The exhibition brings together more than 200 authentic artifacts and immersive environments to explore the astonishing accomplishments of one of the most powerful indigenous Mesoamerican civilizations, that still has millions of living descendants today. Visitors will learn how the Maya built towering temples and created an intricate calendar system while discovering what archaeologists have uncovered about the once-hidden ancient Maya, and the unresolved questions about why these ancient cities were abandoned. Through hands-on activity stations, guests can decipher hieroglyphs, learn cultural and architectural techniques, and explore an underworld cave, ancient burial site, mural room and more. The bilingual exhibition, presented in English and Spanish, requires a surcharge for members and non-members.
Jul 25 2017
Perot Museum: Maya - Hidden Worlds Revealed - Dallas
Seed Preschool: From Soil to Seed Workshop - Dallas (Thru Aug. 18)
Gardens can change lives. Children who appreciate nature will feel more connected to where their food comes from and to the world around them. It all starts with a seed. Join Seed Preschool and Matilda the Bus as we partner with The Better Block for our Summer Workshop Series: From Soil to Soup. We will explore the process of planting and growing, meet some friendly creatures, create beautiful things, and enjoy a good meal together at the end. For children ages 5 to 10. $30/workshop or $150/6 workshops.
Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association: Record Keeping Strategies for Organic & Sustainable Producers - Waco
Farming requires management of various risks, some of which we can’t control. Good record keeping makes it easier to manage the risk we can control. Come learn how one set of good records can provide what you need for Whole-Farm Revenue Protection, FSMA food safety compliance, and organic certification.
Who Should Attend:
- Diversified fruit, vegetable, and livestock producers
- Direct market farmers
- Organic and sustainable producers, whether certified or not
This workshop is $10 and includes lunch!
Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club: Green Drinks - Fort Worth
Beat the summer heat and join us for happy hour/green drinks at T&P Tavern. For a map on where to park, see website link.
Public Citizen: Volkswagen Settlement Stakeholder Meeting - Seeking your Input on Potential DFW Air Projects - Dallas
Last year, a judge ruled that Volkswagen will pay $15 billion dollars in the U.S. settlement of its emissions cheating scandal. In Texas, $200 million has been set aside for environmental mitigation under the multibillion-dollar settlement. These funds have been designated for the specific purpose of cleaning up our air - and we want to ensure that these funds are used to help our communities breathe easier.
Because this is a part of a settlement, the funds are restricted for specific air-related projects. Come give us your feedback on proposed project ideas that relate to vehicles in our communities - from our personal vehicles to municipal fleets to the heavy equipment used to haul freight.
Info: Rita Beving at email@example.com or 214-557-2271.
Sponsors: Public Citizen, Dallas Sierra Club, Tarrant County Environmental Awareness Group, Liveable Arlington
Citizens Climate Lobby, Arlington Chapter: Coffee & Climate Action - Arlington
We'll be writing letters to Congress and newspapers to ask for action on climate change.
Info: Paula Luna, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brookhaven College: Moth Night - Farmers Branch
Brookhaven College is celebrating National Moth Week with a special Windmill Garden event! Learn how native plant gardens attract pollinators. Special guest Sam Kieschnick, urban biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will follow with a discussion about moths their varieties and how to document them.
It’s recommended bring water, insect repellant and a flashlight. Wear closed-toed shoes, long sleeves and pants to avoid mosquito bites. Children ages 8 and older are welcome. We will meet at the Windmill Garden on the west side of campus, just west of parking lot P5.