BURLESONWinery to celebrate fall season with harvest festivalSunset Winery of Burleson will celebrate fall with some seasonal activities paired with wine specials Saturday.The festival will last from 3 to 7 p.m. at 1535 S. Burleson Blvd.Activities will include a grape stomp, crafts, a Lucille Ball look-a-like contest, pumpkin stump contest and live music by the Everybody’s Darlin’ duo.Burgers with sides and dessert will be served at 6 p.m.Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 5 to 12. Some proceeds from admission and the wine sale will go toward Wings of Hope, a nonprofit equestrian therapy program based in Cleburne.For more information, visit www.sunsetwinery.com. — Taylor Prater Safe Kids Fair scheduledA fire safety house, fire truck tours and bicycle safety sessions are the highlights for the city's annual Safe Kids Fair set for Oct. 17.The fair is scheduled from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the parking lot of H-E-B, 165 NW John Jones Drive.The fair will include bicycle safety sessions by Burleson police, tours of fire trucks by the Burleson Fire Department and a fire safety house.Texas Health Huguley Hospital will be at the fair with its mobile bus and a MedStar ambulance crew also will at the fair.For more information, call 817-426-9682. — Domingo Ramirez Jr.CLEBURNEChurch to hold 48th annual Lord’s Acre Harvest FestivalWesley Memorial United Methodist Church will hold its 48th annual Lord’s Acre harvest Festival Oct. 19.The festival begins at 9 a.m. at the church, 1200 West Kilpatrick.Activities will include a country store, sweet shop, entertainment from the Baggy Bottom Boys and a live auction.A barbecue lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at $8 per adult and $4 per child.The event will support Operation Christmas Child, Community Mission Outreach and United Methodist Missions.For more information, call the church at 817-645-2373. — Taylor Prater CROWLEYCity to host Haunted Hayride for canned goodsThe city of Crowley will hold a haunted hayride through the park in the spirit of Halloween, all for the price of one canned good.Hayrides will run from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Bicentennial Park.Admission to the event is one canned good per person. All goods will be donated to Crowley House of Hope.Other activities will include face painting, a cookie walk, carnival games and more.For more information, call 817-297-2201. — Taylor Prater FORT WORTHChurch will host family fall festivalMcMillan United Methodist Church will host its fall festival Oct. 12.The festival will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 3401 Mountcastle Drive.Activities will include vendors, a food court, bounce house, face-painting, bingo and a cake walk. — Taylor Prater Fashion shop plans to open this month in West 7thEpiphany Boutique has leased 1,463 square feet at 2956 Crockett St. in the West 7th development and will open this month.Epiphany is a lifestyle boutique that showcases an eclectic mix of apparel and accessories for men and women, plus handmade jewelry, shoes, college T-shirts and a wide selection of hats.Owner Sherry Andrus operates two other locations, Epiphany Boutique for Women and Epiphany for Men in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District. — Sandra BakerTony’s Pizza Pasta & Subs expands into Fort WorthLongtime Arlington restaurateur Tony Leland has opened a location of Tony’s Pizza Pasta & Subs at 609 S. Jennings Ave. in Fort Worth.Tony’s has operated in Arlington since 1981.The Fort Worth location is 4,200 square feet and is in the former Cosmoz Cafe location, at the southeast corner of Jennings and Pennsylvania avenues. — Sandra BakerGoing for Gold luncheon to bring awareness of young adult cancerThe Rutledge Foundation, a nonprofit committed to finding a cure for young adult cancer, will host its annual luncheon to raise awareness for research.The luncheon will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at River Crest Country Club.Speakers will share medical breakthroughs and collaborative efforts in finding a cure. This year’s speaker will be Paul Bowman, chairman of pediatrics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.The Rutledge Foundation has given more than $100,000 to sarcoma research and young adult patient needs.For more information, visit www.goldribbon.org. — Taylor Prater Hospital’s mobile health program will offer mammogramsTexas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is utilizing its mobile health program throughout October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.The Fort Worth Fire Department is teaming up with the hospital for its “Cares Enough to Wear Pink” initiative, with firefighters sporting the color.Mammograms will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Station No. 24, 3101 Forest Ave., and Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Station No. 17, 212 E. Felix St.Each screening will last about 15 minutes, including a four-view mammogram and breast health education.Mammograms are read by a board-certified radiologist from Texas Health Fort Worth. Results will be sent to the patient and her physician.To be eligible, women must be 40 or older, have no personal history of breast cancer, no breast implants, no known breast problems, not be pregnant or nursing in the past six months, and not have had a mammogram in the past year.Women without insurance may qualify for a funded mammogram. For more information, visit www.texashealth.org/mobilehealth. — Taylor Prater GODLEYLions Club will host community pancake supperGodley Texas Lions Club will hold a community pancake supper Oct. 19.The supper will be from 5 to 8 p.m. at Godley Park Pavilion, Farm Road 817 and Allen Street.The program will help support community projects in Godley.For more information, contact Ardelle Hopper at 817-309-3328. — Taylor Prater HASLETFirst Walmart location open to shoppersHaslet community members welcomed the addition of a Wal-Mart store Wednesday.The store is now open for business at 2401 Avondale-Haslet Road.The store helped create about 300 full- and part-time jobs. — Taylor Prater LAKE WORTHArt association will feature local artist at meetingThe North West Art Association will hold its next meeting Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Edge Coffee Shop.Local artist Brad Jensen will be the demonstrator for the month. Guests and new members are welcome to attend.For more information, email Lynn Mcdaniel at Lynnfirstname.lastname@example.org. — Taylor Prater SAGINAWLibrary will host workshop about Affordable Care ActThe John Ed Keeter Public Library in Saginaw will host an information workshop about the Affordable Care Act on Oct. 24.The workshop will be from 10 a.m. to noon at the library, 355 W. McLeroy Blvd.A 20-minute PowerPoint presentation will be given about the act, and residents will be able to ask questions.Certified health insurance marketplace assistants will help attendees search the marketplace and complete an online application.The event is free, but RSVPs should be made to 817-230-0300.For more information, visit www.saginawlibrarytexas.org. — Taylor Prater WEATHERFORDState education board recognizes church’s effortsA Weatherford church is among 12 businesses and organizations recognized by the state for community involvement in public schools.The State Board of Education handed out Education Excellence Awards to recognize employers to encourage staffers to volunteer and serve as mentors in local schools, according to a news release from the Texas Education Agency. North Side Baptist Church has worked for five years serving as mentors at Seguin Elementary School in the Weatherford school district. Three years ago, the church launched a Backpacks for Children program, filling bags with food for students to take home over the weekend. The program has grown to serve 100 students a week, up from 15 originally. The church also provides clothes, shoes and supplies for students. — Jessamy Brown
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