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Summer Science Night: Saving Monarchs

  • Indiangrass Preserve 31950 Hebert Rd Waller, TX, 77484 United States (map)

Summer Science Nights are a great way to enrich your child’s understanding of science in the best laboratory of all — the great outdoors. Each session includes hands-on, minds-on activities and a hike on one of our wildlife-rich preserves. Sign up for one, two, three, or all four classes. Each class runs from 6 - 8 pm at our Indiangrass Preserve.

The monarch butterfly is a symbol of wild and beautiful nature, yet they are declining. Join Texas Master Naturalist teachers to learn about monarch migration, biology, and how you can help monarchs at home or school.

Cost: $7 per child per class
Audience: Children ages 5 - 8
Registration: Click here to register.

Earlier Event: July 15
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Later Event: July 18
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