Sara will be presenting on August 23rd at 3pm at the nature-based school, Mighty Oak Elementary. The event is open to the public!
Sara will be at the Woodland Nature Center, located in the Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area in KY on September 9th at 1pm. Come learn about the monarchs, her gear, and just what biking 10,000 miles with monarchs means. Event is free and for everybody.
The Woodland Nature Center is located at 3146 Silver Trail Road, Golden Pond, KY 42211
Sara will be presenting at the Woodlands Nature Station on the north end of the Land Between the Lakes onSaturday, Sept. 9th at 1pm. All are invited to learn about the monarch migration and her 11,000 mile bike ride to follow the butterflies.
The Woodlands Nature Station is located at 3146 Silver Trail Road, Golden Pond, KY 42211
Come meet Sara, see her gear, and learn about traveling 10,000 miles with the monarch butterflies at the Landon Public Library, 167 Wortley Road, London, Ontario. Event begins at 10:00 on Saturday August 19th. Free Monarch stickers for kids and Monarch hats and books for sale.
Friday June 2nd, from 6-8pm. Bike with Sara around Lake Nokomis which is a little less then 3 miles and meeting up afterwards for a presentation by Sara all about her bicycle/monarch adventure.and then come hear her story. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Minnesota_Valley/Events.html
Meet up a 6
Head out for a bike ride at 6:15
Finish bike ride around 6:45
Presentation from 7-7:45
On May 23rd at 6:00 pm Sara will present at the First Unitarian Church, 2508 Jackson St. in Sioux City, followed by a short hike at the nearby Sioux City Prairie. The event is free to the public and is hosted by the Northwest Iowa Group Sierra Club, more information can be found at http://www.sierraclub.org/iowa/northwest-iowa , on Facebook, or by calling: 712-389-0841.
Sara will be doing Q and A sessions about her trip during the Monarch Watch Open House, in Lawrence, KS.
Straight from the Monarch Watch's website:
Ready to start a butterfly garden or improve the one you have? If so, come visit us at Monarch Watch for our annual Spring Open House & Plant Fundraiser.
We will have more than 10,000 butterfly plants (both annuals and perennials), including seedlings of twelve milkweed varieties. These plants are ideal for starting butterfly gardens or adding to established gardens. Monarch numbers have been declining and we need to plant milkweeds to sustain the monarch migration. A list of available plants appears below.
At the Open House you can learn about creating Monarch Waystations and see the magnificent butterfly and pollinator garden maintained by the Douglas County Master Gardeners. There will be games for the kids inside and out and they can make "seed balls" containing seeds of milkweeds and other butterfly plants that can be used to create habits for monarchs and other butterflies. They can also see lots of different insects and spiders, watch videos, or complete a variety of activities. All are welcome to tour our garden and lab space. We will have live demonstrations, and, of course, monarch butterflies! Refreshments will be provided.
We'd love to see you on Saturday so mark your calendars! If you can't make it in person, be sure to check us out online - we plan to post photos and broadcast some LIVE video throughout the day.