for a map: Story Map. Click here after you finish the walk for a chance to win the book, “What the Dinosaurs Did the Night Before Christmas.” *The… Read more »
Observe live raptors, learn about their similarities and differences, and hear about adaptations a bird of prey has to help it survive. Because the library building is closed due to storm damage, we will be holding this program at the Hudson Middle School in Gym B. Everyone is welcome!
A planet in our Solar System Walk is missing! And we need your help. Join Mr. Chris at the check-in table outside at the Phipps on Tuesday, October 5th, 5:30 – 6:30 pm to get your popcorn, sidewalk chalk and a map. Use the chalk to add comets, stars or any other cosmic creation as… Read more »
Join the Hudson Area Library and Colossal Fossils under the pavilion at Weitkamp Park for “Whale of a Tale.” There will be a collection of both modern and prehistoric whale bones and opportunities for hands-on fun. All ages welcome.
Buzz, bang, pop, and sizzle! Students will learn about sound waves, how those waves are created, and how they change! This interactive workshop will use music and hands-on learning to entertain and educate little ones about the science of sound. Kids will be able to take home a kit of materials to continue the hands-on… Read more »