Storytelling school

Music and storytelling at the crossroads

Crossroads at Big Creek will feature words in the woods on July 15th7 p.m., when the musicians Tad Green and David LeFevreaccompanied by the puppeteer and the storyteller Nancy Hawkins, will perform songs and stories in Crossroads’ outdoor amphitheater. Then have s’mores at the council ring campfire after.

Volunteers of all ages are welcome to join Habitat Healers on July 16from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., to help land restoration efforts. Instruction, equipment, gloves, cookies and lemonade are provided. Wear clothes and shoes that can become dirty.

summer educator Joan Wilkie welcomes learners of all ages for a one-hour program about Door County rocks and caves – the geology under our feet and all around us – on July 18, 10 a.m. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.

Come back July 1910 a.m., to join Wilkie for a show on butterflies which will include searching for summer butterflies in Crossroads Gardens, meadows and fields. Meet at the Collins Learning Center.

The Gate County Beekeepers Club will host its meeting July 196:30 p.m., and the community is invited to his show on honey harvest and equipment. Club members also plan to to collect funds for their activities through a Sale of bee items: a gentle second-hand sale equipment and bee-themed trinkets in the Collins Learning Center’s lecture hall.

On July 2010 a.m. Spend an hour with Joan Wilkie at the Collins Learning Center to learn about Great Lakes Glaciers.

Then at 6:30 p.m. July 20Karen Stahlheber of UW-Green Bay will present “A Developing Restoration of the oak savannahfor Crossroads Land Restoration School. Stahlheber is a plant community environmentalist which is interested in the links between the diversity of species, ecosystem processes and human management. His projects cover natural and agricultural landscapes, with an emphasis on savannas and grasslands. Crossroads at Big Creek2041 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay,