- This is the peak of the "Aster Show" at Crossroads. Just how many shades of purple are there?
Labor Day has become the traditional, though often not the meteorological, last day of summer. It became a holiday in 1882 to celebrate the success of the labor movement, but it has become a special…Read More
Cross-pollination is important to many plants, and organizational cross-pollination is important, too. It enables Crossroads to host two special programs this week. Wild Ones of the Door Peninsula, the Door…Read More
Again this summer, Crossroads will be a-buzz with activities on Saturday, August 19, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. when the Door County Beekeepers present their “Community Honey Harvest” at the Collins Learning…Read More
Join our naturalist in exploring nature in our own Heritage Garden. Participants will enjoy hummingbirds, butterflies, honeybees and house wrens while learning about the natural and cultural history of herbs and…Read More
On the first Friday of every summer month, Crossroads sponsors a free, family-friendly outdoor event. This month we are proud and honored to welcome The Bear Clan Singers and Dancers,…Read More