Posted on Wed, April 19, 2023 by

it’s a BIG weekend in Wisconsin!

Earth Day Kicks Off a Week-long Festival of Learning Together!

Wisconsin’s own Remake Learning Days Festival kicks off Earth Day weekend and runs through April 29, 2023.  This year’s 150+ events are designed by dozens of local nonprofit organizations – schools, libraries, museums, community centers and more — and represent learning opportunities in Wisconsin’s south central communities from the Wisconsin Dells area to the Stateline region.

Badgerland’s festival includes dozens of activities in the Arts, Science, Maker Ed, Outdoor Learning, Youth Voice and Technology, as well as special programs for educators, caregivers and parents.

Here are just a few activities this weekend celebrating Nature and the Earth:

“What a great time to celebrate the rich diversity of learning opportunities in our communities,” says Festival Coordinator Kathe Crowley Conn.  “This week-long festival will be a time to come together and connect families with new learning activities that ignite fresh creative sparks for learning together.”

The majority of events are free or low-cost and are searchable by age, topic and location via the Festival website: www.remakelearningdays.org/Badgerland

Wisconsin’s “Remake Learning Days: Badgerland” festival is a collaborative effort spearheaded by WeThinkBig LLC in partnership with Create Wisconsin, Madison Community Foundation and regional education leaders. Local sponsors include WKOW-TV, The Kohler Foundation, Office Evolution – Madison Arboretum, American Girl Fund for Children and local businesses.

The Remake Learning Days global festival is powered by the nonprofit organization Remake Learning; supported by lead sponsor The Grable Foundation and national partners: PBS Kids, Digital Promise, Common Sense Media and Learning Heroes.

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