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April - September
10 am – 6 pm daily
October - March
10 am – 4 pm daily
10 am – 4 pm daily
10 am – 4 pm, Mon - Fri
10 am - 1 pm, Sat
What is ephemeral art? Art that is only created with natural materials and is meant to get blown away by the wind or tumbled down by the rain. In this new class, we will explore early spring ephemerals around the garden and create art to match using only the things we find on the ground.
“Move like a great river; be still like a mountain” instructs the age-old description of the meditative exercise and movement art of T’ai Chi Ch’uan. This class offers standing movements and seated practices rooted within the Chinese tradition of Tai Chi and Chi Kung for the enrichment of body, mind and spirit. All physical abilities welcome, including those in need of chair-based practice.
Interested in taking your bird photography to the next level? Explore exposure, camera modes, focusing options, and the best starting settings for your bird photography in this hands-on workshop suitable for all levels of photographers. Some technical info will be more appropriate for the DSLR and Mirrorless photographers while cell phone photographers will benefit from composition and other tips to help them capture stronger images. There will be time to eat while getting cameras ready for the active photography portion of the class so packed a lunch along with your camera. Ages 16 and over.
Little Sprouts programs are nature and literature-based early childhood programs designed to meet the multidimensional learning and developmental needs of children ages 2-5 years. Each class is designed for children to work side-by-side with their adult caregiver as they engage in hands-on, fun, age-appropriate experiences that support the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards.