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Eastern Hills High School Class of 1967's 50th Reunion
Fort Worth, Texas — The Eastern Hills High School Class of 1967 will be celebrating 50 years with a reunion September 29 and 30, 2017. Events include:
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Visit Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ehhs1967/
Check out: http://ehhs1967.blogspot.com/
Or send questions to: EHHS1967@gmail.com
Free Fall Music!
The Levitt Pavilion returns Sept. 1 with 22 FREE concerts and a Benefit Concert that doubles the classic rock!
The Stray Cat Lee Rocker is part of the free music this fall at the Levitt
Labor Day weekend may traditionally signal the end of summer, but it also signals the beginning of eight more weeks of music at Levitt Pavilion Arlington. The outdoor concert venue's Baylor Orthopedic & Spine Hospital 2017 Fall Concert Season runs Sept. 1 through Oct. 22 with concerts at 8 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The season also includes the pavilion's annual fundraising benefit concert that helps pay for the more than 50 free concerts the Levitt provides each year (see more on that below!).
The free concerts kick off with a Levitt tradition that has yet to be broken when Brave Combo brings their Grammy-winning nuclear polka to the pavilion at 8 p.m. Sept. 1. Opening weekend also includes innovative singer/songwriter Bob Schneider on Sept. 2 and The Hillbenders on Sept. 3 with their re-imagined bluegrass version of The Who's Tommy, Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry.
Artists making their Levitt debuts in the fall include lots of harmony with The Roosevelts and Blue Water Highway, contemporary country girl power from The Rankin Twins
and Sunny Sweeney, bluesy rock with Grady Spencer, Rob Baird and Quaker City Night Hawks; Grammy-winning Tejano music pioneer, Little Joe y La Familia; and The Stray Cat Lee Rocker.
The Levitt welcomes back past artists that include area country favorite, Deryl Dodd; Latin artist Alex Cuba, and local Tex-Mex favorites, The Tejas Brothers. Americana artists, Humming House, and the local American Jazz Composers Orchestra performing the music of Stevie Wonder both have concerts in the fall after losing their performances to rain during the summer concert season.
The fall season also features the Sept. 14 Arlington Gives! rally for North Texas Giving Day, the annual "get up and give" fundraising day for North Texas nonprofits and charitable organizations. The Arlington Tomorrow Foundation hosts the event at the Levitt, which includes a showcase of Arlington's charitable organizations, special grant presentations and a free concert at 8 p.m. by Josh Weathers Band.
The Levitt Pavilion's fall concert calendar is available on the website, levittpavilionarlington.org, and on the free mobile app, Levitt Arlington.
MTM Latino screens third film at Rose Marine Theater Sept. 3
Maria in Nobody's Land, 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017
Rose Marine Theater, 1440 North Main Street, 76164
Admission is FREE.
Reservations can be made at www.FortWorthMoviesThatMatterLatino.eventbrite.com
If you have a reservation, please arrive before 4:15 p.m. All seating will become available first come, first served -- regardless of reservation -- at that time.
Maria en Tierra de Nadie/Maria in Nobody's Land (2010, 8669 min., Spanish with English subtitles) An unprecedented and intimate look at the illegal and extremely dangerous journey of three Salvadoran women to the U.S. Doña Inés, a 60-year-old woman, has been looking for her daughter for five years and is following the same route her daughter took. Marta and Sandra, tired of the violence from their husbands and wanting to overcome poverty, decide to leave their families behind to travel to America — with only $30 in their pockets. During their harrowing journey, the three women encounter prostitution, slave trade, rape, kidnapping and even death, in an unwavering quest for a better life.
In making this documentary, a team of six journalists and videographers rode with migrants on the tops of trains and slept in migrant shelters. As the immigration debate continues to be a hot button issue, this film, which helps to bring understanding to these urgent issues, is essential for an understanding of human rights, Latin American Studies, Chicano studies, immigration, labor, international studies and women’s studies.
Outdoor Exercise and Workout Sessions
Eastside Trainers: Beverly Sims & Charla Kelsey
4501 Bridge St.,
Fort Worth, 76104
M, T, TH. 5:30 am
7600 Lowrey Rd.
Fort Worth, Tx 76120
T, TH. 5:00 pm
& 6:15 pm
6801 Meadowbrook Dr.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76112
M, W, F. 5:30 am
Meadowbrook Middle School
2001 Ederville Rd. S.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76103
M,W at 5:00 pm
Primary Trainer - Fort Worth
Partner Trainer - Fort Worth
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