Walk through the woods with family, friends, and a trained naturalist guide. No pets allowed. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by a registered adult. $2/person.

"From Garbage to Garden", learn to recycle naturally with the City of Dallas free program.

For Registration information call
214-671-9233 or email Joseph.hardyes@dallascityhall.com

Recognized as one of the top 14 places in the world to see spring flowers with over 500,000 blooming bulbs and 66 acres of colorful gardens. Includes Fairy Tale Castles Exhibit. Free with $12/adult, $8/children 3-12, and $10/senior admission.

A Texas naturalist adventure to Midland, TX, Ernst Tinaja rock formation, Panther Junction, the Chisos Mountains and the Chihuahuan Desert. Registration deadline Mar 10. $1400/member, $1500/nonmember includes double occupancy lodging, ground transportation, park entrance fees and meals.
For more information contact the
Heard Natural Science Museum

Getaway to the Brenham, TX countryside with master photographer Allen Rokach; in-depth sessions, exclusive locations. $500 plus hotel. Limited space. Preregister.

Introduction to the basics of a GPS, including limitations and capabilities, and how to use it in the woods. $10/Sierra Club members; $15/non-members; cash or check. No reservations necessary.

The Cooper Institute's annual luncheon focusing on family health and childhood obesity, featuring NFL legend Archie Manning and Dr. Kenneth Cooper.

Earn a “Leave No Trace Awareness Certificate” on this girls only adventure for ages 7 and up (participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Meals, snacks, and paddling equipment provided. $125/members, $150/nonmembers.

You will delight in the joy of spring when ArtScape, the Dallas Arboretum’s fine art show and sale, brings outstanding artists from around the country together for this annual juried art show and sale. NEW this year! ArtScape is adding an additional day to the show! Join us March 18, 19 & 20 when almost 100 artists will fill the pecan grove with photography, jewelry, painting, sculpture, woodworking and much more! This three-day art fair is held when the garden is at its peak and so is the attendance. Dallas Blooms, running March 5 - April 10, is the premier floral festival in the Southwest and is regularly on MSNBC’s top ten things to do in America in the spring. Don’t miss this chance to see and buy from your favorite artists set amid the beauty of spring at the Arboretum. This is certain to become an annual tradition with your family!

Open daily: 9am – 5pm

Join other nature lovers on an overnight camping and hiking trip to Lawton, Oklahoma, 3 hours from Ft Worth. $5-10/person. Preregister.