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Culture Food Weekend June 9-15

Weekend June 9-15

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Week of June 9-15

Untapped Music and Beer

At its origin, Untapped was designed by its organizers as an event equally focused on quality music and beer, a balance uncommon at music festivals and rarely found at beer events. The aim is not about the quantity of selection but rather the curating of the best in both craft beer and emerging local and national bands. The addition of local artisans, quality food vendors, and unique locations add texture to each event and create a vibrant village of activity.

www.pantherislandpavillion.com

WHAT: Indie Music and Beer Festival

WHEN: June 11

WHERE: Panther Island Pavillion

Friday on the Green

Friday on the Green features the region’s best live music, tasty food and drinks from Near Southside eateries, and the fun and relaxed atmosphere of a big neighborhood picnic. Groups of families and friends show up with blankets, chairs and pets to enjoy a lineup of three great local bands and food from local businesses or food trucks, beer and wine.

www.fortworthsouth.org

WHAT: Friday on the Green

WHEN: June 10 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

WHERE: Magnolia Green Park

Art by Brad Jensen

CREATIONSHIPS is unique from other painting classes because classes are generally smaller (between 10-20) with one-on-one guidance from Jensen. Music fitting the painting’s theme is also an important element and it’s all in the setting of his spectacularly creative gallery located with easy access to and from Downtown Fort Worth and the Historic Stockyards. The CREATIONSHIPS package includes light hors d’oeuvres, 1 drink ticket and participants can bring their own beverages.

www.bradjensenart.com

WHAT: Creationships Art Class

WHEN: June 10 & 11 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

WHERE: Jensen Art Studio – 1545 N. Main Street

Clay Pigeon will host a multi-course dinner featuring TX Whiskey from Fort Worth’s F&R Distilling Co. Executive chef and owner Marcus Paslay will serve four courses, each paired with a seasonal TX Whiskey cocktail created in-house. Courses include duck cooked three ways, featuring grilled duck breast, duck confit and foie gras, and Clay Pigeon’s ‘Daily Grind’ cocktail — made with a TX Whiskey-AVOCA coffee infusion — poured over house made cinnamon vanilla ice cream. Cost $70.

www.claypidgeon.com

WHAT: TX Whiskey paring dinner

WHEN: June 16 at 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Clay Pigeon

www.claypigeonfd.com

The trucks are back! Join us for “Dinner by the River” at River Legacy Park on Fridays from May 27th through June 17th. Bring your co-workers, friends, and family for a great time filled with music, fun, and delicious food! Feel free to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets as seating is limited. Each week we will feature a new lineup of food trucks for you to try out.

www.naturallyfun.org

WHAT: Food Truck Fridays

WHEN: June 10 from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.

WHERE: River Legacy Park – Arlington

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