A special exhibit about inventor, businessman and Gladstone native Webster Marble. Negaunee.
The latest in our rotating exhibit of flags from the Michigan Battle Flag Collection. Lansing.
A special exhibit about the Au Sable River. Lansing.
Learn about the Capital City's Morlok quadruplets. Lansing.
For homeschoolers, ages 6 to 11. Fee, walk-in registration only. Michigan History Museum, Lansing.
The evening will include an introductory archery class and a hot cocoa bar, soft drinks and snacks.
See how the Department of Natural Resources tag Chinook salmon and other fish for research.
Seminar will cover everything from jigs and bait to floats and ice safety, plus rules and regulations. After the seminar concludes, we will move to the ice, where the hands-on lessons will continue and the Youth Fishing Derby will kick off.
Celebrate National Puppy Day with puppy-themed crafts and a pet adoption event.
Learn about some of the basics of getting started with canoe camping, including gear and canoeing skills for lakes and easy rivers.
Interactive, child-focused presentation by author Carol Trembath.
This is your opportunity to learn more about archery. Two different sessions available.
Presentation by local author and illustrator Gerry Wykes.
Another in our monthly series looking at contemporary Native issues in Michigan. Lansing.
Part of the Outdoor Adventure Center's WOW - Wild Over Wednesday program. Complimentary admission from 6 to 8 p.m. This month, we're talking about maple trees.
Join in to help protect this critical dune system! Non-native honeysuckle, japanese barberry and other invasive shrubs are encroaching upon the dune and native forest system.
Volunteers will likely be pulling garlic mustard. Plants may be small, but they are many.
This event is open to anyone that is interested in helping the Silver Lake Recreation Association Clean up the Silver Lake State Park ORV Area.
This “A to Z” class on how to hunt wild turkeys will cover everything you need to know to get started, including how to find a location, scouting, calling and gear to use.
Bring your Easter basket and collect some of the 5,000 candy-filled eggs that the Easter Bunny has hidden in the park! For ages 0-12.
Come enjoy a good old fashioned Easter egg hunt open to children ages 10 and under.
This class offers a broad look at the basics of hunter safety, shotgun patterning, tactics and calling, and also covers decoys, blinds and other tricks of a successful hunt.