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‘Picture Your World’ workshop




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The Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas will host its sixth “Picture Your World” youth photography workshop on Sunday, March 20, from 1-4 p.m.

“Picture Your World” workshops are open to youth ages 8-18. The workshop will focus on learning about nature and its conservation from a naturalist and learning camera techniques and composition from a professional photographer.

The workshop will be held in Warbler Woods, located at 19349 Old Wiederstein Road in Cibolo.

For more information, contact the Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas at 210-222-8430.
 

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