We’re excited to be part of the fun on Saturday, April 29, when Floyd County Extension is hosting their fourth-annual “Pollinator Day.”
Last year, over 700 people came to celebrate and learn about pollinators.
This year, we’ll be one of many booths where families can have fun learning about pollinators. We hope you will come find our booth: we’ll have hands-on games that let kids have fun while they learn about the beauty of our native butterflies, bees, and other pollinators.
A bit more info about the day, from the fantastic host, Purdue Extension Floyd County:
Pollinator Day is a free, family-friendly event packed with hands-on activities for all ages. Activities include beehive tours, building your own hummingbird feeder, native bee nest, and butterfly feeder, planting for pollinators, crafts for the kids, and more. There will be classes on bumblebees, monarchs, and planting for birds and butterflies. Local vendors also will be present selling garden and nature related items. Attendees will receive a free t-shirt or tote, a native tree or shrub, and a complimentary lunch, while supplies last.
Pollinator Day will be hosted by the Purdue Extension Floyd County at the Purdue Research Park at 3000 Technology Ave., New Albany, IN on April 27, 2019 from 10 am-3pm.
For more details, click here: https://www.floydcounty.in.gov/index.php/floyd-county-indiana-event-calendar/community-events/2019-poll