Like bees, ladybugs, ants and butterflies all play a vital role in pollinating plants. To learn more about these tiny, but crucial, creatures, stop by Campbell Valley Park on Saturday, July 21 as Metro Parks presents a Pollinator Party. photo courtesy unsplash.com

Pollinator Party in Campbell Valley Park

Free all-ages event takes place Saturday afternoon, July 21

What would the world be like without the pollinating power of butterflies, ants and ladybugs?

The public is invited to come to a Pollinator Party in Campbell Valley Park on July 21 and find out.

Particpants can help out, too, by releasing a pollinator.

The party, which goes from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. will include displays, activities and crafts.

Participants are invited to meet at the pond, 20285 8 Ave, Langley.

This drop-in event is free for all ages.

To find details about this program and other Metro Vancouver programs, visit the events calendar at www.metrovancouver.org.

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