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SATURDAY, OCT01
10AM–1PM, WAGNER PARK

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us for one of BPCA’s most popular events highlighting the importance of stewardship and conservation of our local waters. The day features catch-and-release fishing with experienced anglers, an art project, and a nature walk: 

10AM-1PM: CATCH-AND-RELEASE FISHING
10:45AM: ART PROJECT
11AM: FAMILY THEATER PERFORMANCE
12:15PM: NATURE WALK

Teatro Sea will present The Galapagos Convention, a live play with puppetry. The bilingual educational theater creates works specifically designed to examine, challenge, and create possible solutions for communities.

Master Beekeeper and Chief Melittologist, Guillermo Fernandez from The Bee Conservancy will lead a nature walk discussing native bees and their habitats. Stop by their booth for bee specimens, kids activities, and learn about citizen science!
Free to attend. Let us know you are coming: 
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