This free, all ages, family-friendly event will include live music, food, kids’ activities, a pollinator parade, dozens of craft vendors, regional nonprofit organizations, and much more! This event also includes the 13th Annual Native Plant Sale where attendees can choose from more than 65 varieties of native plants and shrubs - most blooming from March through October. Native plants beautify landscapes and support a healthier environment. Master gardeners, educational exhibits and other pollinator resources will be on hand to answer questions and help with plant selection. The populations of pollinators like bees, butterflies, dragonflies, etc., have been on a sharp decline over the past decade and that is a big problem because 1 out of every 3 bites of food requires pollination. Furthermore, more than 90% of all known flowering plants, and almost all fruits, vegetables and grains, require pollination to produce crops. This event seeks to celebrate pollinators and educate the public on their vital importance.