On Saturday, hundreds of people will converge on the Bob Jones Nature Center tucked away in a beautiful wooded area of Southlake to see 500 monarch butterflies take flight. The Monarch Butterfly Festival is in its third year and is becoming an increasingly popular family event.
On Saturday, hundreds of people will converge on the Bob Jones Nature Center tucked away in a beautiful wooded area of Southlake to see 500 monarch butterflies take flight. The Monarch Butterfly Festival is in its third year and is becoming an increasingly popular family event. Handout
On Saturday, hundreds of people will converge on the Bob Jones Nature Center tucked away in a beautiful wooded area of Southlake to see 500 monarch butterflies take flight. The Monarch Butterfly Festival is in its third year and is becoming an increasingly popular family event. Handout

Monarch Butterfly Festival promises nature spectacle and family fun

September 17, 2017 02:28 AM

UPDATED September 16, 2017 03:34 PM

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