Butterflies are the focus of the Thornton Burgess Nature Program for Adults tomorrow from 10 AM until noon.

Instructor Marjorie Williams uses the Butterfly House and Pollinator Path at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster to start things off. There will be a presentation in the auditorium about pollination followed by a “walk and talk” in various gardens around the museum, focusing on some of the best butterfly and pollinating plants and how they can be used in different garden settings.

The Thornton Burgess Nature Program for Adults explores a variety of naturalist topics on the first Saturday of the month through December.

Participants will meet at the outside of the main entrance of the museum. The fee is $20 and advance registration is required at www.thorntonburgess.org

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