Of course it is! We’ve been cooped up all winter long and the National Wildlife Federation urges us to get outside and explore and connect with nature which not only reduces stress but awakens your senses to the environment around you.
This Friday Readapalooza is happening outdoors with free hotdogs, sno cones, prizes, many activity booths along with a Jumpy Castle, our friends from Hunt Hill, and Master Gardeners from the Rice Lake Garden Club.
Saturday is the first annual “An Evening Under the Stars,” a fund raising event to support the Rice Lake Public Library and its many programs that would not be possible without their support.
Who doesn’t like outdoor movies? Bring a lawn chair or blanket and join us for Family (June showing: Rise of the Guardians), Teen (June showing Ironman: Rise of Technovore), or Adult (June showing Silver Linings Playbook) Outdoor Movie Nights this summer.
Hunting and fishing, of course, are popular outdoor activities and Turtle Lake native Billy Molls will be herein August 3rd presenting: Hunt For the Headwaters: Life, Love, and Grizzly Bears.
“The past 16 years that I have guided in Alaska has been the greatest education
in my life. The hunting in Alaska is second to none, but it’s the lifestyle that one leads
while being there that I enjoy most. I hope to share some of what I experience, learn,
and feel when I am there.”
We look forward to meeting and sharing Billy’s experiences through video, photos, and stories that Billy says will “educate and entertain all who attend.”