Jeff Garretson - April 23, 2016 6:08 am
From Discover Salina Naturally website
The path to Salina’s Past, Present and Resilient Future will lead everyone to Lakewood Park for the Discover Salina Naturally Festival in May.
“This year we are kind of focusing on pollinators,” said organizer Debbie Nelson.
Nelson told listeners during the the KSAL Morning News Friday that a booth dedicated to bees and other pollinators would be an education spot for children in attendance.
“We’re going to have some hands-on activities for the children,” Nelson said.
“We want them to realize how important the bees are. How important all the pollinators are.”
Visitors to the 5th annual event will find booths and information on a wide variety of conservation topics and products like rain barrels, xeriscaping, organic and Vegan foods. Historical booths that have displays of black powder rifles, Civil War re-enactors, astronomy and musical acts.
With over sixty exhibits, children’s activities and live entertainment organizers are promising something for everyone at the Discover Salina Naturally Festival. The event is Sunday, May 1st in Lakewood Park from 11am to 4pm.
Admission is Free and parking will be offered at Lakewood Middle School with free shuttles running between the school and park.