Lupine Festival at Pine Bush Preserve
A Walk on the Wild Side, the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission’s 11th Lupine Fest, will take place May 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Discovery Center, 195 New Karner Road, Albany. The event is free.
Celebrate the diverse wildlife of the Albany Pine Bush as well as the wild blue lupine flower and its importance to the conservation of several rare butterflies. Visitors can enjoy live animal shows, wildlife workshops, nature walks and hands-on activities with community partners, music, games, crafts and vendors. Enjoy music with the WhipperSnappers and and B95.5.
For more information, visit https://www.albanypinebush.org/. All parking will be at 302 Washington Ave. Ext. with
shuttle bus provided. On-site parking for people with disabilities only.
10am-3pm – Face Painting
10am-11am – Wildlife Tracking Workshop
10am-12pm – Bird Banding Demonstration
10am-12pm – Live Music: Whippersnappers
10:30am – Miss Rumphius Reading
11am – Discover the Pine Bush Hike (30 minutes)
11am – Live Local Wildlife
12pm-4pm – Music and Games with B95.5
12pm – Karner Blue Butterfly Hike (1hr)
12:30pm – Karner Kontraption
1pm – Live Local Wildlife
2pm – Miss Rumphius Reading
2:30pm – Discover the Pine Bush Hike (30 minutes)
3pm – Karner Kontraption
Gloria MazurePost Author
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