Nature At The Confluence is celebrating South Beloit’s Centennial by holding an Open House at Nature At The Confluence! Come wander our grounds, visit the Learning Center and find out about the plans for this beautiful new space in South Beloit.
12pm-2pm – Pop Up Discovery Stops for Kids – Wander around the campus, and stop by our Pop Up Discovery Stops featuring Water Play, Sand Play and Stone Play.
12pm – Every Last Drop, Clean Water for All: Youth Stream Team Program – Free Program for Youth Ages 5-13. Registration Required! Visit this page to learn more and to register.
1:30pm: The Confluence: Looking Back, Looking Forward – Come learn about this beautiful location at this presentation. The confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years, as fertile land and abundant resources made it a very desirable place to live. Native American Indians settled here, fur traders used the waters as a trade route, and in the last 100 years, South Beloit has become a bustling community.