Duluth Monarch Festival

2020 Duluth Monarch Festival Cancelled Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Duluth Monarch Buddies Made the Announcement Tuesday Morning on Social Media

DULUTH, Minn. – Monarch butterflies will soon be fluttering back into the Northland, but there won’t be a festival to celebrate them this year. Duluth Monarch Buddies took to social media Tuesday morning, announcing the cancellation of the 2020 Duluth Monarch Festival. The event was scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 13. Members of the group say an outdoor…

Making Way for Monarchs in Duluth

Monarch Butterfly population decreasing over time, in need of saving experts say.

DULUTH, Minn.- A certain winged insect was celebrated for arriving in Duluth. The Coppertop Church held their 4th Annual Monarch Festival, marking the Monarchs ending their migration here from Mexico. Experts, caterpillars, and real Monarch butterflies were in attendance, helping to educate and encourage the public to plant milkweed, a non-invasive plant that attracts and feeds Monarchs. According to experts,…

Duluth Monarch Buddies to Host 4th Annual Festival

The Festival is Happening Saturday, June 8 at Coppertop Church in Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. – Environmental experts say the Monarch population has dwindled by 90 percent over the past 20 years. To combat the issue and raise awareness, Duluth Monarch Buddies is hosting their 4th annual Duluth Monarch Festival Saturday, June 8 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Coppertop Church in Duluth. This year, free milkweed seeds will be given out…

Spread Your Wings at the Duluth Monarch Festival

Festival organizers say there are plans to plant milkweed at 20 sites along the Duluth Lakewalk this summer

DULUTH, Minn. The Third Annual Duluth Monarch Festival welcomes monarch butterflies who have been away all winter and have just arrived in the Northland. The celebration was at the First United Methodist Church. It allowed people to get familiar with monarchs and purchase milkweed plants., which are crucial for monarchs and their caterpillars to survive. The festival had all things monarch with kids activities…