New, locally-purchased, LED lights were installed on the trees along Washington Street.
The Two Rivers Police Explorer Troop climbed ladders and installed lights along with Police Chief Joe Collins, City Manager Greg Buckley, Acting Director of Parks and Recreation Judy Goodchild and a supporting cast of characters and interested citizens.
Watch as our experts band the diminutive saw-whet owls, then release them as part of an on-going research program. Explore the butterfly garden, buy native plants, check out displays and visit the Nature Shop.
There will be nature activities the kids will love, and a variety of refreshments sold by The Friends of Woodland Dunes. The Amazing Hike is back by popular demand! For a $10 donation you get a T-shirt and a passport to have stamped as you hike Woodland Dunes' trails. Everyone completing the hike will be entered into a drawing for a prize.
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October First Brings a New Bentley Painting to LPL
This early Bentley painting (on loan from the Two Rivers Historical Society) was thought to be a portrait of William Smalley. Upon closer review and subsequent research, members of the Lester Bentley Committee are convinced it is not Smalley, but a portrait of J.E. Hamilton.