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Title:Party for the Planet
Date:4/22/2017 (Saturday)
Address:Franklin Park Zoo, 1 Franklin Park Rd.
Location:Boston, MA
Hours:10:00am - 3:00pm
Cost/Cover:See Website for Details.
Web Page:http://www.zoonewengland.org/engage/party-for-the-planet
Contact Info:617-541-5466
Details:Don’t miss the Earth Day celebration at Franklin Park Zoo! Visit the Zoo for a fun and engaging day to raise awareness for the planet and all it has to offer. Festivities include opportunities to meet zookeepers, animal enrichment activities, a scavenger hunt, and much more!

Celebrate Pollinators in our organic garden
Visit the Organic Garden Project and learn about the big role pollinators play in healthy ecosystems. This all-day event kicks off with a presentation from BestBees on the importance of native pollinators. Then JP local artist, Carolyn Lewenberg will lead participants in building a native bee “hotel” for the garden. Children will have the opportunity to create “seed balls” to take home, with plants to support bees, butterflies and hummingbirds!

Exhibitors
Talk with exhibitors from local conservation organizations to learn how you can contribute to a healthy planet and preserve the Earth.

- AAZK New England Chapter
- Beyond Benign
- Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition
- Massachusetts Water Resource Authority
- New England Aquarium
- New England Carnivorous Plant Society
- RevolSun Massachusetts
- UNICEF USA

Special thanks to Boston Organics for their donation!

Calling all conservationists!
Visit the Kids' Corner on our website for some tips on how to be a wildlife conservationist in your own backyard:

- Learn how to start your own compost pile
- Turn your yard into a certified wildlife habitat
- Create your own butterfly garden
- Become a nest watcher
Event is:One Day Only
Audience:All Welcome
Category:Festival
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