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July Kid Friendly Event Calendar


Always Happening:

Keller Public Library-

Babies & Books (0-18 months) Tuesdays @ 10:30 am

Storytime (2-5 years) Wednesdays @ 10:30 & 11 am

Art with Ann (2+) Thursdays @ 10:30 am

Homework Lab (Kinder-12th Grade) Thursdays 4-6 pm

Tabletop Gaming Club (11-17) Thursdays 4:30-6 pm


Golden Triangle Library-

Baby Storytime (0-18 months) Tuesdays @ 10:30 am

Toddler Storytime Wednesdays @ 10:30 am

Preschool Storytime (3-5 years) Thursdays @ 10:30 am

Music & Movement (3-5years) Fridays @ 10:30 am


Justin Library-

Storytime (all ages) Wednesdays @ 10 am


 

Tues. 7/2 - All About Animals. 4-5pm. Learn more about different creatures—with a chance to see some up close! This event is open to all ages. @Watauga Library


Wed. 7/3 - Small Scientists- Know a Small Scientist in need of a laboratory?  Join us each month at the library for STEM stories and sensory explorations. Sometimes messy but always fun! As a destination for discovery, your Fort Worth Public Library is a location for learners of any age. We designed this program for 18-36-month-olds and their grown ups. 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM @ Golden Triangle Library


Wed. 7/3 - Art with Mr. Novy. Make some art with retired art teacher, Mr. Novy!

Each date has a specific project assigned and a specific age range.

July 3: Neon Painting [5-7 y.o.]

Please RSVP in-person at the Youth Services Desk, via FB Messenger, or by phone @ 817-514-5866. @Watauga Library


Thurs. 7/4 - Sensory Sensitive Independence Day Celebration. 6-10pm. At The Sound at Cypress Waters. Join The Sound for the third annual Sensory Sensitive Fourth of July Celebration at The Sound at Cypress Waters on July 3, starting at 6pm. This special Independence Day event offers a fun and safe alternative for individuals and pets with noise sensitivity.

After two years of laser light shows, the Sound has transitioned to an exciting new feature: the Star Spangle Glow, an LED Bracelet Experience. These bracelets synchronize to create a dynamic light display, ensuring a unique and engaging celebration. Schedule:6–8pm: Creature Teacher, DFW Disc Dog Demonstrations (event lawn), Dallas Symphony Orchestra petting zoo, Spin the Spectrum, Face painting-Balloon artist, and Arts and crafts area

7:30–9:30pm:-Reputation, A Taylor Swift Tribute

9:40–10pm:-Star Spangle Glow: An LED Bracelet Experience

@The Sound at Cypress Waters


Fri. 7/5 - Lake Worth Texas Movie Bistro $2 family movies (Every Friday in July) @ 10:30 am. 

  • July 5 - July 11: The Little Rascals

  • July 12 - July 18: Migration

  • July 19 - July 25: Puss in Boots The Last Wish

  • July 26 - August 1: The Land Before Time

@ Lake Worth Texas Movie Bistro


Sat. 7/6 - Dallas Zoo Presents: Animal Adventures. 1-1:45pm. Join WPL in learning about animals from the experts! This event is for all ages. @Watauga Library


Sat. 7/6 - Kimbell Kids Drop-in Studio. 1-1:45pm. This free program introduces children (ages 12 and younger) and their adult companions to the world of art through fun gallery explorations and related studio-art projects. To request an accessibility accommodation for a Kimbell program, please email Kimbell as far in advance as possible. @Kimbell Art Museum


Sun. 7/7 - Drawing from the Collection for Children. 2pm. Each Drawing from the Collection for Children session is led by an artist who takes participants through informal drawing exercises in relation to works in the Modern’s galleries. For ages 5-12. Artist Instructor: July - Christopher Najera. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult during the program. Bring a sketchbook and pencils. Attendance is limited, so early arrival is encouraged. A sign-up sheet is located at the information desk. @Modern Art Museum


Mon. 7/8- 7/11 - Kids Clay+Sculpture Camp Pottery and clay sculptures $250 per camper, 10% off siblings. (ages 8-11, 9 am - 12 pm) (ages 12 and up, 1 pm - 4 pm) @ Viva Pottery


Mon. 7/8 - Family Movie Nights, 5-6:30pm. Movie: Race to Witch Mountain (2009) @Watauga Library


Mon. 7/8-7/12 - Snapology Jr Scientists: All About Animals (4-6 yrs) TKP Half-Day Summer Camps. 1-3:30pm. Everyday between 7/8-7/12 at TKP The Keller Pointe Stay N' Play. Fee: $217. In Snapology's Junior Scientists: All About Animals class, your little zoologists will learn all about the differences between vertebrates and invertebrates, warm blooded and cold-blooded creates, reptiles and mammals, and so much more while playing creatively with LEGO DUPLO bricks and K'Nex building materials. Children will be too busy exploring the animal world to realize that they are gaining critical social, motor, and developmental skills. Register online. @Keller Pointe


