Our first event is a Firefly Walk on July 9, 2016 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Indian Lake County Park in Cross Plains. The walk brings together diverse groups of people to enjoy an evening under the stars.
Picture this: Looking across a field of twinkling fireflies, anything is possible. Sitting around a fire generates a unique sense of community. Whatever our age, heritage or circumstances, we are all human under the night sky. Nature sets the backdrop for an evening of community building, learning, caring and fun.
Activities: Make a fun firefly craft, eat a s’more around the fire, and learn about fireflies. P.J. Liesch, UW-Madison’s Entomologist a.k.a. “The bug guy,” will be on hand to explain what makes fireflies light up. Our special guests includes off-duty officers from the Madison Police Department.
Together we can build relationships using nature as a catalyst.
The event is free, so sponsors and individuals are needed to pay the way for families to attend. The goal is to generate $1000 for this event, which pays the way for 50 people to attend.
Want to support this event and the work of Outdoors 123? Here are some
$40 Family of four
Thank you in advance for your support of this event.