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Fall is the time of stretchy pants and we are ready to embrace it at its fullest. One of the best ways to do that is by going to a fall fest to just eat. The Clearfork Market in Fort Worth is having their very own Fall Fest on October 12. The best part is that the event is free admission so all you have to worry about paying for is the food.

There will be over 10 local food vendors with a variety of eats! You'll be able to satisfy all your cravings in one spot. Some of the vendors include Pearl Snap Kolaches, Funky Town Food Truck Texas, Buon Giorno Coffee Trike, and many more.

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Going to the movies is amazing because you get to sit back and be transported to another world. But can't movies be even better with a great view behind them? This unique movie theater in Fort Worth gives you two things to look for. One of those things is a great double feature and the other is a completely breathtaking view of the city.

Coyote Drive-In theater has double features almost every night of the week, and at only $8 for both movies. The theater is far away enough from the city that the skyline backdrop is so breathtaking. Right now would be a great month to go because they are they are having a spooky double feature with IT Chapter 2 and Annabell Comes Home.

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Spooky things are coming and we can't wait! While we might celebrate heroes year-round, Fort Worth is giving villains a chance to shine. The Spooky Spectacle is convention is happening this weekend at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, and it's sure to bring the fright.

On Sept. 14 and 15, and at only $10 a day, all your favorite scary and edgy convention topics will be celebrated.  Spooky Spectacle centers around paranormal, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy, so don't be too surprised if you run into an alien or two. Visitors will be able to attend workshops where they can learn how to do simple special effects makeup and even encounter some awesome pop-culture characters. Special guests Daniel Midkiff and Miko Hughes, both from the 1989's Pet Sematary, will be there too. 

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Bring out your denim shorts and dust off your walking shoes because Watauga fest is back this from May 16 to the 19 at Capp Smith Park. The four-day event will have everything you could possibly want in a festival including food trucks, games, rides, and live music. 

The free event will start with a carnival on Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The carnival will continue throughout the weekend and will be joined by the best local food trucks in town. At the food trucks, you will be able to get all your festival favorites including funnel cakes and deep friend cake pops. There will also be beer and wine sales if you're really feeling in the festive mood.

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Margaritas are a delicious way to start the weekend for everyone in Texas. If you live in the Fort Worth area, you already know that every restaurant claims to have the best one around. Luckily for you, on April 27th the Fort Worth Margarita Festival will be in town to find the best, ultimate margarita in the city. 

The delicious margarita festival will take place at The Yard on 3017 Morton St from noon to 6 p.m. where you will be able to enjoy over 15 margarita booths, food, live music and an adult-friendly playground.

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