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Honeybees Are Important!
A Theatre Production for Schools & Family Audiences
Written and Directed
by
Sandra Hughes

Anatomically Accurate Honeybee  Mask : Michael Hickey                                           Photo:  Michael  Birnbaum

Honeybees Are Important! utilizes masks, mime, puppetry, theatre and dance to explore the relationship between honeybees and humans. The production premiered at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta and is part of programming available through Gateway's The  Bee Project .  Established in 2006, The Bee Project supports public awareness about the world-wide plight of the honeybees. Performances  through Young Audiences  Woodruff Arts Center  in Atlanta and outreach touring to Metro-Atlanta schools received a National Classic Intiative Grant Award.   For more information, scheduling and fees contact: gatewaypp@masktheatre.org
404 . 222 9262. 

Workshops and Residencies are available.
Let's build a pollinator garden - With Master gardener, Jerilynn Bedingfield,
Learn basic design skills and help design a garden to attract the beneficial insects that are important to our environment. Learn about good  soil quality and compost as we prepare the soil to plant plants that attract the pollinators. Plant a variety of mostly native plants and learn along the way what attracts the pollinators to each specific plant.

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