There will be a plant sale of native and "adapted" plants from 8 a-m to noon behind the Rockhound State Park Visitor's Center. One-gallon plants are mostly seven-dollars... and five-gallon plants are mostly 17-dollars.
And a desert wildlife display with animal pelts and more will be set up Saturday up from 9 a-m to noon at the Visitor's Center. The display is the work of Mesilla Valley State Park Heritage Educator LuAnn Kilday.
Plus there are two walks scheduled Saturday: a Bird Walk from 8 to 9 a-m in Spring Canyon... and a Wildflower Walk from 9 to 10 on Jasper Trail.
And then food booths, kid games, entertainment and music are set for Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5.