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  1. Nature Discovery Series - Discover A Bug's World

    June 2, 2018, 10:00 AM @ Crescent Bend Nature Park

    Does your little one enjoy being outdoors and searching for creepy crawlies? Do Mom and Dad want to get the family outside more enjoying time together? Then the Nature Discovery Series is for you! The program is designed for families with elementary-aged children, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Guadalupe Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists volunteers lead the themed programs which are listed below. The program is free, but pre-registration is required. Please call the Parks & Recreation Office to register at (210) 619-1850. Space is limited. Discover a Bug’s World – Saturday, June 2 The world needs bugs! Interpreters will show how insects are an integral part of the natural world. A world without insects would be a fundamentally changed world with human consequences.

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  2. Star Party at Crescent Bend Nature Park

    June 2, 2018, 8:30 PM - 11:00 PM @ Crescent Bend Nature Park

    Come explore the Texas night sky with volunteers from the San Antonio Astronomical Association on Saturday, June 2 from 8:30 – 11:00 PM at Crescent Bend Nature Park, 12805 W Schaefer Rd, Schertz, TX 78108. Get an amazing view of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus, watch satellites tracking across the sky, and learn about the different star clusters from our knowledgeable volunteers. Star Party Etiquette: Dim your vehicle lights when entering the park. Bring a flashlight with a red infrared “night-vision” setting or make your own by covering a regular flashlight with red cellophane and a rubber band. Dress for the weather and bring water and a camp chair if you’d like. Don’t touch any equipment without asking the astronomer first. Avoid loud and boisterous activity; the stars in the sky are the show for the night. This event is FREE. For more information contact City of Schertz Parks and Recreation at (210) 619-1850.

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