See What’s Happening at TCC South’s Family Extravaganza – Sept. 30

 

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Tarrant County College South, which is celebrating 50 years of higher education programs and services, invites people of all ages to come and enjoy Family Extravaganza: Education, Enrichment and Entertainment for All, a family friendly event being hosted Saturday, September 30 on the scenic Fort Worth campus, 5301 Campus Drive.

 
The purpose of the TCC  South’s Family Extravaganza is to connect community members who bring life to the campus. Open to the public, this special event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is free.
 
The event features live entertainment, kid-friendly games and activities, bingo, sports competitions, photo opportunities, vendors, food trucks and other great activities. Guests are encouraged to stop by exhibitor tables to learn more about programs and services offered across Tarrant County College District.

 

View the event guide to learn more about the day’s full schedule.

 

Sixth Annual Intergenerational Community Conversation

Beginning at 8 a.m., TCC South will host the 6th annual Intergenerational Community Conversation as a way of promoting civic responsibility, community engagement, and capacity building along with developing practical solutions for community concerns and knowledge building. Members of the Fort Worth Mayor-appointed Race and Culture Task Force will facilitate the community conversation.

 

To keep up to date on TCC South’s 50th Birthday events, please visit http://calendar.tccd.edu/tcc-south-50th

 

 

FOX 4: Tips for College Freshmen

Dr. Larry Rideaux, vice president of student development services at TCC South, appeared on FOX 4 this morning to share tips for surviving your first year of college and beyond.
 
Hear what Rideaux shared with “Good Day” host Lauren Pryzbyl during today’s live interview.