Saturday, May 1, will feature a full day of informative walks highlighting birds, butterflies, geology, native plant gardening, edible plants, and more around the park. Activities are suited for families, including programs designed to introduce children to cedar glades and wildflowers.
The festival is named for the late Dr. Elsie Quarterman, a distinguished biologist and tireless advocate for the cedar glades. The wildflower festival is co-sponsored by Middle Tennessee State University’s Center for Cedar Glade Studies.
Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity for the park to demonstrate the importance of conservation and the reason the park protects these natural resources. We will see you in May!
Schedule of events: TBD
Events subject to change due to COVID-19 and CDC recommendations.
Any and all donations go to support parks to offer such amazing events!
May 1 from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Cedars of Lebanon State Park
328 Cedar Forest Rd, Lebanon, TN 37090