Southside Community Garden – Butterfly Festival

July 15, 2017

July 15, 2017

13:00 To 16:00

124 Williamson Avenue Youngstown OH 44507

(330) 727-8340

Event Description

5th Annual Butterfly Festival

Spend your afternoon in Southside Community Garden and see and feed live butterflies.  There will be live music, food vendors and an educational class available to all those who attend.

Date: Saturday July 15
Time: 1PM-4PM
Location: 124 Williamson Ave.
Admission: FREE

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