Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies, NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario

April 17 & 18, 2015 | WORKSHOP 2


Welcome to the Monarch Teacher Network of Canada's second international workshop, open to participants on both sides of the Canada/US border! We are thrilled to be able to host this special workshop at the beautiful Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory.

   MTN of C Niagara 2014

About this Workshop

The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory is a magical attraction that features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!

Points of interest:


Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
2565 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, ON

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Registration Fee

The two-day registration fee is $150 + HST, and includes:

Click here to see the tentative workshop schedule

Due to the popularity of this workshop, we will be offering two separate sessions. Workshop 1 will run on April 15 & 16, 2015. Please note that workshop content will be the same at both sessions.

To register for Workshop 2 on April 17 & 18, 2015, please click on the button below. 

Eventbrite - Teaching & Learning with Monarch Butterflies, Niagara Falls ON | April 17 & 18, 2015

Local Accommodations  

Please note that accommodations are not included as part of the workshop offerings. Because this workshop spans two days, we recognize that some individuals may wish to know about local lodgings. We are unable to recommend any particular accommodations, however, there are many lodging options in the Niagara Falls area and we are confident that you will be able to find suitable options by reviewing Niagara tourism websites.

Local Sponsors

 Niagara Parks logo     Niagara Butterfly Conservatory logo



  Sponsors and Partners
Monarch Teacher 

Network EIRCThe 

W.Farfield Weston FoundationThe Living City FoundationToronto and Region Conservation