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Bee Fest returns to the Belle Isle Nature Center on Saturday, August 20th from 10am to 3pm. The FREE family event hosted on National Honey Bee Day and focuses on the important role bees play in our ecosystem and teaches guests how to care for these six-legged pollinators through fun activities and educational displays.
Bee Fest activities include beekeeper talks, pollinator-friendly arts and crafts, candle making, honey tasting, local vendors and more. Admission to the Nature Center is free but a $12 annual Michigan State Park Pass is required to drive on Belle Isle.
While you’re on Belle Isle, BEE sure to check out these other attractions.
- Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory
- Belle Isle Aquarium
- Dossin Great Lakes Museum
- Oudolf Garden Detroit
- Belle Isle Beach
Photo credit: Belle Isle Nature Center
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