• Take a spin on family-friendly bike trails
    Whether you’re hearing “Look, Mom, no hands!” or your littles aren’t quite ready to pop off the training wheels, a family bike ride is a good excuse for vitamin D and some uninterrupted time together.
  • Family-Friendly Public Transport
     Next time you’re looking for kid-friendly fun outside your neighborhood, take a ride on Fort Worth’s Trinity Railway Express (TRE) or Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). 
  • Where to Pick, Plant and Paint Flowers
    April showers might bring May flowers, but tulips, poppies and pansies are already in bloom here this month
  • Historical sites celebrating African American heritage
    The month especially offers an abundance of opportunities to celebrate black heritage and begin an ongoing conversation with your kiddos about the African-American experience. 
  • Where to play when it's cold outside
     On cold and rainy days, savvy parents depend on a rotation of indoor playgrounds to keep the littles entertained. Here, our picks for the next time your brood needs to get the wiggles out.
  • Discover the History of Nearby Native Americans
    Both Texas and our neighbor to the north have sites aplenty to discover the rich history of local Native American tribes and to educate your family on their modern-day presence and cultural significance.
  • We can generally anticipate the monarch’s arrival in the first few weeks of October. Take advantage of our temporary winged visitors with a slew of local events celebrating their arrival. 
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