Things may be slowing down but life still goes on! There are still plenty of ways to have fun and experience the best DFW has to offer when you check with us each week. We stay up to date with local businesses and organizations so you can always attend events- virtually, or in person!

Free and cheap activities in Dallas-Fort Worth this week include Chill Out for Summer with Besa mi vino Organic, Canned Wine, Pamper Your Furry Friend with Honest Paws, Win a $200 Energy Bill Credit with Real Simple Energy, free online classes, virtual workouts, storytime events for kids, live music, and much more.

Read on below for your weekly guide to Free and Cheap Events in DFW:



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Here are a few ways you can have fun on the cheap every day!

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Chill Out for Summer with Besa mi vino Organic, Canned Wine

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Make Learning Fun This Summer with ABCMouse

School is out for the summer, but it’s important to keep your kids engaged and learning so they’re ready for the new school year. ABCMouse makes learning fun and exciting for children. Their app-based learning program uses games, interactive lessons, videos, and more to teach kids a variety of subjects from math to reading and more. You can use ABCMouse on the computer, tablet, or smart phone. Right now, you can try ABCMouse free for 30 days.



Online Gardening Class
What: Don’t miss the second class in this two-part series, Gardening 101! Wendy Leanse, Deidra Cizon and Gail Lawrence will be explaining how to create and prepare raised beds for gardening. The class is free via Zoom, just find the Temple Emanu-El Dallas on Facebook for more information.
When: Monday, June 29, 9:30 am
Where: Zoom
How Much: Free

BAD Hip Hop
What: Arts Mission Oak Cliff is hosting live, virtual dance classes in ballet and hip hop! Mondays are for BAD Hip Hop, all levels, beginner-friendly, and full permission to be terrible. The event is hosted via Instagram Live and donations are much needed and appreciated. Find the AMOC online at
When: Monday, June 29, 5 pm
Where: Instagram Live
How Much: Free

Dillon Faith Yoga 
What: Meet at Willow Creek Park for an affordable, sunset yoga class. Admission to the park is free, the class is just $5. Bring cash, wear a mask, and bring your own matt.
When: Monday, June 29, 7 pm
Where: 810 Longhorn Rd, Saginaw TX 76179
How Much: $5


Kimbell From Home: Story Time
What: The Kimbell Museum is continuing virtual check-ins, with storytime on Tuesday mornings! Enjoy a different novel each week, Ms. Alli Rogers Andreen giving a theatrical reading for the audience. The event happens weekly on Facebook Live, just follow Kimbell Art Museum on Facebook.
When: Tuesday, June 30, 11 am
Where: Facebook Live
How Much: Free

Outdoor Yoga at The Sound
What: The Sound at Cypress Waters is a free, outdoor venue with restaurants and shopping, right on the water! Bring your own mat and meet on the amphitheater lawn. Be sure to stay at least 6 feet away from others.
When: Tuesday, June 30, 6:30 pm
Where: 3111 Olympus Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75019
How Much: Free

Open Mic with TRND Music 
What: Hosted by Ampersand Bar, this weekly karaoke night is free to perform and free to attend! There will be drink specials, local artists, and plenty of songs to choose from.
When: Tuesday, June 30, 8 pm
Where: 3009 Bledsoe St., Fort Worth, TX 76107
How Much: Free Admission


Fort Worth Opera Facebook Watch Party 
What: Bestie Buddies and the Fort Worth Opera are hosting a free, live Facebook watch party so you can enjoy a family-friendly opera! Frida Khalo and the Bravest Girl in the World will have a pre-recorded intro and a live talkback afterward.
When: Wednesday, July 1, 1:30 pm
Where: Facebook Live
How Much: Free

Virtual Paint Nites
What: Yaymaker Dallas is having these virtual Zoom parties for just $15 per person! Learn to paint your own version of a beautiful tree in the forest. RSVP online to receive the Zoom link and password.
When: Wednesday, July 1, 5 pm
Where: Zoom
How Much: $15

Wednesday Social Run 
What: Meet at Westlake Brewing Company for an evening run. You’ll run down and back on Swiss Avenue, as far as you’d like. If the taproom is open, you can stop by afterward for a drink!
When: Wednesday, July 1, 6:30 pm
Where:2816 Commerce Street, Dallas, TX 75226
How Much: Free


