Food, fun and information at the Stop Six Family Festival

Join District 5 Councilmember Gyna Bivens for the Stop Six Family Festival at 1 p.m. Sept. 29 at Eastover Park, 4300 Ramey Ave.

Activities will include a Home Depot kids’ workshop; Fort Worth Police helicopter and SWAT unit; Fort Worth Fire Department engine; Waste Management truck; pet adoptions; Tarrant Area Food Bank mobile pantry; First Tee of Fort Worth; free children’s books and drawstring backpacks; bounce houses, face painting and music.

Help keep your children safe with free ID kits, bicycle helmets and baby pack-n-plays.

Enjoy free hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn and water.

City of Fort Worth departments will set up information and resource booths and there will be free health screenings and employment assistance. FedEx will be hiring package handlers onsite (18 years old and up).

To learn more, contact Joanna Hudspeth at 817-392-5958.


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