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It’s time once again for ArtsGoggle, a semi-annual event on Fort Worth’s Southside that showcases art, music and the community. This year’s Goggle will take place on Saturday, Oct. 10 at various Southside locales from noon to 10 p.m. Admission is free! While there, you can listen to live music, see works from 550+ artists, buy handmade local goods, attend movie screenings, and more. New for 2015 is CarGoggle, a car show that will take place at Park Place Village from noon to 5 p.m.
You can see a complete listing of artists and venues here. Many streets will be closed to traffic, but free parking is available on the outer edges of the event.Subscribe to FW on the Cheap by e-mail and become a fan on Facebook.
Come by your local Taco Cabana today (Oct. 6) and pick up a free chicken fajita taco from 5-8 p.m. The giveaway is in honor of Taco Treat, its monthlong fundraiser that benefits the Warrior and Family Support Center in San Antonio. The coupon books are $1 and contain five coupons that can each be redeemed for a free bean and cheese taco, plus a bonus coupon for a free 20-oz soft drink with any purchase.
To get your free chicken fajita taco today, simply stop by their dining room – no purchase or coupon is necessary. (The freebie can’t be claimed in the drive-thru.)Subscribe to FW on the Cheap by e-mail and become a fan on Facebook.
The weather has cooled off a bit, which makes it the perfect weekend for the upcoming Family Day at Calloway’s Nursery. Come to any of their DFW-area locations on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and enjoy lots of family-friendly activities, including pumpkin decorating, seasonal crafts, science demos, family photos and more! This is a free event. Find a detailed schedule of Mad Science demonstrations here.
In Fort Worth, you can find Calloway’s at 2651 S. Hulen St. See all locations here.
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Today is National Coffee Day, and Dunkin’ Donuts is getting into the spirit with FREE java! Stop in to any participating DD today, Sept. 29, and get a FREE medium hot or iced Dark Roast Coffee. No purchase is necessary.Subscribe to FW on the Cheap by e-mail and become a fan on Facebook.
Today, Sept. 17, the new Salata location on Berry St. in Fort Worth will celebrate its grand opening with half-priced salads! The promo is happening all day. If you haven’t been to a Salata yet, this is a perfect time to check them out. In addition, the restaurant will give away gift cards to the first 50 people in line! The cards will have a value of up to $100. Plus, if you’re a TCU fan – Super Frog will be out for photo ops.
Salata is at 2864 W. Berry St. in Fort Worth.
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The State Fair of Texas is right around the corner – and AdPages will help some lucky fair fans go for free! Over 500 tickets will be given away in packages of four- to enter, just visit their contest page and enter your info. Plus, you can receive extra entries when you share the contest with your friends on Facebook. The tickets will be given away during the last two weeks in September. Don’t wait – get your name in now!
AdPages was also nice enough to provide a family 4-pack of tickets for one lucky Fort Worth on the Cheap reader! To enter, fill out the form below. There’s a limit of 1 entry per person, and you must live in Texas and be at least 18 years old to enter. The winner will be selected Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. central and notified via email shortly thereafter. Good luck!Subscribe to FW on the Cheap by e-mail and become a fan on Facebook.
On Thursday, Sept. 10, come to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth at 7 p.m. to see Underwater Dreams, a documentary by Mary Mazzio. Admission to the screening is free! This is a part of Fort Worth’s quarterly Movies That Matter series, showcasing films about human rights issues. The film’s description is as follows:
Underwater Dreams is an epic story of how the sons of undocumented Mexican immigrants learned how to build an underwater robot from Home Depot parts and defeat engineering powerhouse MIT in the process. The documentary was the basis for the theatrical film Spare Parts, which was released in January 2015 and stars George Lopez, Marissa Tomei and Jamie Lee Curtis. The film runs 86 minutes.
A discussion will follow the film. No reservations are necessary – seating begins on a first-come, first-served basis 15 minutes before the film begins.
The Modern is at 3200 Darnell St. in Fort Worth.Subscribe to FW on the Cheap by e-mail and become a fan on Facebook.