ABOUT THE FORT WORTH WEEKEND EVENTS EDITION: Fridays, we post ideas for FREE (or really cheap) weekend entertainment for you and your family. Subscribe to our blog updates and you’ll receive this weekly entertainment guide along with more budget stretching ideas and tips throughout the week! Subscribe for FREE (here)!
This weekend’s highlights include:
- FREE 15th Annual Denton Blues Festival
- FREE Music Under the Stars Concert Series at
Levitt Pavilion in Arlington
- FREE Preservation is the Art of the City
- FREE Fall Flower Gardening Class at Calloway’s
- FREE Cowtown Opry Performance
- FREE Williams-Sonoma Cooking Techniques Class
:: FREE ~ 15th Annual Denton Blues Festival
…Saturday & Sunday, September 21-22, 2013
The annual Denton Blues Fest has a strong weekend line up of fabulous musicians. There will be activities for the kids as well as lots of good food, dance, and fun to be had for the whole family!
What: To see the musician line-up and to find out more about the Denton Blues Festival, visit the website, here.
When: September 21-22~ View the daily schedule, here.
Where: Quakertown Park in Denton ~ 321 East McKinney
:: FREE Music Under the Stars Fall Concert Series
…at the Levitt Pavilion in Arlington
…Friday to Sunday, September 20-22, 2013
Join your family and friends for an evening of FREE music at the Levitt Pavilion in Arlington – part of their fall series of free music and performing arts under the stars. Be sure to bring along a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy the outdoor entertainment. Snacks or a picnic dinner, and beverages are allowed, but no glass containers, please.
This weekend’s line up includes four-time Grammy nominee, singer/pianist Marcia Ball, Dallas-based singer/songwriter Larry G(ee), The Killdares (one of our local favorites), and Grammy-award winning drummer Joe McCarthy & the UTA Jazz Orchestra.
What: To learn more about the Levitt Pavilion’s fall concert series and weekly artist line-up, click here.
Where: Founders Plaza in Arlington, 100 W. Abram St. (Corner of Abram and Center streets, directly across the street from City Hall). View the parking map for free parking options.
When: Friday to Sunday. See complete schedule of concerts, here.
Cost: FREE admission (food is extra).
:: Preservation is the Art of the City
…Now Through September 28, 2013
Preservation is the Art of the City is a 3-week public art show and sale featuring 45 jury-selected artists. This non-profit gallery promotes and supports local studio artists as well as historic preservation in Fort Worth.
What: For more info, go to the Preservation is the Art of the City website.
When: Now through September 28, 2013
Monday-Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm & Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm
Where: Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street
Cost: FREE to attend
:: Attend a FREE Fall Flower Gardening Class at Calloway’s
…Saturday, September 21, 2013
This Saturday, Calloway’s Nursery is hosting a gardening clinic focused on fall gardening with flowers ~ a great class to learn how to express your creativity with fresh colors and textures in your flowerbeds and containers. The class will cover the best new Fall plants, important planting and care tips, and design secrets to add flair. The event is FREE and open to the public.
What: For more info about Calloway’s and this event, click here.
When: Saturday, September 21, 2013 ~ 10:15am.
Where: Any Calloway’s store location in DFW.
Find a store near you, here.
:: FREE Cowtown Opry Performance at The Cowtown Coliseum
…Sunday, September 22, 2013
Hear classic western music come to life as Cowtown Opry members perform a free music exhibition on the steps of the Livestock Exchange building. This live family friendly music event will take place every Sunday and will feature a different theme each week ~ Western Gospel music will be featured on the 5th Sunday of the month.
What: For more information, visit the Cowtown Opry website.
When: Sunday, September 22, 2013, 2:00PM.
See the complete performance schedule here.
Where: The live performance will take place on the steps of the historic Livestock Exchange building ~ 131 East Exchange Ave. in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District.
:: Take a FREE Cooking Technique Class at Williams-Sonoma
…Sunday, September 22, 2013
This week’s technique lesson at Williams Sonoma will demonstrate how to use stove top pressure cookers as well as electric ones. They’ll teach you how to prepare fall’s bounty of root vegetables and fruits and reduce cooking time by up to 70%. Note: You’ll want to call to reserve your spot since class size is limited.
Bonus: If you attend Sunday’s class, you can enjoy 10% OFF savings on same-day purchases from their stores.
What: For more information, click here.
When: September 22, 2013 ~ Note: 1 hour class times vary from store to store, so be sure to call for exact times & date.
Where: Click here to find a Williams Sonoma store near you.
Cost: FREE! Call your local store to RSVP.
We hope you have a fantastic weekend!
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