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Fort Worth Date Night: Halloweenie

by Michael Bloomberg
October 27, 2010


This weekend could already be spoken for. It’s the weekend where we throw together a costume at the last minute, try to remember what we wore last year so we don’t repeat the same faux pas or try to squeeze into that superhero outfit (thank goodness for lycra). Whichever you can relate, there is no mistaking that Halloween falls on a weekend this year.
As it turns out, so does some great sporting events in the DFW area. TCU is just climbing up the polls and remains undefeated, the Texas Rangers are hosting their first-ever World Series appearance and the Dallas Cowboys are….have I mentioned that the Baylor Bears, just down the road in Waco, have cracked the Top 25 in the college football polls?
The Halloween options are endless this weekend. You may want to take in any of the many great haunted houses in the Metroplex. Or, maybe a scary movie is more your style. For those who have been keeping score, the 7th movie in the Saw series is opening this weekend. What makes this one different? It’s in 3D. I may or may not have seen them all and may or may not see it on its opening weekend.
Perhaps, you have little ones or just the two of you want to get out for a bit on Sunday night. From 6-8pm, a great option is “Treat Street” hosted by the Fort Worth Stockyards. Stockyards Station has teamed up with Radio Disney to bring Fort Worth a safe, family-friendly Halloween celebration in the Historic Stockyards. Highlights of this event are trick or treating the Stockyards Station shops and free hayrides.
But, is there really anything bigger than the Texas Rangers representing the DFW area in its first World Series appearance? And, it just so happens that the 3rd, 4th and 5th home games begin on Saturday and run consecutive days through Monday. I’m excited to see what our creative home team’s fans come up with for costumes on Halloween night.
No matter what you end up choosing, there is not a wrong answer. Just remember that if you do celebrate on Sunday night and do have a “real” job, Monday morning will arrive very quickly. So, if you choose to get completely spooked and take in a scary flick or haunted house or if you’re a sports nut and passing up baseball and a hot dog is not an option, either way, you are sure to be called a “Halloweenie.” *cue the crickets* Is thing on? I’ll be here all week.
Happy Halloween! Go Frogs! Go Rangers!

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