Wesselman Woods has teamed up with several local businesses for Wellness in the Woods, where for four days entry fees are covered. The event takes place September 21st - 26th. Not only can you enjoy Wesselman Woods for free on those days, but they will also have several activities going on as well. If you're interested in going on guided hikes, animal encounters, yoga, and more, they'll have plenty of those events to enjoy as well.

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Here's what Wesselman Woods says about the upcoming event:

 

WW will be open for free September 21-26 during normal operating hours (Tuesday through Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday from Noon to 5 PM) to promote equal access to this unique outdoor space.Sponsored activities will take place primarily over the weekend (Friday through Sunday) thanks to many local health and wellness advocates including: Brinker’s Jewelers, Old National Bank, Water Street Partners, Hook’s Apothecary, the Lochmueller Group, Stucke Counseling, the Theby Family, Urban Seeds, Caliber Home Loans, the Evansville Trails Coalition, and Hutson, Inc.

Activities include: yoga, guided hikes, animal encounters, sound healing, bike rides, a musical event for children, and more! Find the full schedule of events on the WW calendar at wesselmanwoods.org/calendar.

Wesselman Woods is truly a gem to have located in the middle of Evansville. As the city seems to continue to grow (which we love to see), it's nice to get to Wesselman Woods to take a minute to reconnect with nature and enjoy some quiet for a little bit.
If you want to stay up to date with all of the fun events going on at Wesselman Woods, be sure to check out their event calendar, here.

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