Children’s Storytime with DPL
What: The Dallas Public Library is hosting this free, virtual storytime event for kids and their caregivers. Admission to the online event is free, just sign up with the library.
When: Thursday, July 2, 10:30 am
Where: Online
How Much: Free

Beginner Guitar Class
What: The Dallas Public Library is hosting a free, virtual guitar class for beginners! You must RSVP in advance. Students will learn the fundamentals of music theory, strumming patterns, and basic chords.
When: Thursday, July 2, 4 pm
Where: Zoom
How Much: Free

Ladies Night: Music Made Famous
What: Grab your girls and have everyone tune in for free on live stream! This live, requests-encouraged concert features songs made famous by female musicians. Joseph Patrick Neville will be serenading you and taking requests! A song request is just $5, or you can become a patron on Patreon and pay just $2.50 per request. Otherwise, you will still enjoy the lineup for free!
When: Thursday, July 2, 7 pm
Where: Facebook Live
How Much: Free


Thunder over Cedar Creek Lake 
What: Enjoy this first-ever live, virtual air show! Tune in to see Thunder Over Cedar Creek on LiveAirShowTV! The annual event is now online, from the comfort of your own home. The show is free but donations are much needed and appreciated.
When: Friday, July 3, 6 pm
Where: LiveAirShowTV
How Much: Donation-Based

4th of July Fireworks at Coyote
What: The Coyote Drive-In is hosting their very own fireworks celebrations for the 4th. On Friday evening, enjoy fireworks from Coyote, in a socially-distanced drive-in sort of way! On Saturday, get awesome seats to the city’s show! You’ll need to buy tickets early for either night. There are certain vehicles not allowed to enter the facility; check their website for details.
When: Friday, July 3, 7 pm
Where: 223 NE 4th St, Fort Worth, TX 76164
How Much: $35

Pre-Fourth of July Karaoke Bash 
What: Let DJ B-LUV and Sly Fox serenade you with karaoke and scratched jams, live via Zoom. Admission to the party is free, follow Bombay’s Karaoke Vlounge on Facebook for more info.
When: Friday, July 3, 8:30 pm
Where: Zoom
How Much: Free


Happy Birthday America Yoga
What: From just Be Well Yoga, Amanda will be bringing you a donation-based, all-levels yoga class. You can tune in from most devices, just have a quiet place to sit and bend. The class will be held via Moxie. Find more info on Social Media.
When: Saturday, July 4, 10 am
Where: Moxie
How Much: Donation-Based

Gelato Fest at the DFM
What: The Dallas Farmers Market is still open and you’re invited to try over 35 flavors of gelato at this traveling festival! Admission to the market is always free, just wear your mask, socially distance yourself from others, and bring your shopping bags. All you can eat tickets are $25.
When: Saturday, July 4, 11 am – 7 pm
Where: 920 S Harwood St Unit 150, Dallas, TX 75201
How Much: $25

Virtual Patriotic Concert 
What: The First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth is hosting this free, virtual concert paying tribute to our nation. Admission to the online event is free and anyone can tune in, just find their website at
When: Saturday, July 4, 12 noon
Where: Online
How Much: Free


Lakewood Village Farmers Market
What: Admission to this outdoor farmers market is always free. Bring your reusable shopping bags, wear a mask, and bring cash! You can shop from an array of local artists, artisans, farmers, and makers!
When: Sunday, July 5, 9 am – 12 noon
Where: 6464 E Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75214
How Much: Free

Artist Book Club: Walking in This World
What: Arts Mission Oak Cliff is hosting this free, virtual book club for artists. They meet via Google Hang Outs and will discuss the second novel by Julia Cameron. Tickets are free but you must RVSP. Donations are much needed and appreciated.
When: Sunday, July 5, 10:30 am
Where: Google Hangouts
How Much: Free

ChulaHoop Play 
What:  ChulaHoops USA hosts this weekly class for fun and fitness! Learn how to hoola-hoop with the very best type on the market. Your first class is $25 with a loaner ChulaHoop and you’ll need to RSVP for location details.
When: Sunday, July 5, 4 pm
Where: Dallas, Texas
How Much: $25

How are you faring this week? If these events are helping you get through these challenging times, leave us a shout out! You can also give us more ideas, requests, and other info by leaving a comment below: