Keller Public Library, 640 Johnson Rd., hosts its 28th annual Harvest Stew Festival, with games, a s’mores station, an inflatable slide, a photo booth, food trucks, a petting zoo, stew, cookie decorating and more. Children should bring bags to carry their prizes. Admission is free, but those attending are asked to bring one canned good per person to be used in the stew or donated to Community Storehouse. Cornbread and drinks will be provided. For information call 817-743-4840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roanoke Fire Department celebrates Fire Prevention Week with an open house at the Fire Station, 201 Fairway Dr., with demonstrations of the “Jaws of Life,” car crash rescue, a live fire demonstration, fire prevention posters by students at Roanoke and Wayne Cox Elementary schools and a fire clown and puppet show. A helicopter ambulance will be on display, and free hamburgers, hot dogs and ice cream will be available. Those with proof of Roanoke residency are eligible for free flu shots. Free. For information call 817-491-2301.
Trophy Club Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual Fall Festival at Trophy Club Park, 2885 Trophy Park Dr., with hay rides, live music, face painting, a bounce house, balloon artists, a petting zoo, pumpkin decorating and free food. Free. for information call 682-831-4600.
6th Annual Westlake Classic Car Show at Larry North Fitness in Solana ; east parking lot; 2902 Sam School Road, Westlake. Proceeds benefit the Westlake Historical Preservation Society. More information at www.Westlake-TX.org.
11 a.m to 4 p.m.. Awards at 3 p.m.
The Westlake Academy Foundation will host the 8th Annual Westlake Baja at Vaquero Club in Westlake. The proceeds from the event benefit Westlake Academy. For more event details go to http://www.westlakeacademyfoundation.org/westlake-baja.html.
Activities are from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A Special Westlake Public Art Town Forum/Workshop is planned at Westlake Academy Campus in the Multi-Purpose Hall (MPH). The event will focus on learning about “the shared appreciation of art and implementation of successful public art programs and hear from public art experts.” For more details go to www.Westlake-TX.org.