Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

Author: Josie Villa-Singleton
Josie Singleton and her family love seeking out adventure whether it's in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco or the natural prairie lands of Tandy Hills Park. Though their travels have taken them all over the world, they've learned that there's no place like home, here in Fort Worth.

Josie is a Fort Worth native and loves sharing all her favorite things about the city with her family and readers of her blog, Eat This Fort Worth. Josie created the blog to bring attention to all of the great local eateries in and around Fort Worth and to encourage readers to support local restaurateurs. Josie also writes about food for local publications such as Fort Worth Foodie and 76107 Magazine.

Josie and her husband, Russ, are passionate about cultivating an appreciation for the outdoors in their two sons, Aidan and Ignatius. Her favorite family friendly activities include biking on the Trinity Trails, slacklining wherever they can and hiking at the Fort Worth Nature Center. Their go-to family friendly dining spots include Thailicious, Tokyo Cafe, Spiral Diner, Cafe Brazil and Rodeo Goat. Follow Josie's food blog at

It’s been a few weeks since school has ended and it’s time to plan all those activities to keep your family entertained during the summer months. Whether you find music or movies (or both!) appealing, there’s several outdoor events and activities in Fort Worth for your whole family to enjoy.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History brings math, science and history to life with their interactive exhibits and activities. The latest offering, Design Zone , shows how mathematical concepts like algebra influence the creative design process. What do algebra and drum beats have to do with
It’s shaping up to be a beautiful spring weekend in Fort Worth. If you’d like to get out there to enjoy some Easter activities don’t forget to pack your Easter baskets and a camera to capture all those memories. Fort Worth Stockyards Celebrate Easter in true Texas style at the Texas Sized Easter