Summer is coming to an end, and fall festivities are ready to begin. Here's where to get out and about with the family this month.
DFW Restaurant Week - All Month
Now more than ever is a good time to celebrate our restaurants. Take the family out for a nice dinner, perhaps your first outing since the onset of the pandemic, or grab a fancy meal to-go all month thanks to the extended event. An adjusted donation structure makes it easier than ever for diners give back to a community hit hard by COVID-19. Get the details.
Sunday Funday at Panther Pavilion - September 6
Make the most of the last unofficial weekend of summer at Panther Island Pavilion's Sunday Funday. Enjoy local food trucks, beer concessions and yoga classes along with water fun on the Trinity. Rent pedal boats, along with kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards and BYOT (tube, raft, float with air 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.
Pretty Princess Parties: Fairytale Ball - September 12
Get out your tiaras; dance with Cinderella; read with Rapunzel; and meet all of the princesses at The Fairytale Ball. This event includes free parking, professional princess portraits for every child, crafts, stories, songs and games at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Get the details.
Fort Worth Aviation Museum Car Show - September 19
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.
Special Event: The Fort Worth Aviation Museum Car Show will be held on Saturday, September 19, from 8 a.m. to noon featuring 200+ cars with prizes awarded in multiple categories. Standard museum admission for visitors applies. Get the details.
TRWD Trash Bash - September 19-20
Make the commitment to keep our lakes, rivers and trails clean. Join Tarrant Regional Water District September 19-20 at one of five locations for the annual Trash Bash: Trinity Trails, Marine Creek Lake, Eagle Mountain Lake, Lake Bridgeport and Cedar Creek Lake. Get the details.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden Fall Plant Sale
A favorite tradition of many Fort Worthians, the Fall Plant Sale will go on this year - virtually - September 26-29. Patrons may purchase their plants online, and then arrange a pick-up date for the order between October 2-4. Get the details.