Don't stress! Nature Fest is coming in less than two weeks to take your worries away.
Spend some time in the great outdoors the week of April 9 to celebrate the natural resources uniquely available and accessible to our campus!
What's new at Nature Fest this year?
We are unveiling the new Tornado Trail on Monday, April 9. Come see what all the fuss is about by showing up at the trail's grand opening at 10:30 a.m. Refreshments will be provided. 😉
Why do we put on Nature Fest?
Take a look around! You're on one of the most beautiful campuses in Texas. We want to encourage everyone to get outside for classes, meetings, prayer, leisure, etc.
What kind of fun activities will be taking place?
There will be metal detecting on the new Tornado Trail, wildflower seed bombs (visit the library to pick some up!), outdoor Chapel, a Raptor demonstration, wildflower photo opportunities and even a video on the Friesenhahn Cave, one of Concordia's most valued properties. View the schedule for all events here.
Who is this year's Nature Fest speaker?
Is there anything I can do to help?
Campus Cleanup will take place on Tuesday, April 10, and Wednesday, April 11. With such an aesthetic campus, we want to do our best to keep it clean!
Also, please participate in as many activities as your schedule allows! Your participation shows us that this is something our student body cares to continue in the future.
Can I bring a friend?
Parents, siblings, friends, prospective students, alumni and all others are welcome!
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