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 Birds are friends to the gardener, providing insect control, sweet songs, and a splash of color. As urban areas expand, habitat can be downright unfriendly to songbirds. Many species overwinter in Wisconsin and need food, shelter, and water. Join Master Gardener Volunteer Carol Shirk to learn a few simple methods to make your landscape more bird-friendly. Create a birdseed ornament to take home and help our fine feathered friends.

SPARK! is a FREE program offered through the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Dodge County that provides an opportunity for those with early to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners to enjoy art, artifacts and nature in comfortable settings. Programming at each site is different and is guided by trained docents and volunteers. The atmosphere is welcoming and stimulating. Attendees enjoy a great time and are eager to come back for new experiences.

 Space is limited and reservations are required. Call the ADRC at 920-386-3580 to register .