KRONENWETTER, WI--Wild Wisconsin will open this weekend at the D. C. Everest School Forest.
It is an exhibit that features the wildlife of Wisconsin. School district leaders worked with artists to bring the exhibits to life. Organizers hope it will give students an up close look at some of the animals living around them.
It runs from 10 until 3 on April 3 at the forest. There is no admission fee to tour the exhibit.
The event will feature some other activities: maple tree tapping, sugar house tours and a pancake brunch. The fee for the brunch is $3 for adults and $2 for children.
You are encouraged to wear outdoor clothing for the tree tapping. Bring indoor shoes to wear in the lodge and tour the exhibit.
The school forest is at 3320 Pyke Road, Kronenwetter.