The Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, known commonly as the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is the oldest continuously running livestock show and rodeo. It has been held annually in Fort Worth, Texas since 1896, traditionally in mid-January through early February. A non-profit organization, the Stock Show has provided millions of dollars in grants and scholarships in its
BNSF is a critical link that connects consumers with the global marketplace. For 170 years, BNSF has played a vital role in building and sustaining this nation’s economy. Safety & Security – BNSF is committed to the safe operation of every mile of our 32,500-route-mile network. Environment – BNSF believes
TCU began as a progressive and personal college for men and women with a dream to learn and lead. Nearly 150 years later, we are still that place. Mission & History The world has changed since Fort Worth was home to “Hell’s Half-Acre.” But TCU’s promise has stayed the same.
Fort Worth is the 13th-largest city in the United States, known for Texas hospitality and a dozen remarkable districts full of culture and fun. Highlights The historic western Stockyards featuring the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive A connected downtown with the 35-block Sundance Square district The park-filled Cultural District with the Kimbell Art Museum and four other museums, the Botanic Garden and
Cowboys and Culture isn’t just a tagline, nowhere else can you find the western heritage that is so quintessentially Texas. Today, visitors can experience the Old West beautifully preserved and honored through our Stockyards National Historic District and downtown’s Sundance Square. Also known as the “Cultural Capital of the Southwest,” Fort Worth is
THE PARTY IN FORT WORTH is an annual event benefiting the Fort Worth Promotion & Development Fund. The Fund, which is Chaired by the Mayor and governed by a 13 member Board, invests funds to promote our city before regional, national and international cultural, business, sports and governmental organizations. The Promotion Fund also provides resources
To facilitate the discourse on race and contextualize it in the historical, cultural, and community influences that shape the diverse experiences of Blacks in America. Established August 2012, the only one of its kind in North Texas (and one of three in the state), the Center for African American Studies
Students choose to study History at UTA for many different reasons. Some have a passion for learning and creating. Others enjoy analyzing evidence, forming their own arguments, and engaging in spirited debate. All are curious about the world around them and want to understand how it came to be. The