All Day Two Day Festival
Recycle Revolution hosts this free gathering featuring live music, food, drinks, ping-pong, films (Landfill Harmonic and The Story of Stuff) and tour of zero-waste facility.
Bright colors and bold patterns redefine nature in Texas Discovery Gardens’ latest art exhibition "Portals." Large scale acrylics and monotypes by Jackie MacLelland feature alternative perspectives. Ceramic birds and printed columns are also on display.
An opening reception will be held May 25, 4-6 pm. $4-8. Free admission for visitors attending the reception.
Enjoy nature walks and light refreshments at this family-friendly event.
Learn what science you already do in your daily life and the field skills you didn’t even know you had. Workshop features family-friendly, hands-on activities and presentations. Free. See schedule below.
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Discovery...
Hike 3-4 miles on flat trails for bird and wildlife viewing. Bring water, snacks. $5. Contact: Claudia Blalock, 817-924-6242.
Learn about butterflies. Program is geared for children 5-8 years old. Held at 1 p.m. & 2 p.m. Free with paid admission.
Take a canoe tour in the evening hours. Opportunity to hear beavers slap the water with their tails and see deer and raccoons. Canoes, paddles and lifejackets are provided. Children must be 5 years or older. Parents must sign a liability waiver for minor children. Some previous...
Investigating and studying skulls can tell you a lot about willdife. Learn about what they eat, how well they hear and other interesting facts about them. Held at 1 p.m. & 2 p.m. Free with paid admission.
Stress-free drawing lesson at the boardwalk. Previous drawing skills are helpful but not required. Bring some #2 pencils, a few tissues, eraser and a sketchbook if you have one. Recommended for ages 14 years and up. Free...