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Date:
September 13, 2017
Time:
10:00 AM
Location:
Watertown Senior Center
Address:
31 Marshall St.
Watertown, MA 02472
Contact:
617-972-6490
Cost:
Free but donations gladly accepted.

BIRDS & BEES PRESENTED BY CAROLE SMITH BERNEY

Wednesday, September 13

Join us for a colorful and informative multimedia presentation illustrating the beauty and wonder of our winged creatures, their interdependence with other living things, and how we can help to protect them from population decline. From nesting birds to bees pollinating flowers, Carole Smith Berney will provide information and images showing where they live, how they raise their young, and why they are endangered. A musical section with projected images will follow the narrative, with time for questions, answers, and discussion.