Whether you’re looking to escape the heat in an air conditioned environment or soak up some Vitamin D at an outside event, this list has something for all ages to enjoy.


Fishing for Fun

Keller parks and recreation department will partner with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to sponsor this fishing event. The pond behind Keller Town Hall will be stocked with freshwater catfish. Children must be accompanied by an adult.NASA Astro Camp

Participants are invited to join the Texas Astronomical Society at NASA's Astro Camp. Attendees can challenge themselves with science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities aimed to motivate them to pursue a career in space exploration. This is a come-and-go event and is for children in first through eighth grade.

Vacation Bible School ‘Scuba VBS’

This four-day long event will have an underwater theme. Activities include Bible stories, games and exploration activities. Children ages 3 through current fifth graders may enroll.Percussion Things

Percussion Things shares stories and music to inspire and delight audiences. Experience theatrically spoken stories enlivened by music and audience participation. This event is for ages 5-12.Champion’s Day Celebration at Hawaiian Falls

Hawaiian Falls is partnering with the Special Olympics to honor Champions with an event designed for families and individuals with special needs. Champions and their families will have exclusive access to the park from 9-10 a.m.
  • June 15, starting at 9 a.m.
  • Free admission for individuals with special needs, $10 (companion tickets), limit four
  • Hawaiian Falls, 290 W. Byron Nelson Blvd., Roanoke
  • https://hfalls.com/roanoke.php
Watercolor Painting Class

Participants will have the opportunity to learn watercolor techniques taught by guest teacher Rich Gaca. Instruction will be aimed at adults. Supplies are limited. Register at https://bit.ly/kplwc0624.Juneteenth Parade

The Neighborhood Parade and Event Committee is hosting a second annual Juneteenth Parade. Included in the parade will be 15 contestants of the Juneteenth pageant. Following the parade, the Soul of Sycamore Music and Arts Festival will be held.
  • June 15, 11 a.m.
  • Free
  • Food Land, 1212 South Ayers Ave., Fort Worth
  • 817-231-2214

Keller Lights

The city of Keller will host an event to celebrate American independence featuring live music, a hotdog eating contest and fireworks show.