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Forest Preserve's winter lineup

Celebrate the new year with a French twist, dabble in some Scandinavian outdoor philosophies or sign up for some webinars to learn more about the preserves while staying warm and toasty inside. Online registration for these Forest Preserve District of Will County programs is available on the Event Calendar at ReconnectWithNature.org. Here is the lineup:

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Forest Preserve programs feature lots of free activities

Help clean a preserve, take a hike or learn about the underappreciated animals you can see out your window during September Forest Preserve District of Will County programs. Registration is available on the Event Calendar at ReconnectWithNature.org. (Face masks are now required for both indoor and outdoor programs). Here is the lineup: NAPERVILLE- Riverview Farmstead Tour: Discover three generations of the Clow Family during this Forest Preserve District program from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, at Riverview Farmstead Preserve. A naturalist will share stories of life from the early days of the farm and welcome you inside the 19th-century buildings. The program is free and for ages 12 or older. Register online by Sept. 16 or call 815-886-1467. ROMEOVILLE- Living History Encounter – Storage and Containers: Experience local history up close and personal during this Forest Preserve District drop in program from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, at Isle a la Cache Museum. Learn about how people in the 18th-century would store things like food and water. See different storage containers made from natural elements like bark and reeds, and try your hand at making your own basket! Registration is not required.

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Forest Preserve’s MLK Day of Service activities

The Times Weekly newwire If you are looking for diversions in January, consider signing up for one of three MLK Day of Service activities being offered by the Forest Preserve District of Will County. Also on tap is an owl hike and programs about 18th-century hats, hot tea, and tree bark. Online registration is available on the Event Calendar at ReconnectWithNature.org. Here is the lineup: Channahon Hoot Hoot Hooray – Family Owl Hike: 6-7:30 p.m. Friday, January 14, Four Rivers Environmental Education Center. Meet inside for a brief discussion then head outside to explore McKinley Woods and quietly listen for magical and elusive owls and other creatures of the night. Free, all ages. Register online by Jan. 13 or call 815-722-9470.

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