Omaha, Nebraska 2021-09-20 13:35:25 –
Papillion, Nevada (KMTV) —This Friday, the city of Papillion invites the public to the unveiling of a giant monarch butterfly sculpture in the Butterfly Gardens of the Veterans Park.
The event begins at 3 pm and takes place on the northeast corner of East Hallek Street and South Monroe Street.
The city provided the next release for the unveiling ceremony:
The Papillion 150 Committee, along with the Papillion Community Foundation, invites the public to the dedication of the Butterfly Gardens in the Veterans’ Park to the City of Papillion on Friday and the official announcement of the 14-foot-high Monarch Butterfly Sculpture. .. At 3:00 pm on the 24th of 2021, the Butterfly Garden is located on the north side of the established Veterans Park on the northeastern corner of E. Halleck and S. Monroe Streets in Papillion, Nebraska. https://papillion150.com/butterflygarden/
This legacy project evolved in 2020 as part of Papillion’s 150th anniversary. The City of Papillion, in collaboration with the Papillion 150 Butterfly Habitat Committee, will provide an irrigated lawn space within the Veterans’ Park and, with the professional support of landscape architects, will use the professional support of landscape architects to create unique butterflies in the garden. We planned a shaped design and extended a circular passage from the established Veterans Park. To the garden.
Financially, this garden project is made possible by the generosity of many Papillion residents and business partners and grants from local nonprofits such as the Midlands Community Foundation, Papillion Junior Women’s Club and Papillion Area Lions Club. became. The unique Monarch Butterfly sculpture created by Omaha artist Matthew Prachek was made possible by the generous donations of Papillion’s Rudy and Linda Crowpek families, Gary and Debrasouves, and other individuals.
Over 50 volunteer gardeners working with three master gardeners to plant the first round of spring bulbs, perennials and annual flowers and maintain the garden with community service and best involvement this summer. Contributed for about 200 hours. This butterfly garden is already becoming a paradise for butterfly and pollen breeders and serves as a living classroom for students of all ages. It will be a place of peace and peace where you can look back while enjoying nature. With the addition of the Monarch Butterfly Sculpture, the garden will improve the quality of life of Papillion and will attract visitors over the years to come.
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