Things to do in Fort Worth, April 16

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April 16-18

TCU, Erma Lowe Hall, Studio Theatre—Not-To-Be-dis-missed/17416/

The TCU School for Classical & Contemporary Dance will present Not To Be (dis)missed, a capstone concert of works by Senior BFA choreographers. The performance will consist of original works choreographed by BFA candidates from the TCU School for Classical & Contemporary Dance. Six choreographers will present original works influenced by studies in both ballet and modern dance styles, as well as their individual experiences in the art form, featuring the undergraduate dance majors of SCCD.

The Wizard of Oz

Casa Mañana

Opens Friday, April 17

Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy, her dog Toto and her friends Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion, as they set out to find the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. You’ll be humming your favorite timeless classics, including “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and “Follow the Yellow Brick Road.”

Puppetry Festival

Fort Worth Library Central Branch

Saturday, April 18

Celebrate the 6th Annual Puppetry Festival with an array of fun-filled activities.  Join us for an entertaining mix of shows, workshops, demonstrations and refreshments.  Lone Star Puppet Guild sponsors this free event that is open to the public.  Bring the entire family!

Brewfest on Crockett

Saturday, April 18

Fort Worth’s favorite craft beer festival is back for the 5th year on Crockett Street. Check out the amazing band and brew lineup!


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