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Join us as the Fox River Locks opening for the 2018 season! This year, 25 miles of the beautiful Fox River are open for navigation — from Little Lake Butte des Morts to Kaukauna, and from Wrightstown to the bay of Green Bay. Travel through the nation’s only fully restored, hand-operated lock system either on foot or via boat. Visit our website for a full list of lock hours and operating days.Details
Join us for Splash! The Science of Water in a Changing World Become a water scientist and determine the chemical makeup of water from different locations. Discover the world hidden in a droplet of water. Give your muscles a workout with a pitcher pump and construct a unique water filter. Observe a solar still in use and delve into the problems of water conservation and sustainability. Hands-on fun and learning for the entire family. All activities included in the price…Details
Over 200 roller figure skaters from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin compete to advance to the National Championship. Roller figure skating is very similar to ice figure skating seen in the Olympics. Admission is FREE. Check Facebook page for event schedule.Details
The Garden Walk is an annual event hosted by the Oshkosh Garden Club to highlight outstanding garden properties. Proceeds from the Garden Walk support local gardening projects. The cost of the event is $8 in advance and $10 for tickets purchased at any garden on the day of the Walk. Admission is free for youth under 18 years old. The Garden Walk operates rain or shine. Five gardens will be open for viewing and owners will be on hand in…Details
This month’s theme will be Weeds! Weeds are a fact of life in any landscape, knowledge is power when fighting them. A Master Gardener demonstrates how to use online tools to identify weeds. Discussion will focus on organic weed control methods and the responsible use of herbicides.Details
A garden is not complete without the animals that live in it! Discover the flying, slithering, creeping and crawling animals that can be found at the Garden. Observe caterpillars, follow worms, catch dragonflies and search for the other creepy crawlies who live in our fields, ponds and compost piles. $35/GBBG Member; $45/Non-Member Ages 6–8 Tuesday, June 26 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm Register by June 19.Details
Cost: $20/GBBG Member; $24/Non-Member Jun 26 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am Sandy Melroy, Silk Sensations Ages 10 and up Create a 10” Silk Suncatcher with a wire edge framed, which will be ready to hang in your window when its painted—an original piece of art! We will use the wonderful Nature Connects® structures as our inspiration for this silk painting workshop – all supplies will be provided and no experience needed.