Magnificent Monarchs

Sunday, August 19, 2018

1 pm and 3 pm

At the Indian Queen Tavern

Rutgers Master Gardener Stephanie Karoly will discuss Monarch butterflies

Be sure to visit the Monarch Butterfly Waystation at the Village and witness one of the greatest migrations on earth as it passes through New Jersey.

Each year millions of Monarch butterflies travel up to 3,000 miles from Canada to Mexico.

Registration is not required however, seating is limited.

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  1. 732-745-3030 ext 310
Sun, August 19
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Sunday, August 19, 2018

1 pm and 3 pm

At the Indian Queen Tavern

Rutgers Master Gardener Stephanie Karoly will discuss Monarch butterflies

Be sure to visit the Monarch Butterfly Waystation at the Village and witness one of the greatest migrations on earth as it passes through New Jersey.

Each year millions of Monarch butterflies travel up to 3,000 miles from Canada to ...

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