Night & Day // September 15-21, 2021

Thursday September 16

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Artes de la Rosa proudly presents An evening with Carlos Santos 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. to Marine Rose Theater (1440 N Main St, Fort Worth, 817-624-8333). Originally from Puerto Rico, Santos is an actor / comedian best known for playing Chris Morales in the Netflix original series. Gentified. Along with the screening of an episode, participants will participate in a one-on-one conversation with Santos. Participation is free, but RSVP is required through Facebook.com/ViveADLR/Events.

Friday September 17th

From 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday to Saturday, meet in the new location in Arlington, Black Box 215 (215 E Front St, @ Blackbox215), for International Pop reversal. Each night, IPO features artists from Arlington and beyond, including tonight’s lineup from John Dufilho of The Deathray Davies with The Hungry Onions, The Instant Losers, The Pengwins, and more. Another exceptional night is Saturday with SpyderPop artist Danny Wilkerson with Lannie Flowers Band, John Stevens and The Used Electrics. Admission to each show is $ 5 at the door. For the full list of artists, see the event page on Facebook.com/DavidBash.IPO4Ever.

Saturday, September 18

Every half hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., time slots are available to attend the Wedgwood Houses Parade 2021 presented by the Wedgwood Historical Association. See mid-century architecture, automobiles, dress styles and furniture from the 1950s and 1960s, and listen to live vintage music as you tour four homes in this historic southwest Fort Worth neighborhood. Interior tickets cost $ 20, while exterior tickets cost $ 10. For more information and to pre-order tickets, visit WedgwoodHistoricalAssociation.org.

Sunday, September 19

From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., meet at Shwe Phone Pwint Dhamma Center (200 Williams Rd, Fort Worth, 469-321-2992) for the next Myanmar Ethnic Community Food Fair and Fundraising Event. Food tickets are $ 5 and raffle tickets are $ 10 per gates entry. In addition to food and music, there will be a chinlone tournament. (Also known as ‘caneball’, chinlone is the national sport of Myanmar / Burma). For more information, visit Facebook.com/DFWMyanmarEthnicCommunity.

Monday, September 20

From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Funky Picnic Brewery and Café (401 Bryan Av, Ste 117, Fort Worth, 817-708-2739) is hosting its first Oktoberfest beer dinner of the season. Five German-style courses – including kasespatzle, currywurst, hirschruncken met schoko, schnitzel, and schwarzalder kirschtorte – will be accompanied by five Funky Picnic beers. Tickets are $ 55- $ 75 on BuyTickets.at/FunkyPicnicBrewryCafe/564094 until 5 p.m. on Friday. (For more Oktoberfest events, return to this week’s ATE DAY8 A WEEK column in Eats & Drinks.)

Tuesday September 21

If you’re thrilled with #PumkinSpiceSeason and want to learn some calligraphy, we’ve got the event for you. From 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m., join Sip and write – a calligraphy company specializing in calligraphy / lettering courses – at Grands Crus Wine Bar (1257 W Magnolia Av, Fort Worth, 817-923-1717) for Modern calligraphy and pumpkin lettering. Tickets cost $ 65 per person on SipeandScript.com and come with a beginner’s calligraphy kit, writing practice materials, and a mini pumpkin to decorate. It’s all up to you to keep at the end of the night.

Wednesday 22 September

If you experience a sudden change in barometric pressure, fear not. It’s just Best of 2021 hit the stands. Please take one. In the meantime, if you feel the need to promote your business in this souvenir edition, one of our friendly salespeople would love to be in touch. To get started, visit FWWeekly.com/Adverise-With-Us and use the form by Friday, September 17th. #PromotionalPost #AdvertiseWithUs #YouKnowYouWantTo

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