March 13, 2017

Oakhurst: A Hidden Gem!

In its recently-published neighborhood guideFort Worth Magazine profiled twenty-five area neighborhoods, interviewing our very own Kathryn Omarkhail.

Image courtesy Fort Worth Magazine
The magazine called Oakhurst a "sure up-and-comer", categorizing it as a "hidden gem" most known for its "picturesque and leafy landscape".  The article also made mention of the neighborhood's community involvement and activities and quoted Kathryn, "It’s a tight-knit neighborhood.  We know our neighbors here."

Click here to read more!

March 7, 2017

3/11: "Good Bones"

From our neighbor Glenda:

Neighbors, make plans to attend Good Bones Art Show on Race Street inside The Post at River East. This is the old Riverside Post Office, now renovated into a great new event venue.

The evening's highlights will include:

  • Artluck members and friends with some of their latest work on display;
  • Ronnie Heart will make sure you cut that rug;
  • Good Food Co. and Gypsy Scoops will be staying open late just for us, while Funky Town Food Truck Texas will be onsite with tasty dishes for the vegan crowd;
  • Don't forget to swing by Born Late Records & Tattoos and The Soulful Gypsy Boutique.
$5 cover charge; no dress code.

Saturday, March 11, 7-11 pm
The Post at River East
2925 Race Street

March 6, 2017

Mark Your Calendar: Oakhurst "Shamrock" Porch Crawl!

Join us for a celebration welcoming Spring with an Irish flair, Saturday, March 25 at 6:00 pm, starting at the west end of Daisy Lane!

Come for a wee gander at the fun; we're sure you'll leave having a grand time.  Enjoy socializing, sipping and supping, as well as meeting your neighbors.  Stroll Daisy Lane, visiting three designated porches.  Each porch will have different drinks and tasty treats.

Don't miss out on the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone for luck, score a pot of Gold and (of course) have your picture made with a leprechaun.  There will be face painting and crafts for kids.

The crawl is being hosted by Oakhurst Neighborhood Association (ONA) and will be open to all neighbors!  Admission is a donation of $5 for ONA members and $7.50 for nonmembers; donations will help offset the cost of the event.  We ask that you RSVP to this event in advance on Nextdoor.  For more information or volunteering, contact Kathryn Omarkhail or Glenda (

Saturday, March 25, 6:00 pm
Starting at 2021 Daisy Lane