Native Plant Appreciation Event in Daytona Beach 11/13/10 9am - 3pm

Join the Pawpaw Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society for a full day of fun at the Daytona Museum of Arts and Sciences, Saturday November 13th 9:00am to 3:00 pm.


There will be special activities for children and adults. Also speakers, native plant vendors and guided tours of Tuscawilla Preserve. Come out and enjoy speakers covering topics:

10am: Jewels in your Garden– Kevin Bagwell Full Moon Natives
11am: AHS HEMS Academy - Mike McDowell Atlantic High School
11:30am: Florida Wildflowers DVD showing
12noon: Are You a Drip or a Drop? - Ann Moore Water Conservationist
1pm: Sweet life of Honey Bees - Tom Bartlett Master Bee Keeper
2pm: Florida Habitats and Inhabitants - Paul Rebmann Wild FL Photo
3pm: Gardening for (Wild)life - Elizabeth Flynn Nat’l Wildlife Federation
PLUS artist Lee Dunkel gives a guided tour of her exhibit Spruce Creek and the St. Johns: Silverpoint Photography

Vendors will offer: Rain barrels, Photography, Field Guides, Books, and of course, Central Florida Native Plants propagated from local sources.

Where:
Museum of Arts and Sciences Museum of Arts and Sciences
352 S. Nova Rd
Daytona Beach, FL

For more information call 386-673-9543 or visit http://pawpaw.fnpschapters.org
Hope to see you there!

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