The kids -- and you -- need a break from their first week at school you. Here are some free activities in DFW.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is bringing together local Space Science advocates and the Fort Worth Astronomical Society to help the public understand more about the moon. Lunar expert Ken Murphy of The Moon Society will be on hand to answer questions about Moon exploration past, present and future. Plus, learn more about the upcoming eclipses in October 2014.
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Celebrate the time off with a weekend of free music each evening at the Levitt Pavilion. Concertgoers can bring children, blankets and lawn chairs, picnics and coolers with drinks that can include beer and wine, so long as there are no glass containers. Mosquito repellent is a good idea.
Make this a Mom's Night Out! Grab your friends and join Megan Klein from Megan Klein Designs as she demonstrates the art of polymer clay bead making. Be inspired while discussing artworks on view in the galleries, enjoy refreshments with fellow crafters, and create your own clay jewelry! To register, call 817-989-5030 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Travel back in time and discover the life, culture and pageantry of the revered and feared Japanese samurai warriors through one of the best and largest collections in the world. It is the first exhibition displayed in the new Piano Pavilion.
Your dinosaur crazy kids will get a kick out the exhibit featuring the super-sized sauropods that thrived on Earth for approximately 140 million years.
Info: 214-428-5555; www.perotmuseum.org