Children’s Literacy Festival this weekend

Dia de los Ninos Y Libros is a day to celebrate children’s literacy. In honor of this day, Artes de la Rosa will be hosting a 3 day celebration. This is a fantastic way to celebrate children and encourage the love of reading. April 26 5:00 – 7:00 PM Student Art Exhibit and Reception This […]

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Awaken the Force

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth will host Star War activities all weekend on May 4–6 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM each day. There will also be a group building activity. The group will work on a 6 ft. LEGO® Yoda. Fans are encouraged to wear Star Wars costumes. A normal day of fun at […]

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Dinosaurs spotted at the San Antonio zoo

Zoorassic Park runs through August 26 New creatures have arrived at the San Antonio Zoo. This is the first weekend for Zoorassic Park. A full grown Tyrannosaurus Rex has arrived and he brought with him more than a dozen of his friends. These dinosaurs are now extinct but they have come back to help teach […]

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Spring Break in Fort Worth

There are several camps taking place next week during Spring Break. It is a great opportunity to check out “tourist sites” that are sometimes overlooked by the locals. Here are just a few suggestions. ART CAMP March 12 – 16 This camp is for ages 8 – 12. They will make mask and learn to […]

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Get up close and personal with a llama

Looking for an new adventure? The llamas are waiting for you. The llamas at ShangriLlama are just a hour drive from Fort Worth. They offer Llama lessons from Mama Llama. You will spend an hour learning 150 llama facts, taking pictures and interacting with them in a climate controlled barn. Did you know llamas do not spit […]

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Spies on the move in Washington

Murder, secrecy, espionage? If these words intrigue you than a visit to the International Spy Museum is something you will enjoy. This is “the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history […]

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Local adventures in 2018 on your bucket-list?

Fort Worth is self-proclaimed as the “City of Cowboys and Culture”. This statement resonated very true to me during a recent trip to Washington, DC. Washington is the home of the Smithsonian Institution.  The Smithsonian Institution is comprised of numerous museums, art galleries, research center and more. During my visit to the Smithsonian museums and […]

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Things get a bit fishy in Grapevine

Grapevine is filled with family friend entertainment. SEA LIFE Aquarium will take you on a trip “under the sea”. With their various bubbles and tunnels, you can poke your head into an aquarium or walk among the sharks, sting rays and many more sea creatures. But this is more than just a large aquarium. The kids […]

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Celebrating women

Fort Worth is well known for western heritage and maintains that heritage still today. The National Cowgirl Museum located in the museum district is a hidden treasure. It is an interactive museum where you can learn all about the cowgirls through the ages. Upon entering the museum you will be greeted by a woman on […]

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