Mon. 7-8-7-12 - Art Camp (ages 11-13). 10 am – 2 pm. Member $275, Nonmember $330. Two artists lead this group through gallery activities and studio instruction, rotating between two classrooms during the day. Lunch is provided each day. Art Camp emphasizes learning through direct observation of art and thoughtful activities. We are especially excited to focus on the exhibition Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940 for the 2024 summer season. Distinguished area artists design and lead art activities that encompass everything from artmaking in the traditional sense to interdisciplinary exploration. Art campers spend time in the galleries and on the grounds exploring the art and architecture, followed by time in the museum studio where they work with two artists each session. The last day of camp ends with a reception and exhibition of the campers’ artwork to celebrate their creative accomplishments with family and friends. Campers make exciting discoveries concerning art, the world, and themselves through Art Camp at the Modern. @Modern Art Museum


7/8-7/11 - Museum School Summer Programs. Museum School prides itself on its developmentally-appropriate, experiential, engaging learning environments. Young children (ages 4 or 5 years old by September 1, 2024) are encouraged to discover and dream of one day becoming astronauts, engineers, historians, paleontologists and so much more through their encounters with real objects and real stories. @Fort Worth Science Museum


7/8-7/11 - Summer STEM Squad. STEM Squad summer classes are for rising 1st – 4th graders. Class topics vary each session, always keeping an engineering focus with a creative slant. Activities are designed so that students are able to construct their own knowledge of the world through hands-on experiences. @Fort Worth Science Museum


Tues. 7/9 - The Singing Zoologist, 2pm, all ages, meeting room. Lucas Miller blends music and humor to teach children about science. Get ready, get set, GO! @Keller Public Library


Tues. 7/9 - Pictures an d Pages / Fotos y Libros. 10:30-11:30am. Join us for stories and creative play—with flexible options for learning in English, Spanish, or both!  This free program is designed for children (ages 4–6) and their adult partners. Space is limited; maximum two children per adult. Please register on website. To request an accessibility accommodation for a Kimbell program, please email Kimbell as far in advance as possible. @Kimbell Art Museum


Tues. 7/9 - Teen Friendship Bracelets, 4pm, ages 11-17, meeting room. Make friendship keepsakes and trade them with friends in this friendship bracelet program! Materials provided. @Keller Public Library


Tues. 7/9 - Magic & Juggling with David Slick. 4-5pm. Join the Library for an exciting, family-friendly juggling and magic performance! This event is open to all ages. (Content is aimed towards elementary and middle school ages.) @Watauga Library

 

Thurs. 7/11 - Bubble Show! 4pm, all ages, meeting room. Join Brett Roberts on an exciting safari-themed adventure! This show is packed with thrilling magic, puppets, and bubbly surprises that will leave kids laughing and learning. @Keller Public Library


Fri. 7/12 - Readin' With Tegan. Come read and hang out with certified therapy dog, Tegan! Bring a book or grab one to read once you’re here.

Fridays @ 3:30-5:30 PM in July. Excludes: July 5th. This event is intended for people 5-12. @Watauga Library


Sat. 7/13 - Crafternoon! 2pm, all ages, meeting room. Crafts! Crafts! Crafts! Join us for a smorgasbord of different crafts! Come use your creativity! @Keller Public Library


Sat. 7/13 - Kids Club: Craft Stick Airplanes, 10am-12pm, Keller, Southlake, Hurst, Euless, Lake Worth, Fort Worth, Flower Mound, Arlington, Irving, and Lewisville locations. Join us for the free kids club this week as we make Airplanes out of craft sticks. @Michaels


Sun. 7/14 - Family Festival: Ice Cream Sunday. 12-5pm. Celebrate art and community during a free event featuring live performances, art making, gallery explorations, and more! In addition to enjoying family activities, you can beat the summer heat with complimentary Melt ice cream, (while supplies last)! No reservations necessary. Admission to Art and War in the Renaissance: The Battle of Pavia Tapestries will be waived during the event. Special thanks to Nuestro Kimbell committee for their support of our community programs. To request an accessibility accommodation for a Kimbell program, please email Kimbell as far in advance as possible. @Kimbell Art Museum


Mon, 7/15 - Superheroes vs. Villains. 1-2:30pm. Enjoy hero and villain-themed activities! For tweens and teens (ages 9-17), we'll have an Injustice Tournament available to participate in. This tournament does not require an RSVP. (Please note: length of tournament is determined by the amount of participants.) This is an all ages event. @Watauga Library


Mon. 7/15- 7/18 - Kids Clay+Sculpture Camp Pottery and clay sculptures $250 per camper, 10% off siblings. (ages 8-11, 9 am - 12 pm) (ages 12 and up, 1 pm - 4 pm) @ Viva Pottery


Tues. 7/16 - Teen Movie: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, 2:30pm, ages 11-17, meeting room. Join us for a screening of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse! Popcorn will be served. @Keller Public Library


Tues. 7/16 - Camp Half-Blood. 3-5pm. Do you enjoy Greek mythology? Are you a fan of Percy Jackson and the Olympians? Join WPL for themed activities and crafts, a movie screening, and a PJO-themed escape room. Escape room is first come, first served. (Escape room sign up will begin at the start of the event.) Crafts while supplies last. Event open to all ages. (Content aimed towards elementary and middle school kids.) @Watauga Library


Wed. 7/17 - Art with Mr. Novy. Make some art with retired art teacher, Mr. Novy!

