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Sharing the Butterfly Experience returns to Pearlridge Center

Sharing The Butterfly Experience is back at Pearlridge Center. The interactive butterfly garden exhibit offers visitors a chance to interact with butterflies inside a pop-up butterfly house showcasing locally raised monarch butterflies. Visitors learn about the lifecycle of butterflies and feed them.

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Sheila Rich feeds a monarch butterfly at the Sharing the Butterfly Experience at Pearlridge Center on Thursday. The exhibit runs through July 28 at Pearlridge Center Mauka.
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Sheila Rich takes a photo of daughter Emmi, 10, and the monarch butterflies she befriended at the Sharing the Butterfly Experience at Pearlridge Center on Thursday.
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Six-year-old Raelahjade Abero holds a monarch butterfly at the Sharing the Butterfly Experience at Pearlridge Center on Thursday.
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Six-year-old Raelahjade Abero holds a monarch butterfly at the Sharing the Butterfly Experience at Pearlridge Center on Thursday.
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Six-year-old Raelahjade Abero holds a monarch butterfly on Thursday.
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Twelve-year-old Ashtyn Pangelinan holds a monarch butterfly.
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Sheila Rich feeds a monarch butterfly at the Sharing the Butterfly Experience at Pearlridge Center on Thursday.
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Sharing The Butterfly Experience is back at Pearlridge Center. The interactive butterfly experience, that runs through July 28, includes learning about the lifecycle of butterflies and feeding them.
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Nadine Nagata with daughter Aerin Nagata on Monday.
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Clarice Loo, left, showed butterflies to Kea and Koa on Monday. Their parents, Amber and Scott, were with grandmother, Jan.
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A visitor holds a monarch butterfly.
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Butterflies are attracted to sugar-coated sticks.
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Elle Nagata with a butterfly on Monday.
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Azalea with a monarch butterfly on Monday.
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Kira Hughes with a monarch butterfly on Monday.