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All submissions will be reviewed before posting to the city's Community Calendar. The city has the discretion to determine which public events will be included in the calendar. The events should provide entertainment, food or other attractions to a diverse population, and promote the economic benefits of tourism or enhance the quality of life of the community. All events must be open to the general public (for free or cost), located within the City of Greenville and organized for non-profit purposes.

Date:
February 21, 2018
Time:
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Time Details:
Directions & Parking options at the event? Enter from State Park Road, continue around the building to the back. Plenty of illuminated parking around the back entrance of the UU Fellowship. Go through the double doors, to hallway on the right to the fellowship hall.
Location:
Greenville UU Fellowship
Address:
1135 State Park Rd.
Greenville, SC 29609
Email:
Cost:
FREE
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Monarch Butterflies: The Great Migration

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Our guest speaker Stephen Schutt, the superintendent in the Oconee County Park System (High Falls, South Cove and Chau Ram County Parks) will focus his presentation on the South Cove Park not only for its incredible beauty but because several years ago it became a monarch way station and began tagging monarchs on their way to Mexico. Monarch butterflies are known for the incredible mass migration that brings millions of them from as far as Canada to California and Mexico each winter. North American monarchs are the only butterflies that make such a massive and epic journey - up to 3,000 miles, an awe-inspiring journey! In this talk Mr. Schutt will explain the health of the monarch population, the migration routes of the monarchs, how you can help scientists learn more about the monarchs through tagging, and how to create your own monarch way station. Come learn about Monarch Butterflies and their journey to Mexico through Oconee County. Event open to the public of all ages