Bodybar Studios has opened a new location in Fort Worth’s Museum Place development. The boutique fitness studio offers high-intensity Pilates workouts, healthy fare and fitness apparel. Individual classes are $30 each and membership packages start at $95 per month. 3232 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth, 817-862-9550, www.bodybarstudios.com.
The Star-Telegram Bridal Show, the biggest bridal event in Tarrant County, takes place 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Dozens of vendors, from florists and photographers to caterers and travel agencies, will be on hand to help couples plan all the details of their big day. A runway fashion show of women’s, men’s and children’s wedding attire takes place at 2 p.m. Admission is $10; tickets can be purchased at the door, 3401 W. Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, or online at www.thewedding.com/events. Parking is $10 (pre-pay not available).
Sur la Table is scheduled to open its second Tarrant County store Aug. 10 in the burgeoning Waterside development in southwest Fort Worth. The culinary wonderland will stock more than 12,500 kitchen essentials and hard-to-find cooking tools, from KitchenAid mixers and Le Creuset cookware to zesters, mashers and graters. 3700 Vision Drive, Suite 120, Fort Worth; www.surlatable.com.
West 7th Wool is now open in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, and it’s become a new destination for knitters, crocheters, crafters, spinners and others interested in fiber arts. The inviting, no-nonsense 1,500-square-foot space is filled with colorful yarns of every color and style, plus essential tools and materials. There’s also expert assistance, classes for both kids and adults, and open knitting nights on Thursday evenings. 3612 W. Seventh St., Suite D, Fort Worth, 817-731-5044. www.west7thwool.com.