FallFest Photo Booth
Connemara FallFest in the Meadow is Sunday, Oct. 22.
The Connemara Conservancy is hosting an afternoon of fun for the entire family in the Meadow Nature Preserve on Sunday, Oct. 22, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Admission is free to FallFest in the Meadow, which will feature a wide range of activities, including:
•Butterfly Garden Tours
•Artwork In The Meadow
KONA ICE will be serving up frozen treats from 1:30 - 3:30 and we will have hammocks provided by REI for those who just want to spend a lazy afternoon outdoors.
The entrance to the Meadow Nature Preserve is on Alma Road just south of Bethany Drive in Allen. More details, including directions to the Meadow, is available at ConnemaraConservancy.org.
About The Connemara Conservancy
For more than three decades, the Connemara Conservancy Foundation has been at the forefront of land conservation and environmental education in Texas. Founded in 1981 as one of the first land trusts in the state by Frances Montgomery Williams and her daughter, Amy Monier, 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 6,000 acres throughout North Texas with more in progress. In addition, thousands of 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 and the Texas Land Trust Alliance. More information on the Connemara Conservancy Foundation is available at connemaraconservancy.org.