To bring back the monarchs –and to protect all pollinators—we need to spread the word, to talk to our neighbors, friends, and family about the importance of taking action to conserve the monarch butterfly. Mayor Perez has taken the pledge committing to create habitat for the monarch butterfly and pollinators as well as to educate citizens about how they can make a difference at home and in their communities. In this class, families will learn about the monarch life cycle, habitat, environmental dangers and how to create a pollinator garden. We'll create butterfly seed balls that each individual will get to take home and we'll also plant a small pollinator garden in the front of the library.
When: Saturdays - June 22 | July 27 | August 24 | September 28
Time: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: Angleton Library
Ages: All ages
Registration: Signup at the Angleton Library; class sizes are limited to 30