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  • Children’s play areas to be added in redesign of Fort Worth’s Burnett Park

    By Sandra Baker /
    June 27, 2009

    Children’s play areas would be added and water fountains removed to make room for a “great lawn” in a proposed redesign of Burnett Park, the quasi-green space in downtown Fort Worth that for years has served more as the entrance to the Burnett Plaza office tower than a city park.

    Downtown Fort Worth Inc. and the Burnett Foundation are obtaining permits and approvals to renovate the 3.3-acre city park to make it more useable for downtown workers and residents. Changes have been considered for more than two years, and if all goes as planned, the renovations could begin in mid- to late July.

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  • Fort Worth Events Calendar

    TCU Department of Theatre presents “A Chorus Line”
    04/01/2009 thru 04/05/2009
    Scott Theatre Fort Worth Community Arts Center

    Bringing sustainability to 21st century Botanic Garden design
    Fort Worth Botanic Garden Dorothea Leonhardt Lecture Hall 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd Fort Worth, TX 76107
    Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Inc. 817-332-4441
    Sustainable design is a natural expression of the mission of a botanical institution. Beyond conserving energy or using renewable materials, their challenge is to conserve, repair and enrich the fundamental resources of their site —land, water, vegetation, cultural traditions, and human resources. Carol Franklin has worked with both the Dallas Arboretum and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Her lecture will explore how the concepts of sustainability can permeate every facet of a public garden.…

    Four Day Weekend presents “Curtis Needs A Ride” Opening Night
    Four Day Weekend Theater 312 Houston Street
    Steve Rupp 651.747.7128
    Opening Night for Downtown’s Newest Comedy Show

    Four Day Weekend, Fort Worth’s longest running show, presents Curtis Needs a Ride, opening on Thursday, April 2nd, 2009 at 8:00 P.M.

    The show, to be held weekly at the Four Day Weekend Theatre in the heart of Sundance Square, aims to be the first choice of entertainment for residents of the DFW metroplex on Thursday nights.

    A Curtis Needs a Ride (CNAR) performance is highly interactive and based on audience participation. With a mixture of improvised and sketch comedy, the members of CNAR use their years of experience in previous comedy shows, comedy festivals, video races, and commissioned videos to create an energetic and intellectual brand of humor.

    Cost: $10.00

    How: 817-922-9596 or HYPERLINK “”