•WICKED: June 9, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
•WICKED: July 14, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
•WICKED: August 11, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
•ROCKIN’ DOWNTOWN: June 13, 9 to 11:30 p.m

Summer 2015 EVENTS

June 9 (7-8:30 pm. RIVER WILD!)
July 14 (Family Nature Night, 7-8:30 pm.)
August 11 (Family Nature Night, 7-8:30 pm.)
Preregister by calling RNC: (830) 257-4837. Suggested donation (per family): RNC members $8/ non-members $10.

June 13, 9:00-11:30
Learn some geology, cultural history as well as trees.  Fun for the family (grades 3rd-up).  Starts at east side of Court House.
Pre-register by June 11 by calling RNC 257-4837 or email>.
Fee:  RNC members (family) $8/ non-member family $10.


Current Exhibit!

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M-F, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sundays, 1-4 p.m.

4:30-6 p.m. ROCKS—it’s all about the geology of our part of the Texas Hill Country. Tentatively scheduled to open on Jan. 30, this exhibit is dedicated to the memory of our charter and life member, geologist and RNC benefactor, William E. Laing. No charge. Get an eyeful of the creatures—scary to magnificent—that make their home in the Hill Country—some that you may not even know about. Learn their habits and habitats, enjoy their diversity and find out how they live their lives. No charge, but donations always appreciated. RSVP to 257-4837; for general info, visit Next exhibit will be dedicated to the memory of William E. “Bill” Laing, and will be titled, Hill Country ROCKS.

New this year!

We will have ongoing Demonstrations and the Riverscape Project which is now under construction on our grounds.

Displays from

•Ask the Plant Expert
•Riverside Nature Center Association
•Texas Master Naturalist Hill Country
•Native Plant Society of Texas – Kerrville Chapter
•Native Healing Garden
•Kerr County Cactus & Succulent Society
•Hill Country Master Gardeners
•Water Quality & Conservation
•Public Radio

***We want everyone—no matter his or her financial situation—to learn about nature. It costs nothing to linger over our often-changing exhibits, or to meander around our native-plant-filled meadow. However…Riverside Nature Center is owned by its members, operated primarily by volunteers, and receives no help from the city or county for operating expenses or for other costs. RNC relies on membership revenue and donations from visitors and other generous friends, along with fundraising events. If you can spare a dime or a buck, or a larger amount, we appreciate your helping us to fulfill our mission. THANK YOU!***