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.

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
Hope to see you there!


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