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Courtyard by Marriott Ft. Worth Historic Stockyards
2537 North Main Street, Fort Worth, TX, United States

Join us January 3rd, 2018 from 5-7pm at the Courtyard by Marriott Fort Worth Historic Stockyard for wine specials, entertainment and door prizes!

Austin Event Center
1125 East Berry Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76110, United States

Bring plenty of business cards! This is a great networking opportunity to meet with business leaders and representatives from companies throughout the DFW Metroplex. Members from 10 area Chambers of Commerce will attend the Mega Mixer. Help welcome, meet and greet our Special Guests!

The Austin Event Center is accessible by the Fort Worth Transportation Authority’s bus route 24.

Complimentary Wine, Beer and Hors d’ouevres

RSVP to Eventbrite

Questions/Info: Call (817) 923-9305 or Email Info@JimAustinOnline.com

ABOUT THE ORGANIZER OF THE QUARTERLY MEGA MIXER

JimAustinOnline.com is a professional web-based media advertising, marketing and networking company. For additional information or advertising opportunities: Email – JimA@JimAustinOnline.com or Call (817) 923-9305. Website: www.JimAustinOnline.com

ADVERTISE WITH JIM AUSTIN ONLINE:

JimAustinOnline.com is a professional web-based media advertising, marketing and networking company.

For additional information or advertising opportunities:

Email – JimA@JimAustinOnline.com or Call (817) 923-9305.

Website: www.JimAustinOnline.com

Austin Event Center
1125 East Berry Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76110, United States

EVENT DETAILS:

For those interested in a unique opportunity. Jim Austin Online and Mike Guinn Entertainment have partnered to present @SING: Accapella Competition: MLK Edition. The winner of this Competition will get a chance to open for a professional DFW Sports franchise whose games are shown on ESPN.

This Jan 11th is the 3rd and final Qualifier before the March Finale.

There is no cost for select singers and only a small cover charge ($10) for attendees for what is sure to be an incredible event.

We are delighted to include a select few of you into a competition that is certain to be the talk of the town. And besides this opportunity to share your gift, your info will be passed on to prospective promoters.

Once you’ve been confirmed, all that you simply have to do is come prepared to sing one song without music and one with music. THAT’S IT.

Then, our expert panel of judges will select the top singers to go on to the finale.

You can send us the link to your instrumental which has to be accessible on Youtube so that we can have it available for you.

We’d love to have you. LIVE, at the world renowned Austin Event Center, 1125 E. Berry Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76110; Thursday, January 11,2018, @7:30pm-9:30pm.

We hope to see you there.

If you want to be a part of this movement, Inbox us now.

RSVP now https://www.facebook.com/events/677472739123165/

Doors Open: 6:30PM

Admission: $10.00

Snack Bar Available

Free Self-Parking

Sponsored By JimAustinOnline, Fort Worth Expressions, TheTexas SpeakNow Movement, Crying In Colors Swan Photography College Elite

100% of the Proceeds Benefit National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum (www.cowboysofcolor.org)

Contact Mike Guinn:

www.mikeguinn.biz (972) 704-5001 for info and other events.

Western Heritage Center Archery Range
3534 East Berry Street, Fort Worth, TX 76105, United States

Visit www.cowboysofcolor.org to download the Registration Form and make payment; or pay here at Eventbrite.com. Fee is $35.00 per student, per class. You may register and make payment by mail with a check or fill out the credit card information and mail or fax to: National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum (NMWHM); Administrative Business Office; 2401 Scott Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76103. Fax: (817) 446-3272. Additional Registration/Payment Options: Credit Card Phone Payment: Museum (817) 534-8801; Fax (817) 446-3272 or Email Info@cowboysofcolor.org.

WHAT TO BRING:

Packed Lunch/Snacks/Beverage. Depending on weather conditions and personal preference – Cap or Sun Hat, Jacket, Sunglasses or Eyeglasses if needed, Long, Ankle or Knee Length Pants or Jeans; Long or Short-Sleeved T-Shirt or Shirt; Tennis Shoes or Hiking Shoes. (No Flip-Flops please for safety reasons). OPTIONAL ITEMS: Personal or Pocket-Sized Hand Sanitizer; Sunscreen; Insect Repellent.

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Ages 7 to 17 may register. A parent or chaperone may attend free with younger students if they wish.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Free Parking is Available. Location is accessible to bus routes on The T and other public transportation methods.

What can I bring into the event?

Packed Lunch/Snacks/Beverage. Depending on weather conditions and personal preference – Cap or Sun Hat, Jacket, Sunglasses or Eyeglasses if needed, Long, Ankle or Knee Length Pants or Jeans; Long or Short-Sleeved T-Shirt or Shirt; Tennis Shoes or Hiking Shoes. (No Flip-Flops please for safety reasons). OPTIONAL ITEMS: Personal or Pocket-Sized Hand Sanitizer; Sunscreen; Insect Repellent.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Call National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum (817) 534-8801.

What’s the refund policy?

Refund available 7 days before event. In emergency situations fee may be applied to future course if the museum is notified ahead of the scheduled class date.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please bring your printed tickeet and registration form to the Primitve Living Course.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes. You may contact the museum with updates at (817) 534-8801 or email Info@cowboysofcolor.org.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

If the museum is notified before the class date you may transfer the fee to an upcoming course date.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

You must notifiy the museum before the class date if the name on the ticket or registration does not match the person who will attend the course.

Will Rogers Coliseum
3401 West Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, TX, United States

Tickets will be mailed to you.

The Will Rogers Memorial Center  is accessible by the Fort Worth Transportation Authority’s bus routes 2 and 7.

Rodeo Ticket purchases also provides same day entrance into the Midway, Petting Zoo, Exhibit Hall, Livestock Barns, Cattle Raisers Museum, National Cowgirls Museum and Fort Worth Museum of Science & History.
Campus Theatre in Denton
214 W Hickory St, Denton, TX 76201, United States

OUR OBJECTIVES

– Celebrate the accomplishments of African American filmmakers including actors, producers, directors, and other industry professionals.
– Provide opportunities for new and developing African American filmmakers to present their work to the community.
– Enhance, promote, and shape positive images and role models for the African American community and the broader Denton community.
– Provide opportunities to network with professionals in the film-making industry.
– Enrich and build a strong culture of diversity in Denton.
– Provide opportunities for sponsors to establish a mutually beneficial relationships within Denton and the African American businesses and cultural community.

 

Storytelling is the core of any culture. Stories are how traditions, ideas and experiences are shared and passed down from one generation to the next. Denton Black Film Festival is a platform for stories about black lives, black culture and black experiences to be shared, told and lived.

The Denton Black Film Festival creates a space where :
– a minority culture can be a majority experience.
– stories on the margins are given center stage.
– the black experience is valued, validated and celebrated.

Denton, a rapidly evolving arts and culture hotbed provides the perfect backdrop for DBFF on its trajectory to building community, celebrating culture, but most importantly, sharing stories.

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