Members of the public are invited to help us work on whatever garden project is going on at the time. Volunteers should bring water, close toed shoes, a hat, and clothes they can get dirty. Tools and supervision are provided.
The Sibley Youth and Family Garden welcomes the West Texas Homeschool Co-op.
Sibley Welcomes Trinity Elementary 1st Graders for a Nature Center Tour
Maybe you're new to west Texas or to gardening in general, or maybe you'd like to brush up on the basics. This first program in our monthly garden series explores the inns and outs of starting your own garden here in west Texas, from considering what and where to plant, to water and soil requirements. You'll get some hands on transplanting experience, a chance to explore the Sibley Youth and Family Garden, and the benefit of all of the good, and less than good, experiences of our own Garden Coordinator. This is a free program hosted by the Sibley Youth and Family Garden.
Sibley Nature Center will be in the parking lot at Grande Stadium showing off some of our wonderful touchable natural objects. Touch a Truck and touch a real snake skin all in the same day!!
This program is designed for 2-4 year old children, and younger siblings are welcome. We read stories, hike trails, and take part in many different activities to learn about the natural world. Sibley Nature Tales and Trails is a Free Program with a suggested donation of $2. There is no need to register, just show up ready for fun!
We are into spring and that means animal babies are starting to show up. We are going to learn the different names of baby animals, how they grow, and what you should do if you find a baby animal. Come celebrate baby animals in all of their shapes and sizes.