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Pygmy Fringe Tree Wildflower Festival

SFSC MOFAC teams up with area organizations to celebrate native wildflowers of the Lake Wales Ridge. The Pygmy Fringe Tree Wildflower Festival at SFSC celebrates Lake Wales Ridge native wildflowers with guided walks on the Wayside Shrine Trail. This event will be held outside of MOFAC on the second Thursday in March and include food, interactive art, and guided photography walks. 

Check https://www.facebook.com/mofac/ for more information.

The beautiful Pygmy Fringe Tree (Chionanthus pygmaeus) inspired this celebration of Lake Wales Ridge native wildflowers.

Participants include:

Music and storytelling with Carol Mahler and Rita Youngman

Archbold Biological Station

Highlands County Audubon Society

Lake Placid Art League

Ridge Rangers

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