Lantern festivals are a central part of Chinese culture and date back thousands of years. Join us as this ancient tradition comes to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden where you will see over 20 sets of lanterns crafted from silk, wire and steel and where you can spend an evening filled with fun, food, and adventure. This event offers visitors the opportunity to experience an event rarely staged outside of Asia.
Mar 25 2019
Fort Worth Botanic Garden: Lanterns in the Garden - Fort Worth (Thru May 12)
EarthX: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! - Dallas
Earth X is bigger than ever this year and is seeking volunteers to help out at the giant eco-expo April 26-28 at Fair Park in Dallas. This is a great opportunity to gain experience, network and be part of the world's largest eco-fest.
Earth X volunteer manager Melinda Garde said there are more than 30 different opportunities available for volunteers.
"Volunteers are the face of EarthX. As a volunteer, you are an integral part of the process of changing the way people think, work and live," said Garde. "Volunteers will engage attendees with fun hands-on activities that teach how to make a difference through science, technology and innovations in thought leading to a sustainable future."
Volunteers get a T-shirt and snacks. There are two shifts: 9 a.m. -2 p.m., 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Info: Melinda Garde, volunteer manager, email@example.com
City of Watauga: Paws in the Park - Watauga
Enjoy food, live entertainment, inflatables and a movie night at the free, pet-themed event.
The Watauga Animal Shelter will be onsite for pet adoptions, and Don't Forget To Feed Me, a pet food bank, will be collecting donations.
Food vendors will be there, including the Healthy Hippie with their Vegan Nachos, Carrot Dogs, Mac & Cheese, Protein Bowls.
ACTION ALERT! City of Arlington: Townhall on Gas Well Setback Waivers - Arlington
The city is organizing a townhall to discuss waivers to the 600 feet setback for siting gas wells and requiring a supermajority of 7 council votes to grant one. Please attend and support more protections for community's health and safety.
Dallas Area Fiber Artists: Recycle Artist VET - Dallas
VET will talk about her artist journey of building her skill set through art by drawing, painting, sewing, weaving and sculpting. The transition to mixed media was a natural progression as she began involving recycled found objects.
As a recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Award, VET worked on a collaborative multi-disciplinary performance and exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art.
She is a native Texas artist who incorporates recycling awareness and arts education within her projects and residencies.
With VET’s help, we will create a Shoo-fly Quilt Block from the Freedom Quilt Codes Project. Blocks will be made from fabric, using glue and hand stitching. All supplies are provided, including embellishments and handouts.
Register on website link.