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Date: 21-Sep-2003
Time: 10:00AM - 5:00 PM
EventName: Bug Blast, a.k.a. Bug Day
EventType: Other
Description: For one day only, this annual insect event at the Burke Museum will feature numerous displays, demonstrations and activities featuring living bugs, beautiful dead bugs, and even delicious edible bugs! Pollinators, stream bugs that indicate water quality, and many other native bugs (as well as spectacular exotics) will be featured. Insectivorous plants will be available for sale. Come one, come all - for kids, parents and all interested parties.
City: Seattle, WA
Location: Burke Museum, NW corner of University of Washington Campus. From I-5, take NE 45th St. exit eastbound, then turn right at 17th Ave. NE; the museum is the first building you pass on your right within the campus. Parking is free on Sundays.
Age: Preschool, Grade school, Secondary school, Adult
Price: $0-6
Restrictions: No restrictions. Event is included with museum admission, which varies from free to $6.50 depending on age, student status, etc.
Contact: Rod Crawford
Phone: 206-543-9853