For both adults & students! Learn about butterflies. Tour the school's bee exhibit. And hear from students about Zero Waste initiatives -- all in one special program.
Bill Ciesla is a Forest Health Specialist with the CSU Extension Master Gardener program. His presentation will describe the life history and habits of this insect, its migration and factors that are endangering this species. The presentation will also briefly review another migratory butterfly, the painted lady.
This program for adults is being held at the Estes Park Elementary School Library so that we can experience their bee exhibit! Estes Park High School students and staff will open the program with a 5-minute overview of the School District's Zero Waste project and efforts to be eco-conscious.
Homeschool high school students welcome.
Guest parking is available directly in front of the Elementary School or at the Community Center. Doors open 15 minutes before the program at 9:45 am. Until then, the Library is busy with students and the front doors of the school are locked for security. Please plan to arrive between 9:45 - 9:55 am when the front doors will be unlocked. The Library is the first room on your right inside the school doors and you'll have plenty of time to find a good seat after 9:45 am.
Event Type(s): Workshops
Age Group(s): Adult, Teens
Presenter: William (Bill) M. Ciesla, Forest Health Specialist