School is almost out and it’s time for some fun!
Come out to Father Fest 2022 this Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Field at Workman Junior High School. (See map of the site.)
The free outdoor event is a fun celebration of fatherhood and families! All are invited to enjoy live music, food, prizes, giveaways, vendors, fun interactive family activities and game trucks with Just Dance, Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite and Mario Kart. Families will have a great time together and leave empowered and equipped with resources for this summer and everyday life.
“While families enjoy the fun, they also strengthen bonds as they create memories,” said Johnathane Gaffney of Arlington ISD’s parent and community engagement department.
This event is for everyone. You don’t have to go to Arlington ISD or even live in Arlington. Everyone is welcome!
Register here for Father Fest today!
“This festival allows community partners to share resources to equip and support families, particularly for the summer months,” Gaffney said.
Some of the community partners who will be at Father Fest include:
- Arlington Elite Training
- Arlington-Mansfield Area YMCA
- Arlington Public Library
- Brighter Futures Educational Therapy
- Drug Free World North Texas
- Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
- Fun Factory Inc
- Girls Inc of Tarrant County
- Help Me Grow North Texas
- I9 Sports
- Janes Academy of Dance Excellence
- Mahon Leadership Group
- MHMR of Tarrant County
Father FEST is an initiative of Arlington ISD Dads Engaged for Excellence, a program designed to encourage dads, uncles, brothers and all adult males to serve as positive role models and become more active in their students’ education.