Jan
30
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Jan
31
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Feb
6
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Feb
7
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Feb
13
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Feb
14
StoryWalk: "The Napping House" by Audrey Wood 

This event is ongoing - the StoryWalk is available to visit daily (Monday - Sunday).
Come out the Lussier Family Heritage Center prairie trails for a self-guided StoryWalk® featuring “The Napping House?" By: Audrey Wood. The book starts just past the Prairie Learning Center sign (behind the Pollinator Garden).

The Napping House is a cumulative tale about a cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, and a snoozing cat. One by one the characters snuggle up in a pile until a tiny unwelcome guest appears on the scene.

This book is featured as part of our Healthy Parks, Healthy You collaboration with the Foundation for Dane County Parks, Dean Health Plan, and SSM Health.

Note: Due to COVID-19 the Lussier Family Heritage Center bathroom facilities are closed. A porta-let is available for use at the Lower Yahara River Trail parking lot across the street on Lake Farm Road. 

Feb
16
Plant Dane Virtual Rain Garden Workshop Series

Learn how installing a rain garden can help protect our lakes, rivers and streams and add beauty to your property!

This workshop series guides participants new to the world of rain gardens through a step by step process to design a rain garden plan that is specific to their property. The series is broken up into three 1.5 hour classes and will cover information on site selection, sizing, site preparation, plant selection, installation and maintenance. Experts will be available to help participants through the process and answer questions. Participants will also have access to a private group web site to share ideas, plans and get feedback between classes.

Each class in this series builds upon info presented in the previous class, therefore participants area highly encouraged to attend all three classes, although it is not required. The total cost for all three classes is $10. 

Participants will have the option of ordering native plants at a discounted rate through the Plant Dane Native Plant Program. Visit www.ripple-effects.com/plantdane for details.


Mar
2
Plant Dane Virtual Rain Garden Workshop Series

Learn how installing a rain garden can help protect our lakes, rivers and streams and add beauty to your property!

This workshop series guides participants new to the world of rain gardens through a step by step process to design a rain garden plan that is specific to their property. The series is broken up into three 1.5 hour classes and will cover information on site selection, sizing, site preparation, plant selection, installation and maintenance. Experts will be available to help participants through the process and answer questions. Participants will also have access to a private group web site to share ideas, plans and get feedback between classes.

Each class in this series builds upon info presented in the previous class, therefore participants area highly encouraged to attend all three classes, although it is not required. The total cost for all three classes is $10. 

Participants will have the option of ordering native plants at a discounted rate through the Plant Dane Native Plant Program. Visit www.ripple-effects.com/plantdane for details.


Mar
16
Plant Dane Virtual Rain Garden Workshop Series

Learn how installing a rain garden can help protect our lakes, rivers and streams and add beauty to your property!

This workshop series guides participants new to the world of rain gardens through a step by step process to design a rain garden plan that is specific to their property. The series is broken up into three 1.5 hour classes and will cover information on site selection, sizing, site preparation, plant selection, installation and maintenance. Experts will be available to help participants through the process and answer questions. Participants will also have access to a private group web site to share ideas, plans and get feedback between classes.

Each class in this series builds upon info presented in the previous class, therefore participants area highly encouraged to attend all three classes, although it is not required. The total cost for all three classes is $10. 

Participants will have the option of ordering native plants at a discounted rate through the Plant Dane Native Plant Program. Visit www.ripple-effects.com/plantdane for details.