Monarchs in a Changing World: How These Butterflies Bring Us Together, part of the Spirit & Place Festival

Monarchs go through the ultimate change when they metamorphosize from caterpillar to chrysalis and finally the beloved butterfly we all recognize. Attendees will assist in the completion of a mural designed by local artist Megan Jefferson while learning how to help increase the population of monarch butterflies. We will discuss how the monarch is a flagship species that improves the visibility of other conservation goals.

All Ages

Free of Charge – RSVP Required

What to Expect and Bring

• Weather permitting the event will take place outside, please dress for the weather.

• Face mask/cover required.

• Wear closed-toed shoes.

• Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.

DIRECTIONS: Oliver’s Woods is located at 8825 River Road Indianapolis, Indiana. Please park in the parking lot adjacent to I-465 and meet staff on foot in front of the house.

ABOUT SPIRIT & PLACE: The Spirit & Place Festival (Nov. 4-14) celebrates the powerful role the arts, humanities, and religion play in community life and is housed in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Learn more at spiritandplace.org.