Have you walked around a garden or near flowering plants and heard a loud buzzing sound? You look to find a bee busy at work, but wonder what it is actually doing besides sticking its body into a flower.
Come to our "Summer Nature Adventure: What’s Buzzing in the Garden" to get an up-close look at the HNA Community Garden bees and talk to our local beekeepers to learn more about how bees and other insects help pollinate plants.
While at the community garden, you and your family will explore our beautiful space with hand-on activities, planting, and movement to educate all ages about the importance of pollinators.
When: Thursday June 8 | 10 am - 12 pm
Where: HNA Community Garden (located behind Village Hall)
Registration Info: $28/family
About the Instructor: Jennifer Cohen is the Healthy New Albany Community Garden Coordinator and assists with the HNA Nature team.