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1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Opening reception for renowned sculptor, Mr. Woodrow Nash. Featuring art from his collection entitled “Contemporary Ceramic, Tribal Artifacts”

Presented by Dr. Arlene Slade Barnett, Mrs. Shirley Roberts Pace and Mr. Joseph A. Faust

Austin Event Center
1125 East Berry Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76110, United States
The Ultimate Accapella Finale & Showcase
March 9th, 2018 7:30pm-10pm.
Austin Event Center
1125 E. Berry Street – Fort Worth Texas
After 4 months of auditions, 12 super talented artists are ready to present the very best of themselves to a LIVE audience. We’ve heard their hearts, we’ve witnessed their power and THEY ARE READY!
These amazing singers are the BEST OF THE BEST and will be traveling from all over Texas and Louisiana to share soul stirring songs that will fill up the room and our spirits. Come witness the variety of voices as they compete for a chance to sing the National Anthem LIVE for a Dallas Area Sports Franchise. All singers will gain career boosting exposure as they give their all. 3 judges. 2 hours. One Winner.
Don’t miss this highly anticiapted finale.
Only A $10 Admission.
Refreshments – Free Parking- Vendors
Contact us at (972) 704-5001 for details.
Sat Mar 1 0

Jet Relays

Herman Clark Stadium, CA Roberson Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Jet Relays Soul Festival was founded in February 2017 by Germain Trotter as the result of a desire to create a safe and positive environment to educate student athletes on healthy lifestyles, manifesting their best abilities, and competing at an elite level. From this desire, he partnered with the founder of Hallmark Track Club, Newton Braziel. Through this collaboration, Germain Trotter’s vision to host an annual competitive track & field event that would bring together talented athletes from some of the Nation’s Top Colleges/HBCUs, High Schools, and Middle Schools was birthed! This historic event will also serve as an exciting and dynamic platform for coaches and scouts to see high school athletes preparing for their college athletic careers.

2201 Ascension Boulevard, Arlington, TX, USA

Join us for the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Youth Symposium at Nichols Jr. High School! Teens only!

2201 Ascension Boulevard, Arlington, TX 76006

10:00am-2:00pm

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

The Fort Worth Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. will host our 11th Annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser – to be held at the Austin Event Center (Saturday – March 10th from 8PM-12AM).

Online tickets are $30

Tickets at the door will be $40

This is an event you do not want to miss!

DJ I.E in the mixx!

2nd line band (Featuring AD Bonner Music)

Silent Auction!

*Complimentary Creole Cuisine and Adult Beverages will be served*

*Table w/Bottle services are available*

A portion of all proceeds will benefit the Fort Worth Alumni Chapter Guide Right Program and the Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship Foundation [a501(c)(3)].

Fort Worth Business Assistance Center
I-35W, Fort Worth, TX 76104, USA

It Takes a Thief . . . to be more Secure 

Jason Duling has an peculiar way to sell his product — company security courtesy of Johnson Controls / Tyco Security. He surveys your premises as a thief might and points out areas were you appear to most at risk. Join us at the BAC for a free breakfast and a presentation / Q&A about making your facility more secure.

Jason Duling

Jason Duling is a Senior Account Executive with Johnson Controls / Tyco Security. He works with clients to protect their employees, secure their facilities and streamline their business practices. Starting in 2008, Jason began working alongside individuals who realized the need for security but weren’t quite sure of the steps to get there. His projects range from mom-and-pop stores to large manufacturing facilities and even a U.S. Air Force base.

BREAKFAST SPONSORS:

Comerica Bank

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.

500 West 3rd Street, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Saturday March 24th, 2018 from 1:00-3:00pm

Fort Worth Central Library

500 W 3rd Street, Tandy Lecture Hall

Theme: “Nevertheless, She Persisted” – A Joint Presentation with Fort Worth Central Library & Women in Power Empowering

Please contact Brenda Sanders-Wise or Sarah Walker

info@tarrantcountyblackhistory.org

Call us at 817-332-6049

http://www.tarrantcountyblackhistory.org

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

“WRITE THE VISION AND MAKE IT PLAIN!!!”

LADIES AND GENTLEMAN 2018 has arrived! are YOU Looking for that PERFECT time to really focus on your VISION for the year? Well look no more. We have a FABulous day planned for YOU.

There are some key factors you must think of before creating your board. Focus on the FABULOUS “5” points of life: GOD, LOVE, SELF, HEALTH, WEALTH which if the foundation for your overall LIFE.

What do you want your 2018 to look like? In Habbakuk 2:2-3 God instructs us to do four things to be successful in life: Write Our VisionRead Our Vision, Recite Our Vision, and Run with Our Vision.

Lets come together to manifest your goals by creating a Vision Board, If you’ve never created a Vision Board you may be asking what is a vision board? A vision board is any sort of board on which you display images that represent your life. Overall, concentrate on the things you want to BECOME, set a clear picture as to who you want to BE, what you want to DO and what you want to HAVE. Always stick to the POSITIVE.

Come spend an afternoon with amazing speakers, networking with beautiful spirited people. Great music, raffles, laughing, with motivated, focused driven individuals as we work together to make our vision and goals come to life.

We have a goal-driven, powerful speaker Kimberly Linzy. Her goal is to encourage better work-life balance, she speaks to diverse audiences, from those looking to improve their overall life, which include health & total happiness which will reduce overall stress. She will also speak on getting fit for 2018 tips on how to eat to stay fit.

Pastor Denise Wolford will share the importance of having God as the head of your temple. Lining your vision up with what God has already told you and seeing it everyday and manifesting it into your life.

March is Colorectal Cancer Awarness Month, I am a 3-time Colon Cancer Survivor and I will share the importance of understanding a Colonoscopy, taking back your life and “Living past your dianosis”. There will be information to take with you.

All-Inclusive $30 Admission Includes: poster board, glue, scissors, markers, pens, stickers, and magazines. Please feel free to bring photos, inspirational quotes, bible verses and any images you wish to display on your board. You are more than welcome to bring your old favorite magazines, (OPTIONAL) All PAID admission will receive a Journal to pair with your Vision Board. Music provided by DJ K-9 he will keep the music flowing and the atmosphere exciting.

Pasta, salad, desserts, tea & water will be provided. (no outside food, please) Dress comfortable, bring your beautiful attitudes and smiles and come ready to have fun.

Tickets are nonrefundable… but are transferable. Email stafonjackson@yahoo.com if you need to transfer a ticket. Deadline to transfer tickets will be March 18th.

Photos will be taken. Participation in event means consent to video footage, and photos for marketing purposes on social media and email blast. Please feel free to share your experience with us by using our hashtag #fab5visionboardparty

Make your VISION your REALITYStop Allowing Your Dreams to Remain as only a thought. Come ready to put your ideas and goals into ACTION!!! Take ownershop of your VISION!!!

May the blessings continue to shower down on you.

Thank you,

This will be a fun-filled evening. Eat, Drink and Be Merry! My hope is that you will leave with a new vision.

Stafon Bishop and the BNSPIRED team is ready to meet you.

#fab5visionboardparty

2200 Oak Hill Road, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Gospel music legend Milton Pace presents The Perfect Peace: Saintsville Cathedral Annual Spring Concert Musical at 2200 Oakhill Road, Fort Worth, TX 76112. On Sunday, March 25th at 6:00pm.

50 Outstanding Voices trained and committed to make his praise glorious along with renowned music staff Taylor Pace, Nathan Young, Cory Hamilton, Darren Hamilton and Marcus Norwood.

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