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Holiday Trail of Lights is a unique family-fun fundraiser at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildllife Sanctuary designed to enhance, not overpower, the beautiful nature sanctuary. The warm ambiance of this half-mile walking trail makes this event the most unique holiday light display in North Texas.

On December 13th, 19th & 20th from 6:30-9 P.M., children and the young at heart will enjoy the opportunity to have a professional photo taken with Father Christmas and Mother Nature in a festive setting. Hot beverages and treats will be available for purchase.  Family-friendly entertainment will complement the holiday atmosphere…including appearances by a favorite Ice Queen (and maybe even her sister) each nice of the event. Local musicians, such as Parker Station and Jimmy Barcus, will delight audiences with live holiday music in the Heard outdoor amphitheater. Strolling carolers will sing for guests as they walk through the museum and grounds.

Visitors to this holiday fundraiser will simultaneously support the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary and have fun with the whole family.  Tickets are now available to the public at this link: heardmuseum.ticketbud.com/holiday-trail-of-lights-2014. Tickets at the door are only $9 for adults & seniors and $5 for kids 3-12 (children 2 and under are free). Guests who purchase their tickets online before the event will save $2 per ticket. The public is also welcome to purchase event tickets as gifts. Additional event information is available at www.heardmuseum.org/lights 

About Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary

The Heard is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit and was founded in 1967 by Bessie Heard. Miss Heard was 80 years old when she saw the need to preserve a place where future generations could experience nature. Today, the Heard's mission of bringing nature and people together is carried out through education, particularly of young people, which emphasizes an appreciation of nature and its conservation.  For more information, visit heardmuseum.org.

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