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K-2nd: Enjoy story time, hosted by Bella the Begonia, that transforms the landscape through literary wonder and then wiggle your way through the dirt and embrace swirls in nature's design.
3rd-5th: Peek into the earth’s past through geological landforms that helped create our local Texas soil. Gain a deeper understanding of fossils and our relationship with the soil we use today.
6th-10th: Explore the physics behind a pumpkin in order to answer the questions: How much pressure can a pumpkin withstand? Does a pumpkin sink or float?
- Time: 10:00 AM —11:30 AM
- Meet in the BRIT Atrium (1700 University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76107)
- Time: 9:45 AM — 12:00 PM
- Park: Garden Center (#9s on FWBG Map)
- Check-In: Garden Center
- Tram Drop-Off: Japanese Garden
Cost: $5 per person (includes adults and children)