This weekend showcases a simplify of enjoyable activities from commemorating Hispanic culture, to Fort Worth’s forward style program and a white wine celebration. Enjoy the noises of Frank Sinatra or theFort Worth Symphony Orchestra Take your choice, there’s never ever an incorrect response, y’ all.
1. Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff Celebration
The Fort Worth Stockyards kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month on Sunday with live music, a parade, and the Fiestas Patrias Celebration– a two-hour equestrian amazing. The city is honoringHispanic Heritage Month Sept 15–Oct 15. Fiestas Patrias Celebration begins at twelve noon with efficiencies from kids mariachi band of Infinite Daze Music Academy and Ballet Folklorico deFort Worth
121 E. Exchange Ave.
2. Trinity River Book Festival
September is National Literacy Month, and the Trinity River Book Festival is back with its yearly occasion on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., an event of neighborhood authors and books, and a promo of literacy. There’ll be a 5k run-to-read marathon– starting at 8 a.m.; a book club meet-up, including a book by James Patterson; author discussions; and Poetry in thePark More than 30 authors are anticipated to be in participation, covering categories from kids’s photo books to thrillers and whatever in between. For more, headhere
2300 West 7th St.
3. Dancing with the FWSO Stars
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and pals are checking out all kinds of dance music from worldwide with its unique occasion atBass Hall From conventional to folk, hear the orchestra take you through various cultures while using the balanced power of dance and music from 11:00 a.m. to twelve noon Saturday.
fourth and Calhoun St.
4. My Way: A Music Tribute to Frank Sinatra
Start spreading out the news with a homage to this well-known Rat Packer atCasa Manana My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra has actually been a hit in more than 500 productions across the country, consisting of all 50 states.
3101 West Lancaster Ave.
5. 36th Annual GrapeFest
Although not in Fort Worth, anybody with red wine is our good friend. Grapefest happens in Grapevine with various Texas red wine tasting chances. There’ll even be the traditional grape stomp, charcuterie board workshop, and family-friendly activities.
701 S. Main St.
6. Movie Nights in Burnett Park– ‘Grease’
Pop your collars and get your hair gelled since Burnett Park’s motion picture night this Friday will have your chills multiplin’. Pink Ladies and T-Birds are welcome to enter into character and gown to win a hot reward for the proving of the 1978 traditionalGrease It’ll be an exceptional method to end these summertime nights.
501 W 7th St.