Monarch Wing Making


Join Deschutes Land Trust + Base Camp Studio as we craft our very own Magnificent Monarch Wings!

Use your creativity to bring awareness to a cause! Western monarch butterfly populations are in decline. As an important breeding ground for monarchs, Central Oregonians are working together to bring the monarchs back!

Help get the word out by making and wearing your own monarch butterfly wings!

Use fabric, paint, and other materials to make your own monarch wings then join Deschutes Land Trust, Base Camp Studio, and The Environmental Center to walk in a kaleidoscope of butterflies at the Earth Day Fair & Parade.

This drop-in wing making session will be led by art studio and Land Trust staff to help us on our journey to create and protect our butterflies

Wednesday, April 17: 3-6pm
Base Camp Studio: 2531 NE Studio Rd, Bend OR 97701

Bring the whole gang or plan some quality time with a parent, child, grandparent, niece, friend... you get the idea! The studio is open for all ages to connect with others doing, creating, and protecting what we love.

No art experience necessary. We will have all the materials you will need and a facilitator to help you get started in our journey!

  • Location: Base Camp Studio 2531 NE Studio Rd, Bend OR
     
  • Level of Difficulty: Easy! No art (or wing making)experience necessary!
     
  • What to bring: Your creativity + any embellishments you would like to add to your wings!

Space will be limited for this wing making party, children are invited to join with an adult. 

Contact Rebekah Ratcliff, rebekah@deschuteslandtrust.org, to join us for a fabulous fluttering time!