A Traditional Afternoon Tea Returns this Spring
Saturday, April 27, 2-4 p.m.
South Church, 949 Main Street, South Glastonbury CT 06073
A Traditional Afternoon Tea is one of the Center at Glastonbury’s most popular events!
Join us for tea, delicious treats, and a multi-media presentation by Margery Winters:
“Butterfly Gardens Are For the Birds.”
Butterfly gardens may attract a host of beautiful winged creatures to your yard, not just butterflies! Find out what makes a successful butterfly habitat.
Margery Winters is chairman of the Simsbury Inland Wetland Conservation Commission and assistant director of the Roaring Brook Nature Center in Canton.
$30/person through April 14, $35/person after April 14. Several sponsorship levels are also available to support our conservation work. Reserve your seat(s) below no later than April 19.
All proceeds benefit the nature programs at your Center at Glastonbury. Please note that ticket sales are final and non-refundable.