The Kropscott Environmental Center Ice Cream Social
Are you looking for some fun, free family entertainment? We have an evening planned for you.
The Newaygo Conservation District in partnership with Magna Mirrors invites you to the Kropscott Environmental Center for an evening of discovery, adventure, and free ice cream for all.
The Kropscott Environmental Center is an 80-acre property that was donated by Earle and Mildred Kropscott and is used for educational, agricultural, and scientific purposes focusing on scientific studies related to the environment and natural resources. The Center has a centennial farmhouse, barn, large wooded area with virgin timber and an astronomical observatory. Its purpose is to benefit the people of Newaygo County and this your chance to come and see what it’s all about.
This special event includes the chance for kids to participate in a scavenger hunt with the help of a parent’s brochure to guide them along, and with a prize for all who complete the hunt. Visitors can choose to go for a ride on our “people mover” to the forest area, explore the S. F. Wessling Observatory take a photo as an ice cream cone and watch a demonstration on how to make homemade ice cream. At the end of the evening there will be a drawing from the names of the visitors who have attended.
Don’t miss this chance for you and your family to join in the fun at the summer party at the Kropscott Environmental Center.
Event Details: Thursday evening July 21st from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pn.
Kropscott Environmental Center is located at 6523 W Baseline Road, Fremont MI
This event is free to the public.
Note: If you plan to visit the forest area to enjoy the walk in the grass and wooded areas, please wear long pants and shoes that protect your feet.
We will provide more details in next week’s article.
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