Monarch Migration Festival

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Event Details

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/08/2019
1:00pm-3:30pm
Cost: $5/person

NOTE THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY OCCURRED

Location
Gallup Park
Region: East Ann Arbor
3000 Fuller Rd, Ann Arbor


Event Description

Every year, waves of monarch butterflies migrate over mountains, forests, and deserts in the United States to reach their wintering grounds in Mexico. Join LSNC in a celebration of the monarch butterfly’s migration, and help contribute to conservation efforts for monarchs by engaging in a variety of butterfly-related activities. Learn about the challenging journey monarchs take every year, have your face painted, and meet local experts and vendors support butterfly conversation efforts.

This event will take place at Gallup Park, 3000 Fuller Road, Ann Arbor MI 48105.  Activities will be stationed next to Elizabeth R. Dean Grove & Butterfly and Hummingbird Garden.

Registration is $5 and is required by Friday, September 6th

Contact Information
Leslie Science & Nature Center

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