Adult Programs

Back to School Beer Night with Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Back to School Beer Night with Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Fight those back-to-school blues with Saint Arnold Brewing Company! Enjoy a selection of Saint Arnold beers paired with fine cheeses from Houston Dairymaids. Saint Arnold Brewing Company, located in Houston, is Texas’ oldest craft brewery. Their goal is to brew world class beers and deliver them to […]

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Beer 101 with Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Beer 101 with Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Join an instructor from the Saint Arnold Brewing Company for an introduction to the delicious world of beer. Learn how beer is made and how different combinations of simple ingredients lead to many different tastes. You’ll get to sample a number of Saint Arnold brews as you […]

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Hawk Walk

Hawk Walk

Hawk Walk Saturday, September 10 2:00 – 6:30 pm (shows 2:00 – 3:30 pm, 3:00 – 4:30 pm, 4:00 – 5:30 pm, 5:00 – 6:30 pm) $30 member / $45 nonmember / $15 children ages 5-12 Instructor: Kevin Gaines Notes: Ages 5 and up Take a walk […]

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BBQ, Beer and Bingo!

BBQ, Beer and Bingo!

Enjoy a fun evening on the lawn with delicious BBQ and beer while playing everyone’s favorite game, Bingo! There will be five rounds of bingo and chances to win great prizes. The first round will begin promptly at 6:30pm. BBQ and beverages will be served until supplies […]

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Design from Nature: Biomimicry Workshop

Design from Nature: Biomimicry Workshop

Learn how Biomimicry can translate natural models into innovative solutions for you or your business. Biomimicry is a new discipline – it is the process of learning from nature to create more sustainable solutions to the challenges we face. In this relaxed and interactive workshop, we’ll discuss […]

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Arboretum at Night: Bats

Arboretum at Night: Bats

On summer evenings in Houston, when you look up into the twilight sky, you may be lucky enough to spot tiny fluttering bats picking insects out of midair. Join us for a celebration of these wonderful but often misunderstood creatures. Dr. Cullen Geiselman will give a brief […]

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Arboretum at Night: Frogs

Arboretum at Night: Frogs

Enjoy a fabulous summer night in nature! Join Chris Bednarski of the Houston Zoo for a fun and relaxed talk about the spectacular diversity and surprising beauty of frogs. In particular, you’ll learn why frogs around the world are in danger, and what species you might have […]

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Eye Shine and Ice Cream

Eye Shine and Ice Cream

We all scream for ice cream! Some folks are scared to be out in the woods at night, but not our nocturnal animals. Owls, frogs, rabbits, and spiders all have special adaptations that allow them to see in the dark. Because of these adaptations, their eyes seem […]

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Garden Photography

Garden Photography

Backyard and public gardens are in full bloom year-round in the Houston area and beckon us to get out and photograph! Grand images of whole gardens or macro images of a single water drop on a bloom can be captured with a few simple techniques. This course […]

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Edible Wild Plants

Edible Wild Plants

Discover the delicious side of nature. Texas provides an abundance of wild edible leaves, seeds, flowers, roots, and shoots – if you know where to look. Learn where to find, how to identify, and how to properly prepare a seasonal selection of local edible plant species. As […]

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