Prairie Fest is All About the Wildflowers
The 10th Annual Prairie Fest will take place from 11 a.m. to sunset, April 25, at Tandy Hills Natural Area, in Fort Worth, presented by Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area to sustain and grow their award-winning environmental education and conservation programs at Tandy Hills.
At Tandy Hills Natural Area, a 160-acre native prairie remnant set amongst wildflower-covered hills, the festival fosters environmental awareness with a fun, innovative, yet down-home event with live, local music on two solar-powered stages that includes an End of the World Parade and Brave Combo.
Participants will enjoy guided wildflower tours for young and old at the best place to view wildflowers in the Metroplex and explore local art, craft, and green living exhibitors in the Prairie Circle.There will be interactive art installations, plein air painters, storytellers, belly dancers and live art. The kids' area features educational activities and discovery hikes.