Fort Worth Moms has gathered an array of festive activities to attend, PLUS some events not typical of the season.
Now that the littles are finally getting into a routine at school — it's time to mix it all up and get ready for the holidays! But on a serious note, Thanksgiving and the soon-to-be-here winter holidays mean more fun events in Tarrant County and surrounding areas. 
After one of the hottest Septembers in Texas, we are more than ready for fall weather to start rolling in! Until then, maybe a pumpkin-flavored sno-cone, anyone? We also love fall because it seems to represent a nostalgic time for families to gather, get outdoors, and make memories before the hectic wintertime holidays.
Things are heating up! Don't let the sizzling heatwaves discourage you and your family from getting around town this August. From movie nights and summer camps to water parks and rodeos, August in Cowtown serves up endless ways to live-up the rest of summer.
Lather on the sunscreen. Douse yourself in bug spray. Pack that picnic basket. July in Cowtown holds treats like outdoor movie screenings, free concerts on the Trinity River, and some of the juiciest peaches you'll ever taste!
Honestly, it's posts like these that make us proud all over again to call Fort Worth home. Where else can you find such a diverse offering of activities for kids and families? June in Cowtown is a month to celebrate heritage and diversity, enjoy the symphony al fresco, and take advantage of free movie screenings and fun, educational activities.
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