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Houston Arboretum presents Trees and Stars

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The Houston Arboretum and the Houston Astronomical Society at Trees and Stars will present a winter celebration focused on the beautiful night sky. Inside, guests can enjoy festive food, Saint Arnold beer, Katz Coffee, and a hot chocolate bar. Outdoors, guests can hike through the winter woods and look through Houston Astronomical Society’s large telescopes to see the moon and the stars. There's also a chance to see some nocturnal wildlife, including bats, owls, armadillos and raccoons. Participants must wear walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.

The Houston Arboretum and the Houston Astronomical Society at Trees and Stars will present a winter celebration focused on the beautiful night sky. Inside, guests can enjoy festive food, Saint Arnold beer, Katz Coffee, and a hot chocolate bar. Outdoors, guests can hike through the winter woods and look through Houston Astronomical Society’s large telescopes to see the moon and the stars. There's also a chance to see some nocturnal wildlife, including bats, owls, armadillos and raccoons. Participants must wear walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.

The Houston Arboretum and the Houston Astronomical Society at Trees and Stars will present a winter celebration focused on the beautiful night sky. Inside, guests can enjoy festive food, Saint Arnold beer, Katz Coffee, and a hot chocolate bar. Outdoors, guests can hike through the winter woods and look through Houston Astronomical Society’s large telescopes to see the moon and the stars. There's also a chance to see some nocturnal wildlife, including bats, owls, armadillos and raccoons. Participants must wear walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.

WHEN

WHERE

Houston Arboretum and Nature Center
4501 Woodway Dr.
Houston, TX 77024
https://houstonarboretum.org/events/trees-and-stars/

TICKET INFO

$25-$30
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