Hidden Arlington park hikes into week’s 5 most-read Fort Worth stories
Publisher’s Note: A lot has happened this week so here is your chance to be caught up with. Read on for the week’s most popular headlines.
1. Enticingly named Hidden Park in Arlington is a joyously undulating enclave. North Texas-based Stacy Breen is an intrepid explorer of local culture, and her adventures now take her to parks around Dallas-Fort Worth. She recently discovered Crystal Canyon, a 37-acre nature reserve in North Arlington with a half-mile path on soft ground through forest and hilly, rocky terrain.
2. These are the 10 best things to do in Fort Worth this weekend. Some of the best ways to spend your free time this weekend include the first drive-in air show experience in North Texas, a socially distant bike tour of Fort Worth’s mural scene, symphony orchestra concerts, “plays” at a local theater, and more more.
3. Here’s some new COVID-19 friendly entertainment for Dallas-Fort Worth: a treasure hunt. In the post-COVID-19 world where simply walking outdoors is entertainment, a new distraction is coming that seems positively wild by comparison. Known as Treasure Quest Adventures, it is a treasure hunt in which participants search the city for clues that end with a cash prize for the winner.
4. Bars in Fort Worth and throughout Tarrant County are allowed to reopen. After a grueling seven-month shutdown, Fort Worth bars are allowed to reopen thanks to a decree from Judge Glen Whitley of Tarrant County. Bars in Fort Worth and across Tarrant County could reopen at 50 percent capacity from October 14th.
5. Fun new playground with giant musical instruments debuting in the Fort Worth suburb. In a new recreation area in Bedford, children can play together in several ways. The recently completed Sparkling Ice Musical Pocket Playground features life-size, interactive musical instruments that not only make noise, but also teach “players” a few things about music. The playground will be open to the public on Saturday 17th October.