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Ellwood Explorers: History in Our Habitat

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Ellwood Explorers: History in Our Habitat

From 10am until noon, visit stations on the grounds of the Ellwood House Museum where you’ll learn about DeKalb’s native plant and animal species. Create wildflower “seed bombs,” go on a guided birdwatching walk, and take part in building bird feeders for Russell Woods Forest Preserve in Genoa, IL.

“History in our Habitat” is the second of five monthly programs as part of Ellwood Explorers, the Ellwood House Museum’s youth educational series. Programs are free of charge.

All ages are welcome, registration is required. For more information and to register to attend, please visit ellwoodhouse.org/youth-programs.

Ellwood Explorers is generously supported by the Cy Miller Foundation. The museum is located at 420 Linden Place in DeKalb. On-site parking and restrooms are available.

Ellwood House Museum
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM on Sat, 9 Jul 2022

Ellwood House Museum

420 Linden Place
DeKalb, Illinois 60115
(815) 756-4609
info@dekalbcountyhistory.org