Turtle Point open house

Making new friends in the butterfly garden, Karlie Carn of Spanish Fort, left, and Ella Claire Gunter of Uriah, right.
Kinsley Redding came from Citronelle for the open house – especially the mosaic classes.
Around the mosaic table

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Turtle Point Science Center in Flomaton was the place to be Saturday, April 27, as the staff hosted an open house. Folks came from far and wide – literally – to tour the facility and take part in mosaic classes.
Thanks to a grant from Gulf Coast RC&D, artist Linda Munoz offered mosaic classes for kids and adults. During class time around the big table, all ages were elbow to elbow creating their own mosaic to take home.
Folks visited the Shirley West Butterfly House to see butterflies really up close and personal.
The boardwalk was open and numerous visitors took the quarter mile (one way) walk through the woods to the wetlands.
If you worked up an appetite or thirst, the Flomaton High School Senior Class provided refreshments, including some great sausage dogs.