How to Speak Insect
How to Speak Insect, with NatGeo’s Dr. Gabby Wild
For children ages 4-12, join us for another day of fun with Dr. Gabby Wild! On May 7th at 10:00 a.m. What are those bees talking about? What does it mean when butterflies fly around each other? Spark your child’s love of insects by hearing about Dr. Wild’s wild adventures and encounters. After that, children will explore stations including a nature walk looking for insects, planting a flower to attract butterflies, helping build CEED’s bee house and more! Come experience, discover, and learn more about insects.
All proceeds benefit CEED and the D. Gabby Wild Foundation
Purchase a ticket and a signed copy of “How to Speak Animal” by Gabby Wild at a discounted rate!
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