Deer Lake Lodge, a local resort and health spa, will host a class with Mark “Merriwether” Vorderbruggen, an expert in wild edible plants, on Saturday, March 21, 2020, at 9 a.m. The class will be in conjunction with Deer Lake Lodge’s regular health and cleansing program. Guests will have the opportunity to spend four hours exploring Deer Lake Lodge’s 50-acre oasis and learn about Texas’ edible wild plants and the basics of foraging, with Merriwether as their guide. To reserve a space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Deer Lake Lodge Class” and include the number attending to ensure availability. For more information on Dr.
Spring in the Pineywoods at Lake Houston Wilderness Park Even though here in South Texas we don’t really have true seasons, the wildlife still depends on the small seasonal triggers that we do have. Animals come out of hibernation, wildflowers bloom, and reproduction begins. Each week we will be springing into new topics ranging from pollinators to edible plants. Free with park admission. All programs require adult supervision for youth under 17. Reservation required. Location & Information
Wings and Wheels Wings & Wheels is the 1940 Air Terminal Museum's quarterly open house, featuring static displays of airplanes and automobiles. It is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month, rain or shine. Join by car or air. Fly-in visitors, car club drivers, and museum members get free admission! Food is provided by a drive-up food vendor or cooked in-house. LOCATION & DETAILS
Living History - Doolittle Raid at the Lone Star Flight Museum Enjoy the tale of the life and influence of Jimmy Doolittle, an accomplished, record-holding pilot with a PhD from MIT, as presented by our volunteer Don Houk. Most notably, the excitement and risk of living through the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo, one of the most dangerous and effective missions of WWII. During a time when the morale of America was low, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Lt. Col. James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle was selected to organize and conduct a secret program to place medium Army bombers on an aircraft carrier as a means of
National Forest Day Hike at Lake Houston Wilderness Park Help us celebrate National Forest Day by joining us on an appreciation hike while learning about the local flora and fauna and history of our park. Free with park admission. All programs require adult supervision for youth under 17. Reservation required. Location & Information