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S³ : Planting for Bees

  • The Children's Museum of Sonoma County 1835 West Steele Lane Santa Rosa, CA, 95403 United States (map)


The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County is excited to announce S³ (pronounced S cubed), our Science Speaker Series for young scientists. 

Children 10 and older and their families are invited to the Children's Museum every THIRD Thursday evening of the month. Scientists working in many exciting fields will be on hand to talk about their work and answer questions.  Every month brings a new topic.  Join us for fun evenings of learning about topics like Chemistry, explosions, Making and MORE!

September's Presentation

Planting for Pollinators in All 4 Seasons
Learn about the honey bee and its role in agriculture and environment. Find out how you can create a garden that can provide a safe sanctuary and forage for honey bees and other pollinators - all year round. 

Cheryl Veretto activist for pollinators - Sonoma County Master Gardener and President of Sonoma County Beekeepers Association. While living in rural SW Sebastopol she propagates, plants and shares bee forage plants while educating about planting for pollinators, the importance of pesticide free gardening -Integrated Pest Management and the wonderful honey bee.

Earlier Event: September 15
Tinker Thinkers at Petaluma Library
Later Event: September 16