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Buds & Blooms: Pollination

June 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Free

Entomophilous. Entemo-what? Derived from the Greek wordéntomon,” meaning insect, entomophilous pollination refers to plants that require insects for their pollination needs. Let’s wander around the McLane Center’s gardens as we search for our fluttery, fuzzy, and buzzy pollinator pals after first learning some basics about the process of pollination through a skit and a game. 

Intended for kids and families, the Buds & Blooms Series is a compilation of six in-person public programs intended to introduce participants to the magic and wonder of our native plants and pollinators. Occurring monthly through October, each program highlights a topic pertaining to pollinators and includes an interactive activity as well as a take away. Parental supervision is required and content/material is best suited for children ages 4-12.

This program is free of cost, but RSVP’s are required to reserve your spot.

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Date:
June 11
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT
Cost:
Free
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Venue

McLane Center
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301 United States
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Phone:
603-224-9909
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Organizer

Willa
Phone:
6036682045
Email:
wcoroka@nhaudubon.org

Buds & Blooms: Pollination

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