SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Botanical Garden is celebrating its David Rogers' Big Bug Exhibit opening this weekend.
Visitors will see 10 larger-than-life insect sculptures, all made from natural materials, positioned throughout the 38 acres of the Botanical Garden.
The exhibition educates the public about the importance of preservation and conservation on the planet by introducing them to the world of insects, the role they play in the plant world and their interconnectedness to our lives.
On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., there will be a children's educational scavenger hunt and a craft table where kids can make their own insects from natural materials.
David Rogers' Big Bugs nationally prominent touring exhibit features bugs as tall as 25 feet with wingspans up to 17 feet wide.
During opening weekend, if you take photos with five of David Rogers' Big Bugs and show the photos at the Botanical Garden gift shop you will receive a prize. The offer is only valid during opening weekend.
The David Rogers' Big Bug Exhibit will be on display at the Botanical Garden from Aug. 31 to Dec. 8.
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For more information, visit sabot.org or call 210-536-1400.
Sponsored article by San Antonio Botanical Garden.