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MacKenzie Center

MacKenzie Center

Description

The MacKenzie Center, just 25 miles north of Madison, is one of the most diverse education centers in Wisconsin. With interpretive trails, exhibits, museums and programming available for school and youth groups, MacKenzie is a wonderful place to visit and learn about the natural world. The State Game Farm is connected to the MacKenzie Center and is adjacent to the arboretum on the western half of the property.

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    Story Time with Animals

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    Introduce your toddler or pre-school aged child to the outdoors during story time.

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    Girl’s & Women’s Archery Clinic

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    This free event is open to all women ages 8 and up. Call 608-635-8105 to register or for more information. Registration is required.

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    Story Time with Animals

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    Introduce your toddler or pre-school aged child to the outdoors during story time.

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    Youth Archery Clinic

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    This free archery clinic for kids ages 8-15 will introduce your child to the sport of archery or help sharpen their skills.

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    Story Time with Animals

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    Introduce your toddler or pre-school-aged child to the outdoors during storytime.

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    Bio-Blitz

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    Have you ever wanted to know which plants and animals are all around you? A bio-blitz is a great way to explore your natural environment and learn.

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    Dusk Hike And Campfire

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    Come experience the MacKenzie Center at dusk when various wild animals become active.

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    Candlelight Hike And Campfire

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    Join us for a night on the trails.

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