Saturday, March 1. Outdoors and fitness activities on, below and near Dallas' Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
All Out Trinity   All Out Trinity is presented by the Trinity Commons Foundation and City of Dallas Trinity River Corridor Project
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Yoga on the Bridge
Participate in a Texas-sized yoga class with a spectacular view
Experienced, first-timers, and children with adults welcomed
Two classes. Side by side at the same time. On the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. One for those experienced at yoga and the other for families (children with adults welcome) and novices. Come be a part of this unique opportunity to benefit your physical and spiritual wellness…with the downtown Dallas skyline as your motivation.
BikeTexas

Two kid-friendly activities
presented by Bike Texas


The youngest two-wheelers in your family will enjoy the Kids Kup and Bike Rodeo taking place on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

Adult cyclists are invited to bike to the bridge for games then join a Beer & Bike swarm on Four Corners Brewing Company nearby.

 
RAFT Dallas

Explore RAFT's All Out Trinity Market


More than 50 vendors offer their creations to you in a marketplace along the banks of the Trinity River. Find local art, handcrafted Popsicles, Dallas-brewed kombucha, artisan jewelry, food truck delights and more!

 
RISE Adaptive Sports

Join RISE Adaptive Sports
for activities for all abilities


Know a child or adult with a physical challenge? Invite them to participate with RISE Adaptive Sports athletes in wheelchair motocross, skating, golf, hand-cycling, soccer, rugby, bocce ball and basketball.

 

02.28.14 The Bowling Foundation
LATE BREAKING: Bring the kids to bowl a few lanes IN the Trinity River Basin from 1-4 p.m.


02.22.14 Funkytown Disc Golf
Dallas' Trinity River is about to get funky as Funkytown Disc Golf sets up a pop-up disc golf course during All Out Trinity. Free to play.
02.21.14 Gaelic Football
Call it Gaelic Football, Irish Football or Peil Ghaelach, the Dallas Gaelic Athletic Association wants to show you Dallas Cowboys fans what some real football looks like.

The Trinity Commons Foundation and City of Dallas Trinity Corridor Project thank these sponsors for their support:

Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Mary Kay
West Dallas Chamber of Commerce
Texas Capital Bank
Blanks Printing and Imaging
Bluebonnet Waste
Cienda Partners

Future Trinity Commons sponsorship opportunities

The Trinity Commons Foundation and City of Dallas Trinity Corridor Project also appreciate these planning partners:

City of Dallas
RAFT Dallas   RISE Adaptive Sports
Sync Yoga and Wellbeing   Clairevista Vitality Club
Funkytown Flyers Funkytown Flyers Disc Golf   Uber
 
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