Spring Symposium: Think Native!
The Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail annual Spring Symposium will take place on Friday May 4 in Plains. This year’s theme is “Think Native!” Native horticultural treasures of Georgia, gardening and bees, and monarchs and milkweed across Georgia are among the topics to be explored. The event is cosponsored by Plains Chautauqua and the Garden Club of Georgia.
Seating is limited. Please register online. Cost: $25 per person (includes lunch)
This is a community event.