A Whole World to Explore
Whether you're inspiring the leaders of the future, bringing your community together or just looking for an escape in nature, House In The Wood is here for you to explore.
Happening at House In The Wood
Open Tree Climbing Schedule 2018
Come climb with us in 2018! Tree Climbing is open to the public on select dates. All ages and experience levels are welcome! Be sure to sign up in advance to reserve your space. Click here for more information, the full schedule, and signup form. Upcoming Open Climbs:
12 (Wed) @ 4:00-6:00pm
16 (Sun) @ 1:00-3:00pm
24 (Mon) @ 4:00-6:00pm
9 (Tue) @ 4:00-6:00pm
21 (Sun) @ 1:00-3:00pm
HALLOWEEN IN THE WOODS
Wednesday, October 24 from 6:30-8:30 pm
Halloween In The Woods combines the make-believe, spooky fun of Halloween with the beauty of nighttime nature to create an event that is fun for the whole family. Halloween In The Woods is designed especially for families with children ages 5 to 12. Hikes start every 10 minutes between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. (last hike ends at 8:30pm). Rain or Shine. Event is at House In The Wood, Lake Delavan. Advanced tickets REQUIRED.
LOOK what we found during TREE CLIMBING!
While our summer campers were climbing in "The First" our main tree for climbing, we found a hummingbird on her nest. The eggs are only the size of a pea! We have many hummingbirds visiting our flowers everyday.
Book Outdoor Education in 2018/2019!
There are still a handful of dates available for outdoor education in Spring 2019. We start booking for the next school year 2019/2020 in March of 2019.
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We're Hiring - Seasonal Jobs in School Year 2018/2019
House In The Wood is hiring for the 2018/2019 School Year Fall and Spring. We're hiring Trail Leaders and On Call Educators for Outdoor Education. We start hiring for summer camp 2019 in December 2018.
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Review: Corkery Elementary
"I can't begin to tell you how wonderful the trip was for all the students! One girl told me how gross the bugs were, but then proceeded to explain all the ways that insects are beneficial. They came back exhausted but full of smiles and excitement. So did the teachers! "
- Carol Devens, Principal, Corkery School