Events

Aug
23
Fri
2019
White Settlement Senior Center Expo & Craft Fair @ White Settlement Senior Center
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

WHITE SETTLEMENT SENIOR CENTER
CELEBRATING 42 YEARS


 42nd Anniversary
Friday, August 23, 2019

Senior Center Expo and Craft Fair
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Aug 23 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.

Aug
24
Sat
2019
Celtic Music at the Museum @ White Settlement Historical Museum
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Rampant Porch Lizards will play a two hour set of Celtic music from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the White Settlement Historical Museum.

There is no admission charge and all are welcome to attend.

The Rampant Porch Lizards on January 13, 2018.

Gary Augustine
Barbara Arabian
Rafael Cordova
Ray Terrill
Mike Sonntag

Ribbon Cutting @ Belzoni's Catfish Cafe
Aug 24 @ 11:00 am

Belzoni’s Catfish Cafe – Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

WSACC Chamber Ambassadors will conduct a Ribbon Cutting with Belzoni’s Catfish Cafe at 11:10 a.m. on Saturday, August 24.

Belzoni’s Catfish Cafe will be be open from Noon – 4:-00 p.m. following their ribbon cutting.

Belzoni’s Catfish Cafe
110 N Jim Wright Freeway, Suite C
White Settlement, TX 76108
Phone: 817-386-0714
Cafe Hours:
Monday-Friday: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Saturday: Noon – 4 p.m.

“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Aug 24 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.

Aug
25
Sun
2019
“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Aug 25 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.

Aug
29
Thu
2019
Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth West Side – Meeting @ Golden Corral
Aug 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

We, the members of West Side Kiwanis Club, invite you to to be our guest, any Thursday, to Look us Over.
We have lots of fun, fellowship, laughs and interesting speakers.
If you like what you see and hear, then we invite you to join us as a member.

The Kiwanis Club of West Side Fort Worth exists to serve the community. Youth, the community of tomorrow, hold a particular interest for us.

 

“We Build”
Sponsored Youth Organizations:
• Western Hills High School Key Club
• Monnig Middle School Builder’s Club
• Brewer High School Key Club
• Arlington Heights High School Key Club
• Brewer Middle School Builder’s Club
• Stripling Middle School Builder’s Club

Scholarship Grants
Up to six (6) annual grants on a continuing basis

… and many other services by our committees including WestAid, Children’s Miracle Network, Willoughby House, Salvation Army, Women’s Haven, Edna Gladney Home, Little League Baseball, Benbrook Park.

Aug
30
Fri
2019
“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Aug 30 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.

Aug
31
Sat
2019
“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Aug 31 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.

Sep
1
Sun
2019
“Baby Snooks and Daddy” @ Hip Pocket Theatre
Sep 1 @ 9:00 pm

“Baby Snooks and Daddy”  (World Premiere)

Adapted and Directed by JoAnn Gracey

Shelby Griffin and Paul Logsdon as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Photo by JoAnn Gracey

Hip Pocket Theatre is proud to present the World Premiere of Baby Snooks and Daddy – an adaptation of scripts from the classic 1940’s radio show of the same name. Originally appearing 75 years ago on CBS, the show starred comedian Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl who was 40 years younger than the actress who played her when she first went on the air.

The radio program pulls the cast in one-by-one to join in the action. Adapter and Director, JoAnn Gracey, says, “I wanted to explore the idea of imagination; what we visualize while we listen to radio shows. But mostly it was a chance to go back and play around with this very funny material from the past. The Baby Snooks Show was around in a very stressful time. It was a chance to turn on the radio and forget – for a moment – all the terrible news in the world. I hope that this show is the same: a moment we can spend together, enjoying a little silliness. No agenda. No life lessons. Just a little fun.”

The Hip Pocket show stars Shelby Griffin and Lauren Moreau as Baby Snooks, with Paul Logsdon and Allen Dean playing Daddy. The always calm and in charge Master of Ceremonies, John Conte, is played by Jeff Stanfield, with Paul Heyduck performing as several roles, including Bing Crosby and Meredith Willson. Peggy Bott Kirby and Debbie Dacus join in the fun as the Andrews Sisters and Maxwell House Coffee aficionados. Lighting Design by Nikki DeShea Smith. Costumes by Kristen Monroe.

August 23- September 15, 2019
Friday – Sunday @ 9 PM (12 performances)
Gates Open @ 7 PM

For reservations, contact the box office at 817-246-9775 or hpt@hippocket.org.

The Backyard concessions area will feature local musicians before and after each performance and food is also available before and after the show.

The play begins promptly at 9 PM with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7 PM, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

Ticket Prices:
$20 Adults
$15 Seniors (55+)
$15 Teachers
$15 Military
$5 Students/Children

Hip Pass
$100  Adult
$75   Senior/Teacher/Military
The Hip Pass gives you 10 admissions for half the box office price.