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Protect & Preserve Gala Luncheon and Much, Much More!
Cibolo Nature Center & Farm

October, 2016


Our Protect & Preserve Gala Auction
All funds raised support the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s mission to promote conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship.
Check out our exciting auction items and

Bidding is open until 8 PM on Friday evening, October 21st

Please visit our calendar at www.cibolo.orgoften. We are continuously updating our current schedule!
Are you shopping for a new vehicle? Consider donating your old one and make a difference to the cause you love now! That's right. Don't trade it, donateit.  

Little Explorers:
Oct 12, 26, Nov 2, 9, 16.

Mother Nature's Storytime:
Oct 19: Vegetables!
Nov 16: Autumn!

Yoga for Nature Lovers:
Oct 17, 24, 31, Nov 7, 14
Thirst for Nature event:
Oct 13: Owlers & Growlers
Fall Family Festival:
Oct 15 at the Farm
Protect & Preserve Luncheon:
Friday, October 21
Deer Camp at Farm
Oct 28
"Can I Can That?"
Oct 29
Drawing from the Heart
Oct 29
Thirst for Nature event: Campfire Tales!
Nov 5
Sketching into Painting
Nov 10 & 11
Kids Club Hot Dog Thanksgiving
Nov 12
Harvesting Rainwater & Solar Energy Workshop
Nov 12
Volunteer Day of Service
Nov 12
Watercolor Your World
Nov 17 & 18
Herff Farm, 33 Herff Road in Boerne
Open most Saturdays from 9 AM to 1 PM through December 10th (closed November 26th only)



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