122 copper wind sculptures by Utah-based sculptor Lyman Whitaker.
Jul 14 2018
Dallas Arboretum: Wind Sculptures in Motion: The Kinetic Art of Lyman Whitaker - Dallas (Thru July 31)
Friends of O.S. Gray Natural Area: Community Day - Arlington
Please bring your favorite work gloves, shovel, litter picker upper, or gardening tools.
Wear appropriate clothing for the weather and for working in a natural area (long pants, long sleeves, sturdy shoes, hat).
Water and snacks will be available.
O.S. Gray Natural Area has no restroom facilities, but Kroger is nearby.
Oliver Nature Park: Junior Physicists - Mansfield
Every action has a reaction, and what goes up must come down. Investigate the physics of air and gas pressure. How far can a balloon racer travel? Can invisible gases blow the lid off a container? Get these answers and more through hands‐on experiments and demonstrations. Pre‐registration is required. $7-$9.
Ages 9-14, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Ages 5-8, 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Texas Discovery Gardens: Native Plants Symposium - Dallas
Celebrate the wealth of plant diversity in the Lone Star State! Learn about their uses and cultivation. In an environment increasingly devoid of this plant heritage, protecting, restoring, using and promoting it is more important than ever.
North Texas Renewable Energy Group: The Story of an Environmental Turnaround - Dallas
Presenter: Dale Crownover, CEO & President, Texas Nameplate Company
Founded in 1946, Texas Nameplate Company manufactures metal and plastic labels and nameplates for appliances, oil field equipment, high-pressure valves, trucks, air conditioners, equipment and other uses for customers in energy, transportation, marine, military, manufacturing and other sectors worldwide.
For many years, TNC was on the environmental "bad guy" list. They were repeatedly cited by the city of Dallas for violations related to polluted water discharge. At one point, eight citations were issued, and the city threatened to turn off TNC's water.
That's when TNC began changing their practices. In 1988, TNC won a "Dallas Blue Thumb" award for water quality, and they never looked back.