Fall Fun Fest & International Migratory Bird Day


Thank you for making the 2017 Fall Fun Fest a success this year. We had around 200 people show up and we want to thank you all for your support.

We hope this year's Fall Fun Fest will be bigger than ever! Kenosha County is a Bird City and once again will be planning a joint International Migratory Bird Day event on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Pringle Nature Center. It will be in conjunction with our annual fall festival and will be titled "Fall Fun Fest: Birds & Butterflies - Year of the Bird: 365 Days of Bird Conservation"

Activities include hayrides, Monarch tagging, bird crafts, and more! For more information please contact either the Pringle Nature Center at 262-857-8008 or Kenosha County Parks at 262-857-1869.

Volunteers are extremely important to this event and will be needed to make this day a success. If you are interested in set-up or clean-up, food service, craft activities, greeting or ticket sales please contact the volunteer coordinator.

How You Can Help Birds

20 Ways to Conserve Birds

Fest Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors!

County Executive Jim Kreuser

Hoy Audubon

Kenosha County

Kenosha County Parks

City of Kenosha

Tentative Schedule of Events

On-going Activities

• Hayrides

• Tree Climbing

• Food

• Green Exhibitors

• Face Painting & Temporary Tattoos

• Kids Crafts

• Falconer

Scheduled Activities

11:00 Bird Walk with Rick Fare from Hoy Audubon

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The Grateful Deadliners (stage)

12:00 p.m. Kohl’s Wild Theater presented by the Zoological Society of Milwaukee and Kohl’s Cares presents the KWT Trash Bash (inside)

1:00 p.m. Monarch Tagging (Rain Garden)

Fest Exhibitors

Bong Naturalist Association

Richard Heinlein

26313 Burlington Rd

Kansasville, WI 53139

Center for Sustainable Living

Kallie Johnson

3520 30th Ave

Kenosha, WI 53144





The Center for Sustainable Living provides an environmentally conscious place for project-based, interdisciplinary learning. Its key functions are to: Provide a living and learning laboratory for students and a meeting place for staff Enable outreach to the community through tours, workshops, group activities, and meeting space for green-focused organizations Support outreach to K-12 school districts through field trips and hands-on projects.

Hoy Audubon

Pressed Creations

Cindy Hapanowicz

823 22nd Ave

Kenosha, WI 53140




Monarch breeding material/milkweed propagation; monarch rearing information; insect wing crafts.