There are plenty of fun things for families to do in Fort Worth this weekend. Get in a little pre-Halloween fun, enjoy seveal different activities at the library, or enjoy an exhibit.
Halloween activities will be going on around Fort Worth all weekend. Read Halloween trick-or-treating activities for a full list of events. Locations include the Fort Worth Zoo, the Fort Worth Nature Center, Stockyards Station, and many business.
Friends of the Fort Worth Library sale - 10/29
Support the Fort Worth Public Library and pick up a few good reads. The sale has been extended for one more day to clear out the store. Admission is free and books are $10 for as many as you can fit in a box. The bookstore is located in the Wedgwood Shopping Center at 820 and Trail Lake Drive. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday only.
Northwest Branch Library anniversary - 10/29
Celebrate the one year anniversary of this library branch with games, snacks, crafts, prizes, and more. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See the full schedule for details.
On Stage with Caravaggio - 10/29
The Kimbell art museum regularly hosts free family festivals. This one will feature hands-on activities, films, and an instrument petting zoo, all inspired by the Italian Baroque period. Hours are 1-4 p.m.
Not So Icky Animals - 10/29
Come and go at the Fort Worth Nature Center to get up close with some creepy critters: spides, snakes, and more. Hours are 1-3 p.m. Cost is free with paid park admission ($5 adults; $2 children).
Kid Flix - 10/30
Central Branch Library will be showing the film The Indian in the Cupboard beginning at 2 p.m. in the Discovery Theater. Plus, all kids who arrive in costume will receive a free book. Cost is free and downtown parking is free in many locations on weekends.
Come back each Friday to find out about all the great weekend events in Fort Worth for families on a budget! If you have an event that you'd like featured in an upcoming 'Fort Worth weekend on a budget', send an email to Keri.Houchin@Yahoo.com.