Carson’s Bee City hosts ‘Pollinator Parade’ on Saturday

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Carson’s Bee City USA #76, Nevada’s first Bee City, is celebrating the end of Pollinator Month with its second annual Pollinator Parade on Saturday.
Costumed birds, bees, butterflies and bats and all other pollinators are welcome to join a short parade on sidewalks, mostly along Carson Street. Brief water and photo breaks are planned.
The Pollinator Parade will start at 9 a.m. from the Carson City Farmers Market at the corner of Telegraph and Fall streets, east of the Carson Nugget.
Please no pets.
Bee City USA #76 is a citizens committee that works with Carson City to educate the public about the value of pollinators and expand pollinator habitat in the area.
To join Carson’s Bee City Citizen Committee email To learn about pollinators and review a pollinator plant list, visit the Bee City USA #76 website at and search bee city.


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