What do we love most about Fort Worth? We have many favorites to share. Here are the top picks for things to do with the family this month. Visit our calendar for a full list.  

February 9 & 10

Youth Dance Festival 

Watch the talented youth of Fort Worth take the stage during the Youth Dance Festival on Saturday, February 9, at the IM Terrell Auditorium. Young performers from the greater North Texas community will showcase a variety of pieces, including classical ballet, as well as contemporary and modern repertoires. Introduce your children to these performances at a fraction of the cost of usual performance tickets. Get the details and purchase tickets.


The Clearfork Farmers Market 

Get out and enjoy the fresh air at The Clearfork Farmers Market. It features over 25+ local farmers, ranchers, and artisan vendors every Saturday year-round. It is a great way to get a little walking and shopping done in a leisurely fashion. Plus, there’s plenty to eat! Get the details.


February 16 & 17

Kimbell Kids Drop-In Studio

Colormania! is the theme of the Kimbell Art Museum’s Kids Drop-In Studio. It offers a free, family-friendly time with hands-on art activities for kids (ages 12 & under). Each session features a brief gallery activity and a related studio-art project. Space is limited. Sign-up begins one hour prior to the program. Get the details.


February 23 & 24

Cowtown Marathon

Is one of your 2019 resolutions to be more active as a family? The Cowtown Marathon kicks off Saturday, Feb. 23, with an Adults 5k and 10k and the Kids 5K Presented by Academy Sports



Breakfast with the Beasts 

Start your weekend off with a family breakfast at the Fort Worth Zoo. Enjoy a continental breakfast followed by an animal-filled day at the zoo! Get the details.


Engineers Week: Invent Amazing 

Engineers Week: Invent Amazing kicks off Tuesday, February 19, at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Your kids explore engineering opportunities around the museum as they engage in hands-on and mind-challenging activities. All of this excitement culminates on Saturday, February 23, during Girls and Engineering Day. Get more details.