Sugarin’ Day For Scouts, Maple Sugarin’ Festival, and Pancake Breakfast Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services has recommended canceling all non-essential gatherings of 250 people or more. With safety in mind, Riveredge Nature Center has canceled the March 14 Sugarin’ Day For Scouts, March 21 Maple Sugarin’ Festival, and April 4 Pancake Breakfast.

Just as with any program canceled by Riveredge, refunds will be issued to people who have pre-registered for the Scouts Day, Maple Sugarin’ Festival, and Pancake Breakfast.

At the present time, the Riveredge Visitor’s Center will remain open during regularly scheduled hours. All other Riveredge programs with smaller expected attendance are currently scheduled to take place as planned.

Riveredge trails will remain open sunup to sundown.

Our paramount concern is the health and safety of Riveredge members, volunteers, staff, and guests. Riveredge staff will continue to monitor this evolving situation and will update accordingly based on the most up-to-date information available.

 

Jessica Jens

Executive Director, Riveredge Nature Center