Lyceum Lecture - Fran LeMasters: Pollinators, the Nature of Butterflies
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Butterfly expert Fran LeMasters will give a lecture on the intricate and delicate lives of pollinators and butterflies, specifically Monarch butterflies. Topics of discussion will include the pollinator and butterfly lifecycle and how they adapt to the environment at different stages of development; the chain of the impact of environmental changes on pollinators, butterflies, and humans; the effects of habitat loss on the Monarch population; and cultivating plants which attract pollinators and encourage pollinating activity.
Fran LeMasters started a small business in 2000 called All A Flutter Butterflies. She raises butterflies for events, exhibits, and programs in schools, at garden centers, and for garden clubs. She has her own traveling interactive butterfly exhibit that can be enjoyed at six different locations throughout the summer and into fall. She supplies butterflies for the Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens’ seasonal butterfly exhibit, and for Hospice releases in Cleveland,View more
General Admission: $10.00
Children under 10: Free
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Lecture begins at 7:00 p.m.
500 W. Streetsboro Road (SR 303), Peninsula, OH 44264
The main parking lot is located across the street from the lodge (on the north side of SR 303). A small lot for accessible parking is located next to the building.