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All About Butterflies at Flat Rock Brook

 

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Join us at our nature center and learn about butterfly gardens at a lecture by Don Torino of Bergen County Audubon Society. 

Attendees will learn which native plants will provide nectar and attract butterflies to your garden. 

We'll also display a butterfly collection of native specimens found at Flat Rock Brook that dates back over 50 years!  View  watercolor illustrations of butterflies by students of Cochet Art Studio.  Light refreshments will be served and live music will be performed by Mi Zhou. 

Come and enjoy this special afternoon with us!  Admission is FREE.

Call (201) 567-1265 to reserve your spot today!

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