Art, Selfies, Doggie Fun, Family Portraits, Music Lessons, New Ink and a Hot Shave
FORT WORTH, TX, September 22, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — As summer turns to fall, some Texans are looking for a little quality socially distanced fun. Fort Worth Design District has a variety of fun activities, both outdoors and indoors. Here are a dozen must-do activities for visitors to the design district on the first day of fall:
• Visit the Largest Outdoor Art Gallery in Texas – Stroll the more than 40-acre district to see the winning murals from previous years of the Fort Worth Design District’s annual graffiti art festival.
• Spread Your Wings – Enjoy a series of interactive murals known as the Snap and Share Art Walk. They are designed for taking snapshots to share and include a mural that will give you wings.
• Bring the Big Dog – Golden Triangle Dog Park has a dedicated play are just for big dogs.
• Unleash the Small Dog – We like King Charles Spaniels, Bichon Frise, Pugs and other small dogs, too. Golden Triangle Dog Park has a dedicated play area just for smaller dogs.
• Get Fort Worth on Your Mind – Come visit a mural painted just for fans of the King of Country that commemorates one of George Strait’s most memorable songs.
• Freeze Frame – Book an outdoor photo session for portraits with Fort Worth family photography guru Jenny Braly. Her studio is right in Fort Worth Design District.
• Shred Like a Rockstar – If you’ve been meaning to learn to play guitar, visit Kris Wallace Music right in the heart of Fort Worth Design District. Take private guitar lessons with a renowned local musician and teacher in his studio at Paddock Place Office Suites.
• Get Crafty – Shop the craft boutique for one-of-a-kind items or roll up your sleeves and book a workshop for crafters at Cuddly Cactus Designs.
• Act Up – Get a ticket to see a production by Fort Worth’s Luckenbooth Theatre, a professional theatre company that produces original work by local playwrights and reintroduces established work in new, thought-provoking ways. Check out Luckenbooth’s adaptation of William Golding’s The Lord of the Flies this fall.
About Fort Worth Design District
Fort Worth Design District is a business enclave made for creative entrepreneurs in fashion, design, architecture, technology, and other fields that prize both design and aesthetics. 40+ acres, Fort Worth Design District features retail shop space for rent, studios and workshops, showrooms, light industrial spaces for makers, distributors and manufacturers and coworking office suites. The center of the district is Box Office Warehouse Suites (BOWS), an eco-friendly business park made from more than 100 recycled shipping containers. Surrounding BOWS is Golden Triangle Business Park with additional commercial property for lease. Nestled in the complex is Paddock Place Office Suites, the horse barn turned into coworking office suites.
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