Pest Control Company In NJ Unveils Praying Mantis Sculpture At BugFest 2016

Ozane Termite and Pest Control, the host of BugFest 2016, announced their Celebration of insects and bugs event will be held at 1761 Lakewood Rd , Toms River, NJ 08755 on June 11th 2016. Presented by the Central Ocean Rotary Club.

Parents, grandparents and people who love insects who are looking to have some fun and learn about insects plus can view the newly unveiled sculpture of a Giant Praying Mantis can attend BugFest 2016 scheduled for June 11th 2016.

The newly unveiled sculpture was created by self-taught metal sculptor artist Bill Segunda from Butler, PA. Several of Bill’s life-like sculptures were installed at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh and at Disney’s Epcot. He also created three, large, insect sculptures for the St. Louis Zoo as well as several twelve-foot steel cockroaches climbing the ABC Pest Control building in Dallas. A large 35-diameter spider sculpture distracts drivers as they approach turn four of the Barber Motorsports in Birmingham. Ripley’s Believe it or Not has purchased several pieces for their United States and international museums.

Central Ocean Rotary Club is presenting this year’s event at Ozane Termite and Pest Control’s Insectroplis, the Bugseum of New Jersey, which will include:

Special activities during BugFest 2016 – Free Prizes, Crazy Cockroach Races, Buggy Face Painting,Scavenger Hunt,Temporary Bug Tatoos and the Eat-A-Bug Club Challenge

Special Guests at BugFest 2016 – Herbertsville Honey Company, Cattus Island Park, Masters Gardeners of Ocean County and NJ Department of Agriculture Invasive Species

Museum Attractions at BugFest 2016 – Beautiful and exotic insects from around the world. – Beautiful and exotic insects from around the world, Fun and educational games, an observation beehive and working ant farm and insect handlers allow visitors to touch tarantulas,scorpions,giant millipedes and hissing cockroaches

All ticket sale proceeds will be donated to the Central Ocean Rotary Club Academic scholarship Program. Each year five high school students are awarded $1500. Supporting this event makes this possible.

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