World's Largest Rubber Duck

Jim Orgill Photography

Date/Time

October 30, 2021
10:00 AM until 08:00 PM

Location

Trinity Park View map
2278 River Dr,
Fort Worth, TX, 76107

Additional Information

  • Website: https://kindnessduck.com
  • Cost: Free admission; $25 reserved parking; tickets/coupons needed for games and drinks
  • Ages: All ages

Description

The Big #KindnessDuck Party is the kick-off event for the Kindness Duck Project, one of Fort Worth's newest nonprofits, and headlining the event is the world's largest rubber duck—all six stories of her and her 10-foot-tall Baby Duck to boot.

The best food trucks, drinks, and vendors Cowtown has to offer will be waiting for you and your entire family at this inaugural festival supporting the Kindness Duck Project. Visit facebook.com/kindnessduck for updates on all the announced vendors and participating charities. Entry to the Big #KindnessDuck Party is free. Visit kindnessduck.com/shop to book your reserved parking, drink/game coupons, VIP packages with Fort Brewery & Pizza.

See the duck
The World’s Largest Rubber Duck will land in Fort Worth's Trinity Park as part of the Big #KindnessDuckParty. Weighing in at over 30,000 pounds and more than six stories high, the Duck will take center stage at the Festival, located at Trinity Park. The 61-foot-high, 69-foot-wide, 79-foot-long lovable waterfowl will be on display during the festival hours (see below on page).

Mama Duck, as she is affectionately referred to, will be spreading her love at the event and be available for some Texas-sized selfies. Mama Duck’s baby, Timmy, will also be on hand photo-bombing whenever he can. After you take your pictures with the world's largest rubber duck, stop by the Tarrant County 9-1-1 tent in the children's area nearby the duck, and grab your free 9-1-1 rubber duck. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will bring children’s activities. Plus, you can purchase duck feed and feed the real ducks at the Trinity Parks' duck pond. See the map of the event here.

Visit Charity Lane
Learn more about nearly 30 local nonprofits that are doing amazing work in the community and how you can get involved. Stop by the booths to learn more about participating charities including:
-HOPE Farm, Inc., a long-term leadership development program that guides at-risk boys, without the benefit of a positive male role model in their homes, from the time they are 5–7 years old until high school graduation and beyond. Since 1989, the Fort Worth nonprofit has served more than 250 at-risk boys and moms in Fort Worth, breaking the cycle of fatherless families.
-Con Mi Madre, a non-profit in the Austin area whose mission is to empower young Latinas and their mothers through educational and support services.

Food and Live Music
At Food Truck Row, grab a snack, drink or meal from more than 25 food trucks on-site for the three-day event. Enjoy premium beverages and food in the shade while viewing live performances on the Frank Kent Cadillac Stage.

More about the Kindness Duck Project
Three pillars of the #kindnessduck mission are:
-Plant Kindness: Plant the seeds of kindness by responding to community needs and performing as many random acts of kindness as possible
-Grow Kindness: Help promote and uplift charitable organizations by providing a larger platform
-Share Kindness: Provide children of all ages the opportunity to both receive and give kindness through #KindnessDuck events and curriculum

Want to know how you can support the Kindness Duck Project's mission? Reach out to them online to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways that you can get its message to your friends and family.