Come out and make it happen! “Remake Learning Days” is back and featuring a smorgasbord of indoor, outdoor, in-person and virtual activities for youth and families in Wisconsin, now through May 15th!
This week, come feast on the following:
- Arts – “Explore el Arte de Flamenco” with Tania on April 30, courtesy of DreamBank.
- Maker – Be amazed by what your neighbors invented during last year’s lockdown by visiting the “Madison Makes” virtual showcase provided by the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.
- Outdoor Learning – See why learning in the outdoors is so natural for children by exploring the “Born Learning Trails”, available anytime and sponsored by United Way Blackhawk Region.
- Science – Come “Meet the Lab” on May 3 and immerse yourself in STEAM activities with the folks at PBS Wisconsin Education.
- Technology – “Endless Zombies”? They’re in your future if you check out this May 7 program offered by BadgerBOTS.
- Youth Voice – You’re getting outside, you’re enjoying nature and the fresh air. What does it all mean to you? Hone your expressive skills at this virtual “Nature Writing Workshop” offered by the Natural Resources Foundation.
These programs and more are waiting for you as part of Wisconsin’s own “Remake Learning Days” Festival running now through May 15th, 2021. The Wisconsin Festival features over 100 free and low-cost engaging events, programs and experiences offered by local nonprofit organizations for K-12 youth and their families! Find out more at: www.remakelearningdays.org/Badgerland
Wisconsin’s “Remake Learning Days: Badgerland” festival is a collaborative effort spearheaded by WeThinkBig LLC in partnership with Arts Wisconsin, Madison Community Foundation, PBS Wisconsin Education and regional education leaders. Local sponsors include The Kohler Foundation and local businesses.