These event are deemed appropriate for younger children

Explore the night sky with the Fort Worth Astronomical Society. Free. 

Info: Tiffany Gorrell,

Meet your fellow gardeners and urban agriculture enthusiasts. Come when you want and stay as long as you'd like. Representatives from the recently opened MLK Seedling Farm will be on hand to chat and answer questions about what they do, as well as offer tours of the seedling farm.

The Seed Library will provide a variety of free seeds for everyone - plus a free take-home seed craft for kids. If you would like to bring your own seeds to swap with others, we will provide envelopes and blank labels to facilitate trading.

$8-$10. Registration required for all programs. Info: Tiffany Gorrell,


Info: Tiffany Gorrell,

A community celebration for a cleaner Dallas. Family friendly with kid's activities. Food, performance, film.

Info: or 469-826-5340.

Try out a variety of telescopes, look at visible planets, constellations, stars and chat with astronomers from the Fort Worth Astronomical Society about astronomy and their equipment. Or have a listen as our storytellers weave tales of the outdoors.Enjoy s’mores and hot chocolate and roasting hot dogs around the campfire. Bring your lawn chair and flashlight, wear your warm coat and gloves.  

Telescope viewing – 6:30-8:30 p.m

Storytellers – 7-8 p.m. 


World's largest eco-expo featuring green nonprofits, businesses and schools. Demos, speakers, live music, food, children's activities and films. Free.

The Memnosyne Institute hosts the annual Oak Cliff Earth Day. Green vendors, children's activities and more.

Native Americen Community Event and Celebration: Water Ceremony and Prayer. NDN Klaus and the Grinch Arrive, Native American Performances

Water - - It Is Life! ITINERARY:

5 PM - 8:15 PM: Food is ready (Comanche Outreach Building.)

6 PM: • Youth Introduction with Ryan Roth / Ponca • Opening Prayer with Johnny Tiddark / Comanche • Tribal Hymn • Song by Gwyn Michaela Pahsetopah / Osage • Tribal Memorial Song • Standing Rock war dance song composed by Michael Tongkeamha • Mni Wiconi song originally composed by Cherry Creek Singers. - (Healing Circle)

Meet some of our live animal ambassadors up close and personal and make a beaded keychain to remember your experience. A different animal will be featured each session and participants may choose from different keychain designs. $5 per person (with paid admission).

10 - 11 a.m. 

1 - 2 p.m. 

3 - 4 p.m.