Sip on a corduroy cappuccino or apple cider from Lazy Daisy Coffee Bar. | Photo by @baumassfoods
Cowtown is finally starting to cool off, which means we can officially embrace fall and the recipes that come with it — like pumpkin-flavoredeverything. Although leaves aren’t changing colors yet, we are seeing changes to some of our favorite local menus.
Here’s a roundup of fall-inspired food + drinks you can enjoy to get you in the mood for autumn.
Boardwalk Yoga | Tues., Sept. 27 | 8:30-9:30 a.m. | $5 | Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd. | Start your morning with a gentle yoga flow on the Marty Leonard Lotus Marsh Boardwalk.
Straight Line Crazy | Wed., Sept. 28 | 2 p.m. | The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth | $20 | Watch a live broadcast of David Hare’s play from the Bridge Theatre in London. Ralph Fiennes plays the most powerful man in New York.
Salsa in September | Thurs., Sept. 29 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | Burnett Park | Free | Get your groove on and learn the basic salsa steps and twists.
Ned LeDoux | Fri., Sept. 30 | 10 p.m. | Billy Bob’s Texas | $34+ | The country singer will sit hits from his latest album “Buckskin.”
State Fair of Texas | Fri., Sept. 30-Sat., Oct. 23 | 10 a.m.-10 p.m. | Fair Park, Dallas | $10+ | It’s the best time of the year — Big Tex, fried foods, concerts + family-fun exhibits are back at Fair Park.
Keith Urban | Sat., Oct. 1 | 7 p.m. | Dickies Arena | $47+ | The country music icon is bringing the “The Speed of Now World Tour” to Cowtown.
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Time to break out the light jackets — fall is here and we’re finally getting a taste of cooler temps. According to the National Weather Service, a cold front on Sunday will bring cooler temperatures throughout the week with lows in the mid-60s. 🍁
The City Council is meeting this morning to discuss the 2023 budget, property tax rates, and public participation rules among several other things. Tune in at 10 a.m. via Fort Worth TV or sign up to speak. Review the full agenda.
Next time you drive down North Beach Street check out the new public art piece by Christopher Fennell. Commissioned by Fort Worth Public Art, the installation features 12 kinetic weathervane sculptures of native animals like an armadillo, coyote, and rabbit. 🎨
Dusty Biscuit Beignets (411 S. Main St.) is hosting a fair food pop-up in honor of opening day at the State Fair of Texas. The beignet shop will serve a special menu of gourmet funnel cakes, fried Oreo beignets, deep-fried “Dusty Dogs” and lemonade. Stop by from 6-9 p.m. 🎡
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Texas-based doughnut chain Shipley Donuts is celebrating National Coffee Day on Thurs., Sept. 29 with a free cup of coffee. Stop by any Fort Worth location for a complimentary house blend coffee with any purchase — use code COFFEE929 for online orders. ☕
Celebrate 60 years of the Wedgwood Branch Library with a birthday party on Sat., Oct. 8. The library opened in 1962 and is the Fort Worth Public Library’s oldest building. Celebrate with special guests, trivia + slime-making from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 📚
Bennett Partners was awarded the 2022 Studio Award for its design work on the Center for Transforming Lives by the Texas Society of Architects. The local architecture firm is redesigning the facility to include a landscaped courtyard, classroom space, and outdoor green space. Check out the other projects. 🏆
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The Kimbell Art Museum and the Sid Richardson Museum | Graphic by FTWtoday
Grab your party shoes — Two local museums are celebrating significant milestones with events this fall.
Kimbell Art Museum 50th Anniversary Week
The Kimbell Art Museum is kicking off its 50th anniversary with week-long festivities from Oct. 4-Oct. 9. The Kimbell opened on Oct. 4, 1972, and has about 350 pieces of art in its permanent collection.
During its anniversary week, the museum is offering free admission to its new Murillo: From Heaven to Earth exhibition. On Sat., Oct. 8, the museum is hosting a free festival from 1-7:30 p.m. with live performances, movies, Heim Barbecue + family-friendly activities. RSVP now.
The Sid Richardson Museum’s 40th Anniversary
The Sid Richardson Museum is celebrating 40 years in Cowtown. The Western art museum opened a new exhibit — “Night & Day: Frederick Remington’s Final Decade” — over the weekend which features rare artworks from the iconic Western artist.
Today’s issue was written by Rebecca.
Editor’s pick: I’ve only been to the State Fair of Texas a handful of times so I’m beyond excited for opening day. The FTWtoday team will be at Fair Park on Friday to bring y’all an inside look at all the delicious fried foods, new rides, and exhibits we can expect this year.
For all you regulars at the fair, what is one thing you recommend we check out?
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