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Texas Butterfly Festival Community Day

Patrons walk along the butterfly gardens during the Texas Butterfly Festival.

On Nov. 2, the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas hosted its 24 annual Texas Butterfly Festival free community day. The National Butterfly Center is a non-profit organization geared towards butterfly conservation. The center has plenty of nature to explore throughout the 100-acre property, and more than 300 different butterfly species to catch sight of. On this specific day of the festival, there were plenty of free activities to take part…

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Haunted Trails 2019

Haunted Trails

Haunted Trails returns to Mission, this Halloween. For two nights only, the National Butterfly Center will be home to the terrifying legends of ‘lore. Join the center, just down the road from the seminary that burned on the banks of the Rio Grande River, to experience the wickedness of western Hidalgo County. Hours are 7 p.m. until the witching hour (midnight). Admission is $20 per vehicle (excludes passenger vans and…

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