July 17: Cityscape Painting [8-10 y.o.]

Please RSVP in-person at the Youth Services Desk, via FB Messenger, or by phone @ 817-514-5866. @Watauga Library


Thurs. 7/18 - James Wand, 2pm, all ages, meeting room. Super spy James Wand's magical top secret mission includes clues, secret codes, and lots of magic! @Keller Public Library


Fri. 7/19 - Teen After Hours: Halloween in July. 6:30-8:30pm. Hang out in the library after closing for horror-themed fun and refreshments. This event will feature our Haunted Stacks! This event is for ages 13-17. While supplies last. @Watauga Library

 

Sat. 7/20 - Special Needs Screening at Studio Movie Grill- 11 am Our sensory-friendly Special Needs Screenings present movies with the lights up, the volume low, and moving around, talking, and even dancing in the aisles are welcome. Special Needs Screenings are shown on select Saturdays at all SMG locations unless noted otherwise. Tickets are available at the Box Office only as early as the Wednesday prior to these screenings. Tickets are free for all attendees and seating is first come, first served. Movie: Despicable Me 4 @ Studio Movie Grill


Sat. 7/20 - Kimbell Kids Drop-in Studio. 1-1:45pm. This free program introduces children (ages 12 and younger) and their adult companions to the world of art through fun gallery explorations and related studio-art projects. To request an accessibility accommodation for a Kimbell program, please email Kimbell as far in advance as possible. @Kimbell Art Museum


Mon. 7/22 - Family Trivia Night: Demon Slayer. 5-7pm. Test you and your family’s knowledge on the franchise! @Watauga Library


Tues. 7/23 - Teen Chinese Yo-Yo Workshop, 2:30pm, ages 11-17, meeting room. Join Mystic Kathyrn in this hands-on Chinese yo-yo workshop! Register: bit.ly/KPLTeenYoYo @Keller Public Library


Mon. 7/22-7/26 - Junior Curators Summer. Are you interested in biology, history, and conservation? Then this is for you! Work closely with our collections team as you learn about the care of the Museum’s collection. Students will learn how our team preserves the Museum’s vast collection of specimens and artifacts, research topics of choice, plan, build, and work with other like-minded peers to create an exhibit to be displayed in the Museum School’s entrance niches! Junior Curators program is for rising 5th – 8th graders. This weeklong summer class runs Monday – Friday, 9 AM-3 PM. @Fort Worth Science Museum


Thurs. 7/25 - Professor Brainius, 2pm, all ages, meeting room. Step into the lab for some mad science experiments guaranteed to blow your mind! @Keller Public Library


Thurs. 7/25 - Story Time at the Sid. 10:30am. You’ll enjoy black-and-white picture book favorites and free activities in the galleries inspired by the new special exhibition at the Sid Richardson Museum: Remington and Russell in Black and White. The Fort Worth Public Library will be on site to provide information on summer programs, reading lists, and on-the-spot Library Card sign-ups. Books and activities will be geared for ages 4-8, but the whole family is welcome. @Sid Richardson Museum


Fri. 7/26 - Anime Club, 2:30pm, ages 11-17, meeting room. Meet other anime fans on the 4th Friday of the month. We'll watch two anime episodes and complete an anime-themed craft. This month we're watching Howl's Moving Castle! @Keller Public Library


Sat. 7/27 - Kids Club: Air-Dry Clay Rings, 10am-12pm. Keller, Southlake, Hurst, Euless, Lake Worth, Fort Worth, Flower Mound, Arlington, Irving, and Lewisville locations. Create your own Air-Dry Clay Rings at this week's free Kids Club! @Michaels


Mon. 7/29 - Superhero Day. 5:30-7:30pm. Do you enjoy superheroes? We have the event for you! Enjoy themed crafts, activities, & photo ops with special guests. This event is for all ages. (Content is aimed primarily towards elementary kids.) @Watauga Library


Tues. 7/30 - Nailed It! 2:30pm, ages 11-17, meeting room. Recreate baked masterpieces with limited supplies and little time in this culinary game based on the popular reality TV show! Register: bit.ly/KPLNailedIt24 @Keller Public Library


Wed. 7/31 - End of Summer Reading Celebration. 3-5:30pm. Celebrate your reading success! Join WPL for cake, canvas bag decoration for our SRC 2024 winners, & a showing of “Spider-Man: Across the Spider Verse” (2023). Cake and supplies while they last. Bags and decorating supplies are for our SRC 2024 winners who are 17 and younger. @Watauga Library

 

If you and your family attend any of these events, please tag us in a photo to let us know!

HAPPY SUMMER!!! ☀️😎


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