June 17, 2015
The Huron County Nature Center is located just a ¼ mile from Oak Beach park. Each summer they put on a variety of events that kids and adults will love. The Nature Center is open all year round, and admission is always free.
Head to the Nature Center for any one of these upcoming events:
Saturday, June 13th 10:30 AM
Native American Artifacts: Learn about the native peoples of Huron County through artifacts they have left behind. Kevin Roggenbuck presents.
Saturday June 20th 10:30 AM
Petting Zoo: Bring the whole family to meet friendly farm animals in the Nature Center.
Saturday, June 27th 10:30 AM
Nesting Time in the Woods: This is a new program! Naturalist Janea Little leads a walk through the Nature Center to identify nests and the birds that build them. Bring your binoculars.
The Nature Center is located in Michigan’s Thumb, in between the shoreline towns of Caseville and Port Austin. Take M-25 to Oak Beach and turn south on Oak Beach Road. Loosemore Road will be on your left, turn down Loosemore and the Nature Center will be on the left about 1/4 mile down.
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