It’s a celebration of pollinators and the vital role they play at Pollinator Palooza Festival on Sunday, June 25, 2023, at the Butterfly Pavilion This FREE outdoor event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It includes a free outdoor concert featuring upcoming Nashville artist John King, as well as fun activities, food trucks, a pollinator market and more.
Families can participate in engaging activities like face painting, a garden station, and caricature portraits highlighting pollinators.
Food vendors will offer delicious treats and refreshments.
No admission is required for outdoor activities. Tickets are required for the indoor facility.
Events outside the Butterfly Pavilion include:
- Concert with John King
- Artisan market and booths connected to pollinators
- Food trucks
- Face painting of pollinator art
- Caricature artist with pollinator theme
- Photo booth with Beatrice mascot
- Lawn games
- Guided garden tours
Events inside the Butterfly Pavilion include:
- New Pollinator Place exhibit
- Wings of the Tropics butterfly releases and Butterfly Quest
- Pollinators on display throughout the zoo
- Pollinator decorations
- Butterfly Quest activity
Admission to the Pavilion and its activities and exhibits is $14.95 for adults, $12.95 for seniors and $9.95 for kids. You can buy tickets here.
The festival helps foster a sense of environmental stewardship by showcasing the beauty and significance of pollinators. It serves as a platform for raising awareness about the challenges facing these important creatures, such as habitat loss and pesticide use, and encourages individuals to take action to protect them.
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