Reliant Trinity River Wind Festival

trinity river wind festival

Rain, rain, go away.

Come again another day…just please don’t interfere with the free family fun at the Reliant Trinity River Wind Festival today!

Oh, the Trinity River Wind Festival is a great event for all ages with lots of fun outdoor activities and exhibitions.   There will be show kite teams from the Southwest, hot air balloons, Blackland Prairie Raptor Center birds, hang gliders, paper airplane making, wildflower planting, Dallas Zoo animals, and the Kroger Kids Fun Zone with bounce houses, clowns and face painting.

What fun!

She Is Dallas info:   The Reliant Trinity River Wind Festival is today, Saturday May 12, 2012.   It is a FREE family event and will take place from noon to 6:00 pm at 146 W Commerce Street Viaduct in Dallas.   Parking is available at Riverfront Blvd. and Commerce St. for a fee.   For more information, please call 214-671-9500 or visit the Trinity River Wind Festival webpage.

If you are coming out to the festival feel free to bring their your kite, pinwheel, whistle, hand thrown glider plane, scarves or any other wind-powered items!

We can’t wait to see the show kites fill the sky with spectacular colors and shapes.   Some of the show kite teams include WhatAKite, Troy Gunn and Team TKO, as well as the Dallas Area Kitefliers Organization (DAKO).   And weather permitting, hang gliders will take to the sky and hot air balloons will be inflated.

On the Performance Stage, take a lesson from Storm School: CBS 11 Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry from 1:00 – 1:30, attend the Dallas Zoo Animal Outreach from 4:00 – 4:45, and wrap up the day at 5:00 with a special performance by the Dallas Wind Symphony!

Reliant will bring its Smarter Home on Wheels to the festival, providing a hands-on opportunity for Dallas residents to experience the tools and technology now available to consumers with smart meters through Reliant's e-Sense ® products and services. These innovative tools provide consumers greater insight and control over their electricity use, giving them the ability to use less and reduce their impact on the environment.

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