More than 150,000 ladybugs will be set free in the Lowcountry’s largest one-time release and your children could have a hands-on part in the event. Each child in attendance will receive a small container housing ladybugs for them to release.
Plus, prizes will be awarded for the best ladybug costume in the age categories of two years old and younger, three to six, and seven and older.
There will also be nature displays, a red Volkswagen beetle resembling a gigantic ladybug, and a face painter on the property during the release.
A $15 general garden admission is required to participate. Children aged 6 to 12 have a $10 admission, while children under six are free.
Visit the official website for more information.
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