Conservancy Day Programs are:
Thank you for your generous gifts and participation. You make it possible and you make it great! We welcome you to join us and help spread the word! Mark your calendars for these inspiring and special events the third Thursday of each month, from January through November.
Universe in the Park - September Conservancy Day Program
Thursday, September 15
7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
4864 Pheasant Branch Road, Middleton
Park in the gravel lot and walk up the gravel drive to the telescopes
Free and open to the public
No RSVP required
The UW Space Place is coming back to visit the Conservancy! Expert astronomy staff will bring impressive telescopes and other equipment for gazing into the night sky. Objects of interest will include the moon, special stars of many types, and galaxies if the night's conditions allow. Bring your sense of wonder and curiosity. UW Space Place staff will also share Information about telescopes around the world, what they watch for and how you can view their images. Hope for clear skies and come look up with us!
Free an open to the public
RSVPs appreciated to: email@example.com
The Friends are hosting people and other animals from the Wildlife In Need Center from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin for this event! Live "animal ambassadors" will help deliver a program that includes information about wildlife and human interactions, species identification, natural history, and rehabilitation of Southeastern Wisconsin wildlife.
The Wildlife In Need Center accepts all species of Wisconsin wildlife except skunks (prohibited by the DNR), annually treating up to 3,000 animals of over 140 species. Over 45,000 injured, sick or orphaned animals have passed through the Wildlife in Need Center’s doors since January 1, 1994. 85% of these animals were admitted because of interactions with humans.
Email Colleen at firstname.lastname@example.org to request monthly email reminders of Conservancy Day Programs.