Join us as we celebrate Earth Day at Belle Hall with pet adoptions and other activities!
Location: Belle Hall Neighborhood, Outdoor at the Veranda Pavilion area (weather permitting)
- Mass release of 100 monarch butterflies into new butterfly garden
- Transform a soda bottle into a bird feeder
- Bring a lawn chair or blanket and listen to the groovy sounds of The Wildflower Station Band
- Visit with local Meteorologist Rob Fowler
- Enjoy conservation demonstrations
- Earth-friendly vendors
RELEASE YOUR OWN MONARCH BUTTERFLY
- Belle Hall is going to do our part to increase the numbers of this beautiful and important pollinator.
- $10 for each butterfly, individually boxed for release.
- To be placed on the order list, PLEASE TEXT MICHELLE STRESS @ 210-325-3176
MAKE AN “UPCYCLED” BIRD FEEDER
- Bring a clean, dry 2 Liter soda bottle to be made into a backyard bird feeder
Schedule of Events:
11:30AM-2:30PM Music from The Wildflower Station Band
12:00PM Speaker Meteorologist Rob Fowler talks about our Earth’s weather
12:30PM-1:30PM Bird Feeder craft tutorial (bring your own 2L soda bottle)
1:45PM – 2:00PM Monarch Butterfly Release
2:30PM Festival Completion