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Peninsula State Park letting children get muddy

Children have a chance to get dirty in the mud at Peninsula State Park on Saturday. It’s International Mud Day and kids get to learn about how soil forms and the truth about worms. Kids will also have a chance to make mud art and just get dirty. Peninsula State Park naturalist Kathleen Harris says there will also be mud-inspired food as well.

 

 

The International Mud Day event will last from 11 AM to noon at the Peninsula State Park Nature Center. The event is free but a Wisconsin State Park sticker is required to get into the park.

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