Needle Felting

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020
Time Slots: 1:00-3:00pm

Program Fee: $20/person
Registration: Required by September 10

Join us for our first-ever Needle Felting workshop and create a loon figurine of your own! During this workshop you’ll learn the art of transforming wool into beautiful 3-D objects using a barbed needle. This workshop will be held outdoors. Program fee includes all materials.

To register, call 715-635-6543 or email

Autumnal Equinox Hike

Date: Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM

Program Fee: $8/person or $20/family
Hunt Hill Members: $6/person or $15/family
Registration: Required by September 18

The Autumnal Equinox is when the length of the day and the night are nearly even. This marks the beginning of fall. Celebrate the coming of fall with an evening hike through the woods as the sun sets. You’ll let your eyes adjust to the dark and get to experience the hike with awakened senses!

To register, call 715-635-6543 or email

Trivia Night

Date: Thursday, September 24
Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Program Fee: $10/person
Required by September 23

Enjoy a fall evening at Hunt Hill during our first-ever trivia night! This picnic style trivia night at the amphitheater is the perfect way to socially distance while still enjoying a night out. Be sure to bring your own snacks, and blankets or lawn chairs! We’ll spread out on the amphitheater seating and surrounding lawn, while volunteers lead this fun night of trivia! One beverage is provided with the purchase of a ticket. Teams can have up to six people and will be socially distanced from one-another.

Topics include National Parks, Pop Culture, Numbers, Hot/Cold, & Wisconsin!

To register, call 715-635-6543 or email

Yoga, Photography, Hike, & Wild Edibles

Local yoga instructor, Deb Johnson, will be leading a station on the basics of yoga.

Larry Samson, former press reporter and photographer, will be teaching the basics of nature photography.

Nikki Janisin, Exec Director, will lead a nature hike through the beautiful grounds of Hunt Hill.

Tavis Lynch will be teaching on mushroom harvesting and wild edibles.

Date: Saturday, October 10
Time: 9am-12pm or 1-4pm
Program Fee: $20/person

Registration is required by October 9. Call 715-635-6543 or email

Diamond Willow Walking Stick Workshop

Date: Saturday, October 17
Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Program Fee: $20/person
Hunt Hill Members: $15/person
Registration: Required by October 15

Join Storme Nelson, retired Hunt Hill Executive Director, in harvesting diamond willow to make beautifully twisted walking sticks. Participants will learn about carving tools and easy techniques for carving their own walking sticks. Bring a bag lunch and your own carving tools if you have them. Tools will be provided, if you do not have any.

To register, call 715-635-6543 or email

Christmas Bird Count

Date: Sunday, December 20, 2020
Time: Meet at 7:00 AM

Location: Meet at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Program Fee: Free
Register by: Friday, December 18

Participate in the National Audubon Society’s 121st Christmas Bird Count (CBC)! The count is the longest running citizen-science program in the world and involves volunteers traveling assigned routes to count birds. Open to all levels of birding experience and ability. For more information about CBC, visit

Winter Solstice Snowshoe Hike

Date: Monday, December 21, 2020
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM

Program Fee: $8/person or $20/family
Hunt Hill Members: $6/person or $15/family
Registration: Not required

Enjoy a winter hike by foot or snowshoe on the longest night of the year. Then warm up with some hot chocolate and s’mores by the fire.