The Town of Dunn annual Arbor Day potluck is back this year from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, April 27.

Residents are encouraged to bring a dish to pass, and the town will provide brats, hot dogs, plates, napkins, eating utensils and a beverage. It will also provide some small trees to take home, as well as a presentation about local pollinators.

Town clerk Cathy Hasslinger said the event has been going on for at least 30 years.

“It’s just a really neat event,” she said. “People come together and we give away some small trees and we talk about planting those.”

The town orders some trees from a local nursery, but gives others away that the tree board has sprouted from older, local oaks native to the area.

This year, Gae Bergmann will present and discuss monarch butterfly habitat and conservation, according to the spring newsletter.

Contact Alexander Cramer at alexander.cramer@wcinet.com.