7 2017

1 -4 pm Butterflies, Bees, and Birds Event-HA

11:00AM - 2:00PM  

Heska Amuna Synagogue (Conservative) 3811 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN

Contact Beverly Wilcox

Admission:  $5   Tea:  $25

Live Auction:  Memorabilia from Harold’s Deli includes Rathskeler sign, painting of downtown Gay Street, and several of Addie’s recipes; Afternoon with Bee Keeper Doug Slocum at Doug’s Other Honey Bee Farm; and Camping Excursion at Nelson’s Nantahala Hideway & tickets for Rafting in the Nantahala Rapids.

Silent Auction:  Knoxville Symphony tickets; Lunch with Mayor Rogero at Litton’s; Lady Vols signed basketball; luxurious handmade quilts and decorative pillows; Markman’s Diamond Brokers' onyx and mother-of-pearl inlaid necklace designed by Asch-Grossbart; Area Restaurants; Gourmet cooking class; TN School of Beauty; and MUCH more!

Featured Speakers on Bees, Butterflies, and Birds: 

Mark Armstrong, Retired Zoo Knoxville Bird Curator, Master Bander of Birds and Hummingbirds.
Steve McGaffin, Zoo Knoxville Education Curator Coordinator, Tennessee Butterfly Monitoring Network.
Marianne Ruth Wilson, Stanley’s Greenhouse, authority on Native Plant Pollinators. 

The Finale of the event is the release of Monarch Butterflies at 4:00!