Here are six things to do in Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth in March. From an adult spelling bee to an underwater egg hunt, and many things in between, this event list has something all ages can enjoy. This list is not comprehensive.

Garden Bros Nuclear Circus

This rain-or-shine event is held in the world’s largest climate-controlled tent. Performances will include the human cannonball, aerial artists, motorcyclists, clowns, jugglers, dogs and more. There will also be a kids fun zone featuring a giant slide, face painting, riding a circus pony and more.Brett Roberts Enchanted Magic Show

Join Webster the Wizard on an unforgettable journey through an enchanted forest to discover a magical world filled with fairies and dragons. There will be plenty of opportunities for children to help during this event.Texas Independence Jam

Billy Bob’s Texas is hosting the third annual Texas Independence Jam featuring Old Dominion, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Lauren Alaina, Nate Smith, Ty Herndon, Corey Kent and Ian Munsick.Electric Egg Hunt

The Keller Pointe is hosting a black-light egg hunt. Participants will have the opportunity to hunt for eggs using provided black-light flashlights. This event is for ages 11-17. Registration is required.Underwater Egg-stravaganza

Participants will have the opportunity to hunt for eggs in the pool at this The Keller Pointe event. This event is for ages 3 and up. Registration is required.Roanoke Spelling Bee for Adults

Gather a group of two to four adults age 18 or older to compete as a team in this local spelling bee. The top two teams will advance to compete in the regional bee against winners from other area libraries. To register, email [email protected] or call the library at 817-491-2691.