Pringle Nature Center Lodging Programs | Local News

BRISTOL — The monthly “Nature Story Time” is at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 19 at the Pringle Nature Center, located at 9800 160th Ave. inside Bristol Woods County Park.

The free program takes place on the third Thursday of each month, featuring a seasonal story read by “Miss Tracy” and a related craft project.

This program is for young children accompanied by an adult and takes place inside the nature center building. Entrance is free and registration is not necessary.

Saturday, May 21, at Pringle is a “Kids to Parks Day” event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to visit the Pringle Nature Center for free, family-friendly, self-guided nature activities. Activities will be posted at the nature center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is free and no registration is required.

Until May 31, Pringle is offering a StoryWalk trail, created with the Kenosha Public Library.

The free program “allows families to learn about the changing seasons while walking the Yellow Trail in Bristol Woods County Park,” organizers said. Visitors can hike the trail at any time, starting at the trailhead behind the nature center and following the storybook signs through the woods. The story is “When Spring Comes” by Kevin Henkes.

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Coming to Pringle, an invasive species workday from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 28.

Invasive Species Work Days are held on the fourth Saturday of each month from April through October. Volunteers help Pringle employees remove invasive plants around the nature center. Tools are provided, but bring your own gloves if possible. No registration is required; come and go as you see fit.

For information on upcoming events, log on to pringlenc.org/events.