Outdoor & Environmental Education is woven in to all Neighborhood House programs for all ages. Infants and toddlers, kids, teens and families have several opportunities throughout the year to visit the 93-acre Neighborhood House Nature Center in Dodge County. Activities include experiential science-based learning with an emphasis on developing critical thinking and a sense of stewardship for the environment. See our calendar for FREE Family Adventures – monthly outings with our environmental educators!
Maple Sugaring at our Nature Center
Drill, tap, and collect maple sap, and learn how it’s boiled down for maple sugar in our Sugar Shack. Join one of our annual outings or schedule an outing for your school or group.
Birthday parties at our Nature Center
Our 93-acre Neighborhood House Nature Center and Lodge in Dodge County is available to rent for birthdays and special events.
Environmental Programming for schools
Our environmental educators can provide hands-on learning for your school or group.
Renting a bed at our 27th St. Garden Park
Grow with us at our 27th Street Garden Park.
Chop wood, make maple syrup, assist with land management, and more.
For more information about programming and enrollment, or to book a program, contact Outdoor & Environmental Educator Christina Hill at (414) 933-6161, ext. 174 or use the form below.