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Steve Penhollow

Steve Penhollow

Whatzup Features Writer

Published September 20, 2018

Frogapalooza may be the best “-palooza” ever devised.

It is the annual Eagle Marsh fundraiser: A celebration and subsidization of the wetland preserve’s flora and fauna.

Frogapalooza isn’t so much a chance to spend time with frogs as it is a chance to spend time with adult humans who love frogs.

There will be nature hikes, of course, but there will also be adult beverages, food, auction items, and a bonfire. This dressed-down event is a great opportunity to meet other people who love conservation and libations.

And frogs too, of course. It happens September 29.


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