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Butterfly_House

Visit our Butterfly House!

Open during regular business hours

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Sarett's Annual Country Fair and Rummage Sale

Saturday, October 8, 2016, 11 am - 3 pm

Donate your clean, saleable rummage at the Nature Center to support Sarett!

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Halloween at Sarett!

Join us for a night of treats, crafts and two Halloween-themed trails!

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Friday, October 28th

Cost is $5 per person

Call 269-927-4832 to register

NATURAL HISTORY TRIPS - 2016

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Adopt An Animal

Donate to one of our friends at Sarett!

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Enjoy the benefits of Sarett membership for a low yearly cost!

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

School and Group Programs

Looking to enrich your classroom with hands-on learning at Sarett? We offer dozens of programs for Preschoolers to adults – take a look!

Injured or Abandoned Wildlife

Have you found an injured animal that needs help? Check out our wildlife page for helpful information on what to do.

Trail Map

Sarett has seven miles of walking trails. Check out our trail map!

Upcoming Events

Oct
02

Michigan Tree Walk

Learn some of the native trees of Michigan on a walk with a naturalist.  Learn identification tricks for leaves, bark and buds.  Fee is $2/person plus admission.
Oct
08

Sarett’s Annual Country Fair

Join us for an afternoon of fun activities for the kids, pony rides, wagon rides,  Grandma’s Country Kitchen, fresh garden produce sale, collectibles sale and a huge rummage sale.  Remember, Grandma’s Country Kitchen serves brats, sloppy joes, and hot dogs for lunch.  There are always plenty of homemade desserts!  Members and friends, please make donations of jams, jellies, preserves and garden produce.  We are also asking for clean saleable rummage.  Rummage items can be dropped off during regular business hours at Sarett starting September 15.  Also, don’t forget to donate homemade baked goods for the ever popular Country Kitchen.  All proceeds benefit  Sarett’s environmental education programs. Call Kathy at 927-4832 with questions.
Oct
09

Beginning Geocaching

Adults and families (all children must be with an adult) can learn how to use a GPS unit or phone app to geocache. After a lesson inside, we’ll work as a group to find some of Sarett’s permanent caches. If you want to use a phone app, please download it (from Geocaching.com) before class. Fee is $3 per person plus admission.

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