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|Close Date||24 hours before the event starts or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||18 and up|
The Festival educates and entertains Arkansans of all ages about the beauty, value, and interest of insects and other arthropods. The first Festival was held in 1993. The one-day event typically draws close to 3,000 people. It takes most people about 1-2 hours to travel through the festival grounds and all the activities. There are many educational exhibits with expert entomologists to answer questions.
There are many volunteer opportunities from manual labor, helping register attendees to manning the craft table.
|Perks||Free T-Shirt and Lunch provided. You'll have fun, learn lots, and have warm fuzzy feelings from helping out.|
|Parking Details||There is parking available in the front of the animal science center. Taking the bus from campus is encouraged, however.|
|Causes||Animals Education Education Environment Environment, Education Environment, Education, Health Environmental Education STEM|
|Skills||Artistic Help Arts and Crafts Cleanups Help w/People Performing Arts|
13 Positions Filled | 11 Impacts | 44 Hours