On Saturday, November 2nd, the Fischer Park Nature Education Center will be hosting the Fifth annual Monarch Fall Festival from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Fischer Park Hilltop Pavilion Plaza and Nature Education Center, 1946 Monarch Way in New Braunfels.
Fall family activities include a scarecrow decorating competition, pumpkin decorating, food, and games. The amphitheater stage will feature performances by Dance by Design Studio, Premiere Ballet Company, and New Braunfels Performing Arts Academy.
This year’s festival will also introduce new Monarch Butterfly themed activities including Monarch tagging and butterfly crafts. Festival attendees are encouraged to wear butterfly costumes and take part in our butterfly costume parade.
The New Braunfels Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas will conduct a native plant sale throughout the festival.
“This year’s festival will also include opportunities to learn about Monarch butterflies, their habitats, and what you can do to make a difference,” said Recreation Program Supervisor Sonja Mlenar.
For more information about the festival visit https://www.nbtexas.org/1863/Fischer-Park, call the Fischer Park Nature Education Center at 830-221-4375, or email Fischer@nbtexas.org.