3400 Burnett Tandy Drive
Description: Kids Gone Wild! is organized by the Texas Wildlife Association and is an all-inclusive educational interactive experience that teaches kids of all ages the important connections between livestock, land, and wildlife. On Sunday, January 23rd from 11am-6pm the Cattle Arena (between Cattle 2 & 3) will be brimming with educational exhibits, wildlife and outdoor-themed activities for kids of all ages to enjoy.
If volunteers would like to bring items to the Texas Brigades area, for children to see and/or handle, please do! Deer skulls/antlers/jawbones, fishing gear (no sharp or smelly objects, please!), or anything else that kids might find interesting is welcomed.
Volunteers will also help with a Native Seed Ball activity, where kids can make their own native seed balls to plant native plants at their own places. Come join us!
Expected Audience: 100 +
Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades is a partner of TWA and an exhibitor at this event. Texas Brigades staff will be on-site at this event. Kaitlin Lavender, Texas Brigades graduate is organizing cadets to volunteer at this event. Please contact her at 817.470.9110 or email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
BOA Opportunities Available:
A.2: Repeated presentation at a single event. Restrictions: If you set up your poster or trifold while making/providing a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for a manned display, only the educational presentation and/or an unmanned display.
A.3: Manned poster display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour.
A.4: Unmanned poster display. Restrictions: poster must be displayed for the duration of an event.