Ever wonder what Christmas was like for a lighthouse keeper? Come to the lighthouse museum to discover the traditional beauty of Christmas in 1858-1880's. Nov. 30-Dec. 8
This one-hour program is your chance to explore archery.
An educational performance on the life and legacy of civil rights leader Rosa Parks.
In honor of National Time Traveler Day, join us by dressing in clothing from the 1950s era and participate in our Rosa Parks presentation.
Registration is closed for this class.
A special set of opportunities for our youngest guests. Children ages 3-6 will enjoy a story time, arts and crafts, and hands-on nature experiences. This session will focus on different wild animals and their tracks.
Learn all about Michigan’s alternative energy sources and how alternative energy is beneficial to the world around you!
This is your opportunity to give archery a try. Two different sessions available.
Appreciate the flavorful history of maple syrup in Michigan while you taste and enjoy different types of syrup. Learn how to infuse different flavors with natural ingredients from an authentic Canadian maple syrup aficionado.
Winter is coming, so be prepared with this “Game of Thrones”-themed archery program.
This is an all-day workshop dedicated to helping participants weave their own traditional wood-framed snowshoes.
Make paper snowflakes and ornaments using natural materials.
Come experience some exciting winter activities at the Outdoor Adventure Center, but in the comfort of a heated building!