The MacKenzie Center is open Sunday-Saturday from dawn to dusk. THe Wildlife Exhibit, Museums, and Administration Building Restrooms are open from 10 am – 4 pm daily. Museum and indoor restrooms are now open! There are also four new kiosks around the property to aid visitors during their exploration of the MacKenzie Center.
The drawing for the 2021 Friends of MacKenzie quilt raffle was held recently. Here is a link to a video of that drawing. Raffle drawing video
As all of us are dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic, we must continue to support the things that are important to us. The Friends of MacKenzie has taken and is continuing to take a big hit with not finishing the Maple Program, no Maple Festival, no Fall Festival, and no fundraising banquet. Many of our members paid their dues early in 2020. However, there are a large number who did not pay them. First, we are asking for those of you who did not pay your dues to do so if possible. Secondly, we are suggesting that those who are paid up or are life members may want to send an additional donation to aid in continuing the operation of the Friends of MacKenzie. Your support is always greatly appreciated.
Membership dues are as follows:
Family – $40.00 Individual – $30.00 Life – $300.00
Dues and/or donations are to be sent to :
Don Jackson, W9301 Voss Road, Poynette, WI 53955
Check out our new project, “Where is Wolfie?” on facebook. Each week Wolfie finds a new place to hide on the MacKenzie property and the person who finds him wins a prize.
Memberships in the Friends of MacKenzie come up for renewal each January, so now is a great time to take care of that. You can use the form at the end of this post or find one in our brochure. Even though many of you contribute many volunteer hours (which makes a huge difference in keeping the Center running and enabling the friends to do so many things), you might also wish to become a member. The dues help fund scholarships for schools and other groups when they come to MacKenzie for day and over night trips (often used for transportation costs). It also is used directly for materials for projects like replacing the roof on the log cabin museum, safety improvements for our hay wagon, purchasing bird feeding supplies, improvements to the wildlife area, and so much more. Please consider renewing or becoming a new member today.