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Butterfly Festival

When

Date: 08/08/2015

Time: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm



Where
Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Worcester, Massachusetts, United States 414 Massasoit Road

508-753-6087

http://massaudubon.org/broadmeadow


Description:
Fee: $4 Mass Audubon Adult Members, $5 Adult Non-members, $4 Child Members, $5 Child Non-members. ... Read More >>
Fee: $4 Mass Audubon Adult Members, $5 Adult Non-members, $4 Child Members, $5 Child Non-members. Rain Date is August 9. $20. maximum per family. Show your card for membership rate.
Description: Enjoy educational fun for all ages at the 6th Annual Barbara J. Walker Butterfly Festival at Broad Meadow Brook, where butterflies fly free in their natural habitats. The day’s activities include naturalist-led walks, live caterpillars, butterfly art, face painting, children’s activities, butterfly garden tours and observation stations, butterfly plant sales, vendors, music, food, and much more. Come in costume and get a prize! For more information and to register, call 508.753.6087. Sponsored by United Natural Foods Incorporated, South High Community Service Youth Council, Worcester Garden Club and National Grid Hide

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