Enjoy the last bits of summer in Fort Worth by enjoying these classic activities. 

Sunday Funday at Panther Pavilion

Every Sunday in August, enjoy local food trucks, beer concessions and yoga classes along the Trinity River. Rent pedal boats, kayaks, canoes or stand-up paddleboards or BYOT (tube, raft, float). There's even an air pump on site for you to fill up! It’s a family-friendly opportunity to spread out, socially distance, and enjoy the sunshine, fresh air and outdoors. Get the details.

 

Fort Worth Aviation Museum Car Show

Take a trip to the Fort Worth Aviation Museum every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for an Air Park tour of the Museum's warbird collection, the Mig-28 used in the movie "Top Gun" and a Blue Angels F-18. 

**UPDATE** The Fort Worth Aviation Museum Car Show on Saturday, August 8, from 8 a.m. to noon has been postponed

 

Lola’s Local Farmers Market

Held on the second Sunday of the month, August 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Lola's Local Farmers Market is stocked with locally produced goods, face painting and face caricatures stations, food trucks and live music. The event is dog friendly. Get the details.

 

Dogs & Frogs Celebration

Hosted by MUTTS Canine Cantina, the Dogs & Frogs Celebration is a call out to the TCU fans and their pooches to mix and mingle from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 22. Standard admission applies for non-Mutt members and patrons with a TCU student ID get in free. Get the details.

 

FW Burger Week

In case you need an excuse to break your diet and indulge on a delicious burger, What’s Up Fort Worth is hosting the second annual Fort Worth Burger Week August 24-30. Twenty of Fort Worth's favorite eateries are offering $5 burger specials for one week with proceeds benefiting the Ronald McDonald House Fort Worth. But wait. It's more than just supporting a worthy cause. Pick up a Burger Week Passport from any participating restaurant and collect a stamp at each stop you make. Diners with the most stamps will win a prize! Just make sure to go early before they run out and tip big. Get the details.

 

Header Image Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Terrence Siren.