Weekend Happenings October 18th-19th in Fort Worth, Texas
It may or may not feel completely like fall here in Fort Worth, but it is certainly in full swing! There are tons of outdoor activities to enjoy this time of year—from the frights to the festivals, there’s a lot to keep you and your family busy. Enjoy the weather (and the weekend) while it lasts!
Texas Civil War Museum
Stop in Tuesday through Saturday to see a little bit of Texas history and a special exhibit: the only surviving military coat of General U.S. Grant.
Casa Mañana—Snow White and the Prince
Another great, family friendly show will be performing until October 26!
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History—MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition
Does the bread always land butter side down? Everyone in the family is sure to learn a lot about the myths we have all grown up with! The exhibit will be open through January 4, 2015.
Saturday, October 18
Take in the culture in Cowtown as Van Cliburn pianists perform in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square Plaza this weekend.
Live Music at Central Market—Matt Tedder, 5:30-9pm
If you can’t make it on Friday evening, you can still catch some awesome rock and blues on the patio starting at 5:30pm.
Flying Saucer—Zombie Crawl, 8pm
Looking for a date night of a different color? Dress up like zombies and arrive at The Flying Saucer by 8pm, participation is free!
Sunday, October 19
Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge—Creepy Critters 1-2pm
Got a kid who loves critters? Bring them by to learn about some of the creepier ones at the Nature Center! Ages 3-6, $10 each.
Kimbell Art Museum—Faces of Impressionism, opens October 19
All the way from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, this collection that includes pieces from world-renowned artists such as Degas, Monet and Renior will be available for enjoyment until January 25, 2015.