Festivals are a creative approach to commemorate illustrious heritage, culture, and customs. They are intended to commemorate memorable occasions and feelings in our life with our loved ones. They play a vital function in providing order to our social life as well as connecting us to our families and histories. North Richland Hills has great festivals that you can enjoy. Here are some of them:
Turtle Creek Arts Festival
This fall, the Turtle Creek Arts Event, a two-day arts festival, will be held in Reverchon Park in Dallas, Texas. At the historic park only steps from the Katy Trail, the festival will feature around 100 local and regional artists and craftspeople of many disciplines. Visitors will also be able to see artist demonstrations, eat from local food trucks, listen to live acoustic music, participate in hands-on art activities, visit a children’s section, and much more. The festival is free to attend, accessible to all ages, and dogs are welcome.
John Mayer SOB ROCK Tour
John Mayer, an American pop singer, and composer will go on a tour (dubbed the SOB ROCK Tour) and play live on stage! This specific live performance is set to take place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The event is scheduled for April 24th, 2022.
Fall Japanese Festival
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden’s Fall Japanese Festival will be held on Saturday, November 13, and Sunday, November 14, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last ticket sold/accepted at 3 p.m.) In the garden, you may enjoy traditional Japanese dancing, taiko drummers, martial arts, sword displays, raku ceramics, food trucks, and more.
Outside food is not permitted; however, you may bring a water bottle. Some activities may be adjusted this year to comply with social distancing regulations. Food trucks/concessions will sell food, and vendors/performers will follow safety rules.
3rd Annual Robert G. Mauch Masonic Festive Board
Your entrance ticket includes access, a meal, dessert, and two glasses of wine or beverage. For your convenience, there will also be a bar. The dress code is “Black Tie,” which means a black bow tie, a white shirt, and a black jacket. The event of the year, with old-world traditional scripts, fantastic fellowship, and classical musicians, is not to be missed. P.M. David Rogers, as always, is an excellent Guest Speaker. Carrollton and James A. Smith Masonic Lodges are co-sponsors of this event.