Afternoon of free family fun includes wide range of activities
The Connemara Conservancy will host a holiday celebration at its 72-acre Meadow Nature Preserve Sunday afternoon, Dec. 8, from 1 to 5 p.m.
The afternoon of free family fun will feature hayrides, hammocks, a photo booth, face paintings, hot chocolate, hot cider and all the pecans you can pick up!
In addition, holiday music will be provided by the Allen Philharmonic Tuba Euphonium Quartet.
The Connemara Meadow Nature Preserve is located on the border of Allen and Plano, with an entrance at the intersection of Alma and Tatum, between Hedgcoxe Road and Bethany Drive.
More details, including directions to the Connemara Meadow Nature Preserve, are available at ConnemaraConservancy.org.
For more than three decades, the Connemara Conservancy has been at the forefront of land conservation and environmental education in Texas. Connemara works closely with farmers, ranchers and other landowners as well as local governments and forward-thinking developers on land preservation. Today, Connemara protects more than 7,000 acres throughout North Texas. In addition, students, families and organizations participate in Connemara’s restoration and environmental education programs each year. Connemara is an active member of the National Land Trust Alliance, the Texas Land Trust Alliance and the Center for Nonprofit Management. More information on the Connemara Conservancy Foundation is available at connemaraconservancy.org.