(Recommended for children ages 6 - 12)
This fun workshop session takes children through the life-cycle and migration of the Monarch butterfly, including discussion of food and nursery sources, and how to plant a butterfly waystation at home. The class includes a lively mixture of indoor and outdoor activities (weather permitting), all geared toward children from the age of 6 to 12 years old. Come join us for a hands-on and lively adventure as we follow the Monarch butterfly from egg to caterpillar to butterfly, and then follow the amazing journey to Mexico. The session will last approximately 1? hours, and is hosted by the Gideon Lincecum Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists. Contact: Karen Ginnard, (713) 584-9756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Monarch butterflies are known for the incredible mass migration that brings millions of them to California and Mexico each winter. North American monarchs are the only butterflies that make such a massive journey-up to 3,000 miles. Join other interested adults to explore the decline of the Monarch butterfly, and discuss lifecycle, habitat, migration, and restoration activities that can be undertaken from the smallest flowerbed to the largest acreage. The workshop will include approximately one hour of lively education, followed by a one-hour nature walk (weather permitting) and discussion of the restoration efforts being undertaken by the Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site. The session will last approximately 2 hours, and is hosted by the Gideon Lincecum Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists. Contact: Karen Ginnard, (713) 584-9756 or email@example.com.
Free to the public. Lovers of early Texas history, here is your chance to meet with Paul Spellman, PhD, author of the definitive work on Stephen F. Austin's Old 300! "This is the (only complete) story of the arrival of Austin's first colonists to Texas, the iconic Old 300. I have told the story of who these people were, why they came to Texas, where they came from, and how they got here. The book is 448pp with endnotes, bibliography and index." Dr. Spellman is a professor of History at Wharton Junior College. For more information, contact Becky Byers at (936) 878-2214 ext. 225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(936) 878-2214 ext. 225