City’s wind festival rescheduled because of flooding

Photos from the Trinity River Wind Festival by Caren Mack.
Photo by Caren Mack

The Trinity River Wind Festival, scheduled for this past weekend, was postponed until the fall because of flooding between the levees.

The city of Dallas-sponsored festival, meant to spotlight the Trinity River corridor, has been rescheduled for Oct. 29.

Last year’s festival was canceled for flooding.

It had been planned for May 2015, but the river flooded, so it was rescheduled for October. The October 2015 event then was canceled because of flooding between the levees.

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