June Is National Pollinator Month
Our Downtown Businesses Celebrated National Pollinator Month!
Look for a special window decoration with bee ornaments and tissue paper honeycomb.
Check out its novelty seed items (plant pops, etc) to encourage planting wildflowers & herbs by children.
Ask for a bee, bird, or butterfly nail design!
Offering organic produce and products year-round. Less pesticides means more pollinators!
Starting the 2nd week in June, the HPP will create the window display at Galapagos! The HPP will display its fave books, which Galapagos will have pre-stocked, so you can walk right in and get your very own copy.
Offering 10% off on any service for pollinator month awareness.
Join us! Hastings Public Library is re-initiating a permanent seed exchange library, launching on Saturday, June 11th 1-2PM. Also, the library is displaying a HPP-curated selection of books for the month of June, and our Children’s Librarian, Allee Manning, will include a pollinator-themed book for storytime at the Hastings Farmers’ Market on June 4th.
15% discount on anything yellow!
Hastings Yoga is offering children’s/pre school classes that focus on pollinators throughout the month.
Enjoy a free bee seed pollinator packet with any purchase of $50 or more.
Look for a creative Pollinator-Pride window display.
Complimentary coin & jewelry appraisals for resident seniors, discounts to others!
Hastings' flower shop featuring locally grown blooms and delivery service throughout the Rivertowns. LTF is donating wildflower seeds to HPP's seed exchange at the Hastings Library.
Mossy Fern sells native plants year-round! Contact owner Harry Fellows for a meadow or native plant install on your property.
Offering a new product line related to pollinators.
Creating a pollinator-themed window display, and stay tuned for an in-person event in the NUR Space back garden.
Enjoy a free bar of Moon Valley Soap with any purchase over $40. All Moon Valley proceeds support efforts to help bees and hummingbirds. While supplies last!
Look for a pollinator-themed window display.
St George is planting a pollinator garden in its backyard. The garden will produce materials for winter wreath-making workshops that use foraged materials – many native and pollinator plants can provide sturdy decorative accents. St. George connects with those who maintain pollinator gardens to collect materials that they want to discard during garden maintenance, and aims to share this info as a full-circle use of the garden. It's also a sustainable way to decorate!
Wild Culture Waffle & Frozen Yogurt
Featuring its signature Golden Fizz drink (fermented raw honey, ginger, and tumeric) for the month of June, and made from hyper local honey from the Higgins family in Hastings! When the Higgins’ supply is exhausted, Wild Culture sources from alternatives in the Hudson Valley. Also, look for a pollinator-themed childrens’ story hour, with ice cream, in the courtyard.