World Bee Day at the Cook Museum
Saturday, May 20 from 10 am – Noon
FREE for Members or with General Admission
Do you like apples? What about pumpkin? How about almonds? We can all thank the honey bee for cross pollinating a good portion of the crops that produce the foods that we consume throughout the day! Come to the Cook Museum to learn more about bees by using microscopes to get up close and personal with bee specimens. The Museum’s staff will share information about pollinator species and will have handouts to help you make your own bee condo at home.
- Pollinators & Their Homes: 10 am – Noon
- Microscope Discovery Stations: 10 am – Noon
- Helpful Honey Bees! Science on the Spot:12:30 pm
- Bee Hive Reintroduction Video: All Day