April is Festival Month in Dallas- Fort Worth

April is the perfect month for the many outdoor festivals happening in the Dallas Fort Worth area this month. From 16th Century style fun at Scarborough Faire to the art-filled activities of the Main Street Arts Festival in Fort Worth, there is something for everyone to enjoy!

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1883: The Journey West at the National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of the TV Series 1883

Get a close-up look at the props, costumes and photography from 1883, the hit TV series on Paramount+ at the new exhibit at the National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame. Created by the museum in partnership with 101 Studios, Visit Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Film Commission, 1883: The Journey West from February 11 to March 20, 2022.

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DFW Restaurant Week is back for 2021!

Chef steak dinner

The event that North Texas foodies look forward to all year, DFW Restaurant Week 2021 kicks off the week of August 9th with some of the DFW area’s most popular restaurants. More than 90 restaurants throughout the Metroplex will take part in summer’s hottest dining event!

This year it features both dine-in and take-out options for 3-course prix fixe dinners for just $39 or $49, and 2-course lunches for just $19.

For each meal purchased during the campaign, 20 percent of the cost will be donated to the Dallas area North Texas Food Bank or the Lena Pope in Tarrant county.

Check out the official DFW Restaurant Week list for participating restaurants, menus, and offerings!

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Halloween Fun in Fort Worth

Halloween activities and events might be a bit different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic,. But don’t worry, there are still a few spooky (fun) events for your family to enjoy.

Boo at the Zoo 

Boo is back, but with a drive-thru twist!

Boo at the Zoo
Fort Worth Zoo
October 22-25,2020
4:30pm-7:30pm

Get ready to Boo thru the Zoo! For the first time ever,  the Fort Worth Zoo is invites you to drive through the Zoo’s main path (and even several behind-the-scenes areas of some of their most popular animal exhibits) while enjoying music, costumed characters, entertainment, treats, and encounters with wildlife along the way! 

With sanitation and social distancing top of mind, they have made the decision to not cancel Boo at the Zoo this year, but instead, put a spin on their typical event and design a unique environment while keeping this beloved 29-year tradition alive. 

Boo at the Zoo Tickets

Member ticket: $45/vehicle Non-member ticket: $50/vehicle 

Advance ticket purchase is required for members and nonmembers. Members will receive 10% off tickets, food, and beverage. When tickets go on sale, you will purchase tickets for a designated arrival time slot. 
  • Tickets are sold per vehicle, not per person.
  • Reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. All sales are final, tickets are non-replaceable and non-refundable.
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance, online.
  • Guests who show up without a ticket will not be able to enter the event.

While there will be the usual amount of candy, trick-or-treat stations will be combined into five stations, limiting contact to keep everyone safe. Therefore, treat coupons will not be necessary this year.

They have limited capacity and expect this event to sell out.

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