What’s Happening in Fort Worth 11/14-11/16

Hello Winter! It’s going to be chilly this weekend in funky town but don’t let that stop you from getting out there and enjoying some awesome events happening in the city! Warmup with some candles, explosions and all around family fun.

 

Fort Worth Science Museum – Mythbusters the Explosive Exhibit – (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

It’s here! The popular Discovery show, Mythbusters, is at the Science Museum! The exhibit is filled with experiments seen on the show and includes some interactive exhibits including air cannons. The exhibit is only here for a limited time so get out there and bust some myths! http://fortworthmuseum.org/mythbusters-explosive-exhibition

 

Kimbell Art Museum – Children’s Workshop (Saturday 10am-Noon)

Open up your child’s creativity with some fun artwork at the Kimbell! This two hour workshop focuses on your child’s (6-12) thirst for fun and paint! You can find registration information here: https://www.kimbellart.org/learn/kids-family-programs/childrens-workshop

 

Fort Worth Science Museum – Children’s Gala (Friday 6pm-8pm)

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is always one to impress. The Children’s Gala this Friday is no exception. Kids will get to enjoy Blue Bell ice cream, face painting, live animals, crafts, and finger foods! There will be contests and prizes, so dress to impress in your Sunday best or as your favorite superhero!

http://fortworthmuseum.org/childrens-gala-little-piggy

 

Casa Manana – A Tuna Christmas! – (Friday 8pm, Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm)

Tuna is back! The Tuna play series never disappoint with their over the top, cartoon like characters. It’s Christmas Eve and the characters of the small town in Texas are trying to deal with the seasonal traumas. This is a production suitable for the whole family. https://www.casamanana.org/performances/tuna-christmas

 

Log Cabin Village – Candle Dipping – (Saturday, Sunday)

Head out to the Log Cabin Village in the cultural district to make your own candles! There’s no need to make reservations. The cost is regular cost of admission plus a $3 candle dipping fee. The best part is you can get 50% off admission for two here: http://www.fortworth.com/offers/detail/50-off-general-admission-for-two/103/

Find out more about Fort Worth’s Living History Museum here: http://www.logcabinvillage.org/

 

There’s fun for everybody all across town this weekend. Be sure to get out and enjoy your family time!

 

 

 

 

 

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