United Way in Waukesha County will host a ribbon cutting for the launch of the first Born Learning Trail in the village of Mukwonago. The celebration will take place from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 26, at Miniwaukan Park in Mukwonago.
ProHealth Care sponsored the trail by providing funding and volunteers who recently installed the trail.
The United Way has partnered with local businesses to install a total of seven Born Learning Trails throughout Waukesha County.
Additional Born Learning Trail locations in Waukesha County are:
• Pewaukee’s Nettesheim Park (sponsored by We Energies)
• Sussex’s Weyer Park (sponsored by Power Sports Network)
• New Berlin’s ProHealth Care Park (sponsored by FedEx SmartPost)
• Waukesha’s Heyer Park (sponsored by Oberlin Filter Company)
• Waukesha’s Cutler Park (sponsored by Waukesha Family Practice Center)
A Born Learning Trail will also be installed in September at:
• Wood Creek Park, Oconomowoc (sponsored by Aurora)
Representatives of the United Way, ProHealth Care and the Village of Mukwonago Parks Department will be attending the ribbon cutting. All community members are welcome to attend, especially those with children.
Born Learning is a national public engagement campaign that helps parents, grandparents and caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities. For more information, visit www.BornLearning.org .