Make your own Snowshoes!

Lace a pair of Ojibwa style snowshoes from a kit with guidance from an experienced instructor and step-by-step instructions. Kit includes frame, lacings and your choice of bindings. Varnish not included. Class is limited to 12 participants.

Dates: Mondays, November 10th, 17th and 24th. (A 4th Class date may be added if needed.)
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Ney Nature Center
Instructor: Earl Gransee
Cost: Members, $145.00 and
Non-Members, $150.00

The Ney Nature Center is a 446-acre Environmental Learning Center and Le Sueur County Park located on the bluffs of the Minnesota River near Henderson, Minnesota. The property is adjacent to the old East Henderson depot and village site, which has public access to the Minnesota River. It is open to the public for hiking, birdwatching, and X-C skiing. It also serves as a regional teaching station for NNC Programing, local school groups, and Community Education. We also have facilities available for rent for events such as weddings, private parties, and meetings.

Some of the things you can find at the Ney Nature Center:

  • Woodlands (including big woods remnants)
  • Native Prairie
  • River Bottoms
  • Bird Watching
  • The Famous Ney Frog Pond
  • Scenic Streams and Ravines
  • Native Wildlife
  • Historic Farmsteads
  • Hiking, snow shoeing and x-country skiing
  • Geocaching