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Culture Camp Bowie Fall Festival and Makers Market set for November

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Fall is here. And it is ready to bring cooler temperatures and reasons to get out and about.

In celebration of the changing season, Camp Bowie District is partnering with the pop-up artisans of Fort Worth Makers for the second annual Camp Bowie Fall Festival and Makers Market on Saturday, Nov. 2.

The festival intends to bring together the community of all of Camp Bowie together for a social and neighborly event, Camp Bowie District said in a press release.

Along with Fort Worth Makers vendors showcasing their designs and handicrafts, the event will feature various games, entertainment, food and merchandise for sale.

Local Camp Bowie establishments like Kincaid’s Hamburgers, Boulevard of Greens, Tokyo Café, Pelican’s Sno Balls and Nothing Bundt Cake will serve their offerings.

The Boulevard, Game On, The Sunflower Shoppe, Metro Animals and more will be on-site for interactive games and activities to engage festival-goers.

Attendees can also enjoy yard games such as life-sized connect four, yard Jenga and pumpkin tic-tac-toe.

The event is free to attend.

The family-friendly communal event will be held at 5100 El Campo from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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