Big thanks to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art for hosting the Fort Worth Moms Blog and, oh you know, 160 of our closest friends for the Mom & Me Discover Date. It truly was a heap of fun — and our largest playdate to date.
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The Fort Worth Moms Blog has put together a great list of summer camps for all ages, stages, and interest levels. From sports to art to computer to nature, Fort Worth Moms Blog is sure to have something listed that will appeal to your child. We hope this is a helpful resource as you make […]
This free afternoon event for all ages features creative art-making activities, storytelling in the galleries, family films, and a special musical performance of “Leopoldo the Frog” by the Hall Ensemble. Promotional support provided by American Airlines and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. No reservations necessary; admission to the permanent collection is always free.
Signs of the Buddha —This free program introduces children (ages 12 and younger) and their adult companions to fun and inspiring ways to enjoy art together. Each session features a brief gallery activity and a related studio-art project. Space is limited; sign-up begins one hour prior to the program. Located in the Piano Pavilion Education Studios.
My family loves the rich art culture in Fort Worth, and especially so because it is very accessible. I grew up in suburban Chicago, and while the city offered many wonderful art museums and experiences, it always seemed like more of a production going downtown to the Art Institute. We never could add a trip […]
One of my favorite items in my home is my chalkboard. Seems kinda silly saying that, but it is SO true! My chalkboard is an ever-changing piece that reflects what is going on in our family from birthdays and holidays to back to school and encouraging Bible verses and quotes. I have been asked many […]