Meet the Unhuggables of the Forest
Hawk State Historic Site welcomes you to the following programs
presented by Citizens to Preserve Black Hawk Park Foundation.
These events are sponsored by
Black Hawk State Historic Site in cooperation with Citizens to Preserve
Black Hawk Park Foundation, providing education outreach for BHSHS since
Meet the Unhuggables of the
Tuesday, October 24
Looking for a family friendly Halloween
activity aimed at all ages?
On Tuesday, Oct. 24th
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Black Hawk State Historic Site will celebrate Halloween
with a short walk in the moonlight to meet some of the Site's special
"critters", such as chipmunks, foxes, spiders, snakes, bats and more.
Hear the “animals” played by Augustana drama students tell their story about
living in the Black Hawk Forest. Inside Singing Bird Center will be a “show and
tell” by Site naturalist Chuck Wester and refreshments. This free event will be
held in and around Singing Bird Center, accessed by turning north from Blackhawk
Rd./Rte. 5 on to 15th St. in Rock Island. For more information, call
Citizens to Preserve Black Hawk Park Foundation belongs to
the Quad City Visitors and Convention Bureau. All our events are listed on
the QCVCB website.
Want to know what events are happening at other Historic
Sites in Illinois? Check out the new Historic Preservation Agency website