The University of Hawaii's Urban Garden Center is inviting the public to its free Second Saturday at the Garden event on Saturday, June 8.  

Members of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) will be on hand to educate garden goers about the importance of bees and how to protect the pollinators.  

Keiki, families and garden enthusiasts will learn how to care for pollinators and what pollinator-friendly plants that should be included in gardens.  

There will interactive honeybee displays and activities such as feeding butterflies, building a bee house, mamaki teas tasting, and of course, honey tasting.  

Ornamental plants, fruit trees, and herb plants will be for sale.  

The event hours are 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.  

The Urban Garden Center is located in Pearl City, behind Home Depot.