Lifestyles
  • The "Kimbell Social Club" meets on select Friday evenings for a showcase of live music, hearty snacks, half-price wine by the glass, and beer provided by a local brewing company. This month's music, starting at 5:00 p.m., will be provided by Fort Worth singer/songwriter Jacob Furr. A selection of $3 craft beer from the Texas Ale Project will be available for purchase.
  • Join the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum for the 12th Annual Heritage Dinner on August 19 at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center featuring The Sorta Sisters as the entertainment! This ladies singing group presents the vocal stylings of the famous Andrews Sisters of the 1940s. Many will remember songs of that era like "Don’t Sit under the Apple Tree," "Rum and Coca Cola," "Apple Blossom Time" and "The Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy" that they will be singing as well as a few other tunes like "Mister Sandman" and "Don’t Bring Lulu!"
  • Travland's Market LLC proudly sells all things local (fruits, veggies, honey, pickles, stuffed olives, nuts, salsa, queso, tortilla chips, popcorn, jerky, art, music, pumpkins & other seasonal items, etc).
  • Please join the Hagerman NWR Nature Photo Club for a photo shoot at Picnic Pond in the Goode Day Use Area to photograph dragonflies. This is a chance to get that spectacular photo to share!
  • 2016 Year on the Plaza Art Competition winner Tanya Joiner Slate and her two granddaughters admire her piece, Trinity River Origami, which has been on display in The Catholic Foundation Plaza for one year. "It's kind of shocking looking up here in the middle of the Dallas Arts District – I have to remind myself that I did that," said 2016 winning artist Tanya Joiner Slate.

  • As summer winds down, Hawaiian Falls is offering a $50 car load price Mon. Aug 14 - Fri. Aug 18 only. Also dates for Doggie Swim events are Sept. 9 & 10.
  • J.R. DeLaney (left) and Nathan Willard rehearse for the upcoming comedy The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Revised) August 18 and 19 at Bonnie Wenk Park's Outdoor Amphitheater. (photo credit: J.R. DeLaney)
  • The Sam Rayburn Museum, a division of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin, proudly presents Distinctive Identity: Hawaiian Quilts from the Briscoe Center's Winedale Quilt Collection.
  • Open to the public Monday - Friday! The grill is open for lunch every day, and as a specialty we also have Philly Steak sandwiches and Reuben sandwiches available every day.
  • 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, August 16
  • As a result of Michael Evans earning his Competent Communication Education level, the BonHAMS Toastmasters achieved its President’s Distinguished status.
  • Have you ever wondered how the original pinhole camera works? Have you ever made one or taken photographs with one? Now is your chance. And for vocalists or adults who have always wanted to take voice lessons, a two-day Vocal Workshop will be offered August 28-29.
  • Café Murder by Nathan Hartswick is an interactive murder mystery, which involves the audience in on the "who done it?" Running on the weekends until August 13, this funny story is sure to be quiet the crowd pleaser. Along with the show comes a three-course meal catered by Feast on This; along with inspired live music arranged by Dr. Fred Freeman and his trio of musicians and singers. Top left to bottom right: Nancy Cassady, Jessica Adams, Lisa Avila, Jennifer Becherer, Lisa Martin. photo credit: John Spears
  • The evening sky rumbled with roaring engines of four WWII T-6 Texans as they flew over Equest at Texas Horse Park to officially start the USO-style tribute fundraiser, Boots & Salutes, benefiting the Equest's Hooves for Heroes veteran program. The first-ever fundraising celebration, co-chaired by Carolyn Anderson (right) and Robin Lott, was a spectacular evening of tributes and support for those who have served our country and the equine therapy and activities that help mental health and wellness for veterans and their families. photo credit: Rita Wortham Photography