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11jun10:00 am3:00 pmDiscovery Saturdays - Live Animal Showcase - June 2022

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Discovery Saturdays – Live Animal Showcase, Gainesville.

Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

Time(s): 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

ACTIVITIES

Pollinator Exhibitors – These guest exhibits are included with the cost of admission to Elachee.

Gather information about Georgia pollinators, view live caterpillar and butterfly specimens, pollinator plants and children may enjoy a special activity!

Atlanta Botanical Garden-Gainesville – 10am to Noon

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Hall County Schools-Reading Rocket Book Mobile – 10am to 3pm

 

Live Animal Showcases – Meet Elachee’s Live Animal Ambassadors during a 45-minute presentation with an Elachee Teaching Naturalist and then tour the Live Animal Exhibit.

Program Fee: $5 Per Adult, $3 Per Child (ages 2 to 12), Elachee Member FREE Limited to 20 Participants
Program Session Times: 11am and 1pm

Location: Elachee Nature Science Center, 2125 Elachee Dr.

Register in advance. 770-535-1976, Elachee.org, Event Link

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