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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January Free Days
Beginning January 3, 2004, and ending January 31, 2004, The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center will waive its regular admission fees. The Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday - Sunday.Visitors are encouraged to enjoy a crisp winter walk throughout the garden grounds and out on the various nature trails, including the Center's wheelchair-accessible trail system comprised of the John Barr trail (1/4 mile) and the Restoration Research Trail (1 mile); The Savanna Meadow Trail (1/4 mile); and the Woodland Trail (1/4 mile). Discover more about the natural world by using the Wildflower Center's Discovery Backpacks, a free, self-guided resource that includes: books, binoculars, butterfly identification wheel, bug collection box, scavenger hunt, and wildflower guide.Resource books will be available for use in the Visitors' Gallery to help Central Texans plan their spring gardens, and Wild Ideas: The Store will offer 20% to 40% off a special group of book titles throughout January.
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is a native plant botanical garden dedicated to educating people about the environmental necessity, economic value and natural beauty of native plants.
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