Every Saturday night from 10pm: fun with the girls. Free parking, drink specials, bartender Kenneth "the Weekend Wizard of Booze."
Monthly meetings, brunches, cookouts, camping weekends, pub crawls and other year-round events. Club meetings usually take place at Club Reflection, but see their website for udates.
June through September monthly series of LGBT films at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St. June 18th, 2pm; July 14th, 7pm; August 18th, 7pm; and September 15th, 7pm. Save the dates and see the program online:
September 28 + October 1, 2016. Wednesday Pride Kick off, with Mayor Betsy Price + celebration hosted by TCGPWA. Saturday, October 1st, Noon-6pm Pride Parade: "We Are Family": Reunion and Pride Street Festival. Sunday, October 2th, Noon-6pm Pride Picnic at Trinity Park Arts Pavilion. Tuesday, October 11th National Coming Out Day!
October 7-9, 2016. CARMEN - A free spirit with an appetite for life and love. A chance encounter with fate. Will passion be her downfall? “With its Latin flair, Carmen is the ultimate tale of passion, seduction, and deceit!” –Carlos Acosta. DANSE À GRANDE VITESSE - Supercharged ensemble of mesmerizing movement and precision. Next: Dec 9-24th - The Nutcracker.
October 16, 2016 - January 29, 2017. Approximately 60 early paintings, from his 1858 Normandy debut, until 1872 in Argenteuil, on the River Seine near Paris. Through the 1860s the young painter, in his twenties, absorbed and transformed a variety of influences, as lessons of the Barbizon school and mentor Boudin gave way to challenges posed by friends Manet, Pissarro, Renoir and Sisley.
November 4-6, 2016. $75 CampOut fee includes FRI evening meal, SAT breakfast, lunch and dinner, and SUN morning breakfast. Limited space available in bunkhouse, $15 for the weekend. Electrical hookups at most tent/ RV sites; popup campers/ RVs $25/ weekend. See application online. Monthly cookouts at Club Reflection, feature bear hamburgers and "Bear Meat on a Stick" sausages!
November 10-11, 2016 at Fort Worth Community Arts Center. 18th annual film festival - three days featuring around two dozen films from countries around the World. USA, Southwest and Texas premieres, plus appearances by several filmmakers. Monthly film screenings, and QLive open mic comedy events all year. See website for details:
November 11-13, 2016 at Bass Hall. Celebratiing American music and history, including some of America’s greatest composers: Gershwin’s “Lullaby for Strings,” Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait,” “Duke Ellington Fantasy.” John Williams’ “Hymn to the Fallen” from Saving Private Ryan + an Armed Forces Salute honoring veterans.
April 22 + 30 + May 5, 2017 at Bass Hall. Carmen - Bizet's classic tale of seduction and revenge w/ Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halévy. April 29 + May 7, 2017 Cruzar la Cara de la Luna - An exhilarating mariachi opera w/ Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitan/ Leonard Foglia. April 23, 25, 29, 30 + May 2, 6, 2017 Voir Dire - Order in the Court! FWO 2014 Frontiers Showcase Winner.
May 25 - June 10, 2017, Bass Hall. Preliminary - 30 competitors, 45-minute recital to include 4-5 min Marc-André Hamelin commissioned work. Quarterfinal - 20 competitors/ 45-min recital. Semifinal - 12 competitors: Mozart concerto w/ FWSO/ conductor Nicholas McGegan + 60-min recital. Final - 6 competitors piano quintet w/ Brentano String Quartet + Concerto/ FWSO/ Leonard Slatkin.