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Please call the center at 920-766-4733 at least one week prior to event to register for all events  
1000 Islands Environmental Center is open all year round
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM weekdays and
10:00 AM to 3:30 PM Saturdays and Sundays
December 13, Tuesday UPCYCLED HOLIDAY GIFTS 6:30 PM Use old materials to make wonderful new creations just in time for the gift giving season!
December 29, Thursday EAGLES ON THE FOX 4:30 PM Join the Naturalist at the KAUKAUNA PUBLIC LIBRARY to learn about our wintering bald eagles and head outside to watch for them along the river as the sun sets.
January 17, Tuesday SNOWY OWLS OF WISCONSIN 6:30 PM.  The past few winters have brought many snowy into the state.  Learn more about these magnificent birds, including why they are here and where you can safely view them.
January 28, Saturday EAGLE DAYS  All Day.  Join us for the 4th Annual celebration of the Bald Eagle.  Activities will include eagle observations, presentations, hands-on activities and craft for the kids.  Watch our Facebook page and website for more details.
February 10, Friday MOONLIGHT SNOWSHOE HIKE 6:30 PM Hike the trails with just the light of the moon, stars and naturalist to guide you. If there is ample snow on the ground we will lend out snowshoes to turn it into a snowshoe hike. Hot chocolate will be provided after the hike. Please register at least one week in advance.
March 18, Saturday KIWANIS PANCAKE & PORKIE BREAKFAST 9 AM - 12 PM Stop down for a delicious breakfast put on by the Kaukauna Kiwanis club and taste some 1000 Islands maple syrup. Visitors will also be encouraged to head outside and learn about the maple syrup making process. Tickets for the breakfast can be purchased at the door. The hike is free and open to all.
March 28, Tuesday SEED STARTING WORKSHOP 6:30 PM Learn the proper technique and timing for starting your garden plants from seed. The program will include some great info for adults as well some fun stories for kids. Everyone will leave with some planted seeds to care for.