UNTHSC sponsors Day in the District Sept. 26

The UNT Health Science Center is proud to sponsor our fellow world-class neighbors in this year’s Day in the District. Join us Saturday, Sept. 26 from 10 am to 5 pm for free admission to seven cultural destinations and free performances in and around each. Free transportation within the Cultural District will be provided by The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T). Visit www.fwdayinthedistrict.org for more details. Parking will be available on campus in the East Garage.

This sponsorship is part of a new advertising relationship among Marketing & Communications, WFAA Channel 8 and the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau (FWCVB). As part of the partnership, UNTHSC ads will appear on the Web sites of both WFAA and the FWCVB; e-mails will be distributed; and TV ads and features on "Good Morning Texas" will broadcast on WFAA.

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