What’ Happening in Fort Worth 11/21-11/23

This past weekend was a chill fest but no matter! This weekend you’re looking at highs in the 60’s! Saturday has a chance of storms but there will still be some awesome events out in the city this weekend! There will be thrills, shows and exhibits for the entire family!


72nd Annual Shrine Circus

Stockyard Station Tent

All Weekend-Times Vary Presented by Moslah Shriners, the Moslah Shrine Circus offers family entertainment at a 3 ring circus. Come see elephants, the Videla Family, the Jioke Riders, sword balancing, juggling, single trapeze, exotic cats and more. http://moslahshrinecircus.com/


Lone Star Portraits

Amon Carter Museum

Friday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm

Ever since Leonardo da Vinci created his celebrated Mona Lisa, artists have tried to paint portraits as distinctive as this Renaissance masterpiece. See how Texas artists established their own portrait tradition in this installation that pairs artists’ self-portraits with those of their close friends, relatives, and colleagues. http://www.cartermuseum.org/

Stockyards Championship Rodeo

Cowtown Coliseum

Friday and Saturday 8pm

Stockyards Championship Rodeo almost every Friday and Saturday night at the historic Cowtown Coliseum provides family fun with traditional rodeo events.


Nature Hike

Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge

Saturday 10-12pm

Join a naturalist for a leisurely hike on the trails of the FWNC&R. Hikes feature current natural history events such as blooming wildflowers, commonly seen insects, birds and other animals and current projects on the Refuge. Water and appropriate clothing suggested. http://www.fwnaturecenter.org/


Cowkid Roundup

Lawn of the Livestock Exchange Building

Saturday 1:30pm-2:30pm

Real cowboys and cowgirls teach kids how to rope, brand, do trick roping, or ride a stick horse. http://www.fortworthherd.com/


Twas the Night Before Christmas

Hurst Artisan Center Theatre

Saturday 10am

“Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse…” Everyone knows this Christmas Holiday Classic by heart! But did you know the mouse’s name was Izzy, shut out of his snug home on Christmas Eve? Be part of Izzy’s great adventure to the North Pole where he meets Santa’s Elves, Rosie the Reindeer and comes face to face with the Abominable Snowman! Izzy and Rosie save the day, helping Santa and his Reindeer deliver the goodies just in time for Christmas morning! Packed with laughs and audience participation, this fun show ends with a lump in your throat and everyone reciting Clement Moore’s famous poem.



So don’t be afraid to get out and enjoy yourselves this weekend! Besides the storms it’s going to be beautiful outside and lots of fun for you and your family!


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