If your looking for something fun to do this weekend for you and the family, you might want to check out what's happening with Atwood Center.

As they are hosting a free outdoor activity day this Saturday.

In fact Atwood Center just announced, via WREX news, that they will be hosting a series of free outdoor activities once a month that are focused on bringing families out for a few hours to have fun in nature.

This Saturday kicks it all off with "The 100-Year Hike". Take a walk through part of Camp Grant, the former training camp for soldiers during World War one and two. It's from 1pm - 3pm.

The next event will be on  August 15th from 9-11 a.m. If you wanted to learn about archery this will be your chance as the Center is offering a free introductory class in archery. All equipment will be provided by the Center. All participatory archers must be at least 5 years old.

The final free activity will be September 19th from 7-9 p.m., as the Center presents 'Howls and Owls', a guided search for a trained 'Alpha Wolf' where participants are encouraged to howl and hoot to find wildlife.

To learn more about the Atwood Center and their programs, click here.