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Events & Programs at Tandy Hills

Kids on the Prairie

Our signature outdoor education program

Beginning in 2010, FOTHNA teamed up with Fort Worth ISD, City of Fort Worth Parks & Community Services Department and Cross Timbers Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists program for field investigation trips at one of the few remaining native prairie habitats in Fort Worth.

2017 Dates have not yet been determined.


Prairie Sky / Star Party

Tandy Hills Prairie Sky/Star Party: Astronomy - Community Engagement

After many years at the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History, the well-attended, monthly public star parties presented by the Fort Worth Astronomical Society (FWAS) have moved to Tandy Hills Natural Area.

Established in 1949, FWAS is one of the first adult amateur astronomy clubs formed in the country and one of the largest with more than 200 active members.

Members will have several telescopes set up at Tandy Hills for viewing the night sky.

Free & open to the public. All ages welcome. Family/kid-friendly - No dogs - Coolers welcome - Steel City Pops will be on hand

More details at the NASA website:

> > > Star party Etiquette:

WHENSecond Saturday of every month beginning July 9th, dark-thirty
Next event: Saturday, August 13, dark-thirty

September - 10th

October - 8th

November - 12th

December - 10th (?)


Also Happening on Aug 13

Moth-ing 'til Midnight with Sam Kieschnick

What stirs in the night at Tandy Hills? How about some really amazing and unique moths?!? Believe it or not, there is a tremendous diversity of moths in the metroplex. These nocturnal insects have amazing patterns and colors, but special lights are needed to fully attract and appreciate them. We’ll be setting up some moth lights and moth sheets to entice the nocturnal bugs to visit for everyone to see. Bring a flashlight and a camera to document some of the neat flyers as well. Come and be a moth-er at Tandy Hills from sunset until around midnight!