Baileys Harbor, Wis. (November 15, 2021) – The Ridges Sanctuary is giving visitors a chance to spend time this holiday season surrounded by its natural beauty.
Guests at the annual holiday celebration can stroll down the softly lit Hidden Brook Boardwalk, roast marshmallows and chestnuts around an outdoor fire, and listen to holiday music in the beautifully decorated Kaye Cabin. Delicious cookies, warm cider, and hot chocolate will be available in the decorated Cook-Albert Fuller Nature Center.
The event will also offer a wreath-making workshop and free holiday crafts for all ages. Guided hikes and tours of the Range Light are available throughout the event. The Nature Store will be open to shop nature-themed stocking stuffers, housewares, and clothing.
Natural Christmas runs from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Cabins at The Ridges, 8288 County Q, Baileys Harbor. Admission is free. The fee for the wreath-making workshop is $20 and includes all materials for one wreath. Additional wreaths and swags are $10 each.
For more information, call 920-839-2802 or visit ridgessanctuary.org.
Note: Masks will be required for all indoor activities during Natural Christmas.
About The Ridges Sanctuary: The Ridges Sanctuary is a 1,600-acre private, non-profit nature preserve located in Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin. It is listed as a National Natural Landmark, Important Bird Area and Wisconsin State Natural Area. Founded in 1937, the Ridges was protected as Wisconsin’s first land trust to protect and preserve the sensitive habitat found in Baileys Harbor. Today, The Ridges continues to serve Baileys Harbor through its mission of Education, Research and Land Preservation.