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Pollinator Night in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma

Skydance Bridge in Oklahoma City, OK over interstate 40.

Overview

Join The Nature Conservancy and Okies for Monarchs for the most bee-utiful sunset party in OKC to celebrate Pollinator Week at Skydance Bridge as it lights up yellow and orange on Tuesday, June 21.

👉 Come out and get the most fluttering sunset selfies!

👉 Take the pollinator pledge and get free seeds!

👉 Ask an expert! A variety of pollinator and wildflower experts will be on hand, so bring your inquiring minds.

👉 Bring the kids to see live monarch caterpillars 🐛 and butterflies 🦋 as well as to color their hearts out at our activity table!

Inspired by Oklahoma’s state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher, Skydance Bridge soars over Interstate 40. The bridge is a 380-foot-long pedestrian bridge with a 197-foot-tall sculpture. The bridge is made of 412 tons of steel and is illuminated nightly by LED lights. These colored lights are changed remotely for special events and holidays.

The bridge is located on I-40 near Robinson Ave. S. in Oklahoma City, OK 73109. Parking is available on Hudson Ave. just northwest of the bridge.

Get your cameras ready and bring your friends and family for a festive evening to celebrate our much-needed pollinators!

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