EARTH DAY

Celebrating Milwaukee’s Water Heritage

Friday, April 22 | 5:30pm – 7:00pm – at Mequon Nature Preserve

Celebrate Wisconsin Historical Society’s interactive exploration of Wisconsin water history, Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin.

John Gurda, renowned writer and historian, will present Milwaukee: A City Based On Water, a talk in collaboration with a new traveling exhibit focusing on Wisconsin waters and how they have shaped our state.

This special Earth Day event is a collaboration between the four major nature centers in SE WI: Mequon Nature Preserve , Riveredge Nature Center, Schlitz Audubon and Urban Ecology Center and the Wisconsin Historical Society .

Contact us with questions and to register for the evening event.

Make sure you come see this special Water Shapes Wisconsin exhibit on display in our lobby April 18- May 1.