CHIMNEY ROCK — A two-hour program on the ecology of bees will be held at Chimney Rock State Park from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 22 — which just happens to be World Bee Day.
Bees are also some of the hardest working insects in the world. The two-hour learning session cover an in-depth look at the role that these fascinating creatures play in our eco-system. Plan for classroom time as well as exploring the pollinator garden during this educational experience.
Cost is $25 for adults or $15 for ages 5-15, which includes park admission. To sign up, click here.