Bees are such amazing insects! They are a very important part of the agriculture world for two reasons: they produce honey, a unique food for humans and they are our largest group of pollinators. Students learn about the honeybee, honey production, parts of a flower and pollination. In the process of playing a game, they learn about plant pollination as they pretend to be honeybees and apple trees.
This event presented by the Cooperative Extension will take place on Wednesday, July 26th at 2:00 pm. It is free and open to all ages. Refreshments will be served.
Be sure to stop by the library after the event to get your tickets for prize drawings and to check out some great new books to keep reading.