Hocking Valley Community Hospital and co-host Butterfly Ridge invite you to attend the opening of their spring Butterfly Exhibit in the hospital courtyard on Friday, May 12th at 1 p.m.
Guests will have an opportunity to learn about butterfly lifecycles, talk about what plants to host for butterfly feeding, participate in butterfly craft making and other educational opportunities.
Founder and Director of Butterfly Ridge Conservation Center, Chris Kline, will be available to answer questions.
Butterfly Ridge Butterfly Conservation Center is a limited-liability company owned by Christopher and Kris Kline. The initial idea for Butterfly Ridge came into being in early 2014. The idea was to have a garden that would focus on the health and well-being of butterflies native to southeastern Ohio. Ultimately, the goal is that the garden will be open to the public to visit and learn about butterflies, moths, and other pollinators in the coming year.
The exhibit at Hocking Valley Community Hospital containing caterpillars, chrysalises, and butterflies, will remain on display throughout the summer.
The event is free and open to the public. To learn more about this event contact Latricia Johnston, Chief Public Relations Officer, at HVCH at 740-380-8336.
For more information on Butterfly Ridge, go to www.butterfly-ridge.com