BugFest takes over all four floors of the Museum of Natural Sciences Saturday so attendees can talk to entomologists, watch their kids try the games at the Arthropod Olympics or to eat bugs at Cafe Insecta.
BugFest takes over all four floors of the Museum of Natural Sciences Saturday so attendees can talk to entomologists, watch their kids try the games at the Arthropod Olympics or to eat bugs at Cafe Insecta. Juli Leonard News & Observer file photo
BugFest takes over all four floors of the Museum of Natural Sciences Saturday so attendees can talk to entomologists, watch their kids try the games at the Arthropod Olympics or to eat bugs at Cafe Insecta. Juli Leonard News & Observer file photo

Fried dragonfly with Dijon soy butter? It’s on the menu at BugFest.

September 14, 2017 10:00 AM

UPDATED September 14, 2017 02:10 PM

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