Learn the history of herbs, the medicinal benefits, how to grow and cultivate followed by a hands-on session creating a herb-infused oil to take home. Lunch, herbs and decorative container included. $55/$50 includes lunch.

Free three-day event featuring screenings at six venues with almost 40 documentaries and children’s films. Films focus on issues such as food, water, natural resources and people making a difference.
For a complete listing of films, locations, times and film summaries, visit website.
Contact: Fran Witte at fwitte@cityofirving.org.

Activities for the whole family, including live concerts, interactive animal presentations, guided trail tours, demonstrations, green vendors, nature-inspired and hand-crafted items made by artisans. $10/adults, $7/ages 3-12 and seniors, free/ages 0-2.

Learn about Southlake Green Fest to be held April 6 from one of its organizers.

Networking and educational group for advocates and professionals interested in sustainability. The meeting is cancelled for February.

Part of the UUCOC's Social Justice Film Series. Documentary follows expedition into Chauvet Cave in France, home to the most ancient visual art known to have been created by man. Discussion following. http://www.ifcfilms.com/films/cave-of-forgotten-dreams and clips at http://youtu.be/oZFP5HfJPTY

Former mayor of Austin Will Wynn will speak at the first of a four-part series: "Business Case for Sustainability." Hosted by Earth NT. Cost: $20. Contact: b.oquinn@urbanstrategiestx.com.

Former mayor of Austin, Will Wynn, will speak at the first of a four-part series. Contact: Brandy O'Quinn at 817-905-5200 or b.oquinn@urbanstrategiestx.com.

Downtown employers are encouraged to permit a long lunch and herd employees to the new Klyde Warren Park on Friday. Entertainment, food trucks, ping pong tournament, croquet, yoga, mah jong are on the lineup. See complete schedule on website.

Green business professionals and environmentally minded residents meet monthly to network and learn about sustainable living. NOTE: The January is meeting is cancelled.