22nd Annual After Dark in the Park
Oct. 5, 6 & 7, 2018
5 to 9 pm
River Legacy Parks/River Legacy Living Science Center
After Dark in the Park is one of four annual fundraisers to support environmental education at River Legacy Living Science Center and River Legacy Parks.
Check out photos from last year’s event:
After Dark in the Park is a family friendly fall festival that highlights the unique environmental education programs of River Legacy Living Science Center through a variety of games, crafts and activities.
This annual festival features family fun that includes:
- Pumpkin Patch
- Storytelling under the Stars
- Camp Scene & Games
- Bounce Houses
- Nature at Night Trail
- Animal Encounters
- Temporary Tattoos
- Balloon Artists
- Prize Cube with FUN Prizes
- Food Vendors
- A unique Children’s Area with games, crafts and activities geared for children ages 2 to 10
ADMISSION: $8 per person all ages 3 & up. (Food & some activities require coupon purchase, but MORE THAN 20 activities are FREE with price of admission). Family Fun Packages include 4 admission tickets PLUS $20 in coupons for just $45(a $52 value) and are on sale NOW through Oct. 4. Purchase Family Fun Packages ONLINE HERE or stop by the Science Center. Family Fun Packages are not available at the gate.
Please consider all event fees and advance ticket purchases a donation to River Legacy Foundation in case of event cancellation due to inclement weather. No refunds will be provided.
PARKING: Park in River Legacy Parks (at Green Oaks Blvd. & Margaret St.) and catch a FREE hayride shuttle to event entrance.
Corporate Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities are available for After Dark in the Park. To learn more about becoming a sponsor of After Dark in the Park contact Fund Development Coordinator Becky Nussbaum at 817.860.6752, ext. 120 or download a Sponsorship Commitment Form. To find out more about event activities and tickets, contact Marketing Coordinator Kristi Payne at 817.860.6752, ext. 107.
River Legacy Foundation hosts this annual fall festival in partnership with the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department. All proceeds benefit the Foundation’s environmental education programs.