Recent rains have helped to ensure that we’ll have an abundance of flowers to look at during our Platte River Prairies Field Day on July 13, 2012. It’s been hot and dry – and looks to continue that way for at least the next week – but we’ve had enough rain that most plants will still be green for our big event. And, of course, that means that we’ll have a good supply of bees, ants, spiders, and other critters too!
If you’ve forgotten – or somehow missed the initial announcement – you can see all the details here.
We’d appreciate hearing from you ahead of time if you know you’re coming – so we can be sure to have enough snacks and drinks for everyone – but you’re more than welcome to just show up at the door too. It will likely be hot, but we’ll have plenty of shade outside, a big air conditioned building to retreat into if you need it, and lots of ice water to refill your bottles.
Please contact Mardell Jasnowski at 402-694-4191 or firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or with questions.
See you in a couple weeks!