River Legacy Living Science Center

Date/Time

March 26, 2022
02:00 PM until 03:00 PM

Location

River Legacy Nature Center View map
703 NW Green Oaks Blvd,
Arlington, TX, 76006

Additional Information

Description

Meet at the River Legacy Nature Center for the outdoor return of Creature Features, a program in which you'll get to know the Trans-Pecos rat snake named Trinity, and learn about its adaptations, behavior, and lifestyle.

RSVP is required. Limited spaces available. Face coverings are recommended for all non-vaccinated guests. Blankets and chairs are optional to bring. Bug spray recommended prior to arrival. Participants will receive a registration confirmation prior to the event. In the case of inclement weather, event will be moved indoors.

Free to access River Legacy Nature Center’s atrium activities, terrariums and nature trails. Access to the Science Center’s Discovery Room is by admission fee only.

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About River Legacy
River Legacy Foundation, a nonprofit was formed as a unique public/private partnership with the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department in 1988. The Foundation was started by a group of visionary citizens who saw the potential of a premier park in land donated to the city by descendants of the Gibbins family – Berta Rose Brown and Margaret Rose May. The initial 376 acres was boosted by additional land donations acquired from the Ryan Companies, Perry R. Bass and Texas Industries.

The Foundation secured grants and private donations to help the city begin the development of River Legacy Parks, with phase 1 opening in 1990 featuring trails, river overlooks, picnic areas and a playground. Today, River Legacy Parks is a 1,300-acre urban oasis following the curves of the Trinity River. Read more here.