Supported in part by the Ruby K Worner Charitable Trust through the PNC Charitable Trust
Week 1: June 4th-8th
Feathers and Scales
This week students will learn all about Illinois birds and reptiles.¬† We will visit and survey ponds at wildlife prairie park and get a visit from a wildlife researcher.
Week 2: June 11th-15th
Cougars, Wolves and Coyotes oh my!¬† This week we will learn all about mammals.¬† From their general characteristics to their amazing adaptions.¬† Students will learn how to identify animals via tracks and scat to help them identify what visits their own back yard.
Time: Camp runs 8:30am-4:30pm
Extended care starting at 7:30am and ending at 5pm
Cost:¬†$150/Member per week, $200/Nonmember per week
Advanced registration and payment are required.
Registering siblings? Call us for your discount! Discount is not applied online.¬† 309-676-0998 Ext 312 or email email@example.com
Lunch:¬†Students can bring their own sack lunch or can purchase a lunch from the grill for $5.¬† Students ordering their lunch from the grill will choose lunch choice from menu and submit it each morning.¬† Lunches will then be delivered to classroom at lunch time.
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¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†Cheeseburger and Fries
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Corn dog and Fries
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Grilled Cheese and Chips
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† 6‚Äô Sub and Chips
–Two snacks daily
-Adventure camp shirt and back pack (for first time campers)
-Water bottle and flash light (for campers that return for second week)
-Hay rack ride
-Adventure trek ride
-Animal encounter photo
-Adventure camp certificate
-Fun camp awards
-Team building activities
-Outdoor water activities
For additional information, please contact our programming department at (309)676-0998 ext 312 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Olde English Faire is back again on June 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 2018!
Shop for treasures, play in the Children‚Äôs Kingdom, taste the fine foods of the Renaissance, sip in Ye Olde Tavern, hear the sweet melodies of musicians and so much more! It will be fun for the whole family.
Parking: $5 cash,
Ages 13 and Up: $10
Ages 3 – 12: $6
Ages 2 and under: Free
$1 discount for dressing in full garb.
Group pricing available for groups of 15 or more on Friday, June 22nd, 2018 only. Must purchase before June 8th, 2018 by phone 309-676-0998 ext 312.
Friday, June 22nd from 9am-5pm- Free admission for WPP members on this day of the faire!
Saturday, June 24th from 9am-5pm
Sunday, June 25th from 9am-5pm
Park hours: 9am-6:30pm daily
Friday June 22nd–¬† Special programming happening today for children to learn about the medieval era from the Knights of Valour. Included in your admission for the day. Meet at the Jousting Arena.
NEW THIS YEAR:
King‚Äôs Feast: Saturday and Sunday 1pm-3pm
Our most loyal lords and ladies are invited to join the King at his Feast!
The King‚Äôs Feast includes: Lavish meal, the kingdom‚Äôs finest exclusive entertainment, take home gift, ¬†and VIP seating during the 3pm joust.
Cost: $40 tickets
Buy in advanced and your $40 ticket includes admission as well!
12pm and 3pm daily
The Faire will be located at:
Wildlife Prairie Park
3826 N Taylor Road
Hanna City, IL 61536
Like all events are Wildlife Prairie Park, this ticket is nonrefundable and the event is rain or shine.
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Wildlife Prairie Park cares about our environment. We are committed to recycling to reduce waste that sits in landfills. Please help us and do your part. Recently, over 70 recycling containers have been added to the Park grounds. Wildlife Prairie Park is also home to the first ever solar powered trash compactor in the Peoria Area. By partnering with PDC, we are hoping to reduce our carbon footprint with your help! Please use these recycling bins properly and enjoy your time with us at the Park!
Things that you can do to go green!¬†
-Recycle paper, plastic, aluminum, and glass
-Turn in all used ink cartridges and retired electronics to the WPP Ticket Gate for recycling
-Turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth and not using it
-Save electricity by ¬†turning off the lights when you leave the room or electronics when they are not in use
-Use recycled materials to make fun crafts
-Plant a garden and use produce scraps for compost
-Donate old toys, clothes ¬†or other items
-Take a bike ride or walk rather than driving. If driving is the only option, carpool!
-Pick up trash when you are out on a walk or hike