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Escape Boredom At The Secret Chambers

Escape Boredom At The Secret Chambers

While summer is quickly coming to an end, many people are searching for new forms of entertainment. However, there is a new national trend that is sure to offer a unique outlet rather than the same mundane choices. The best part, you can find them here in the DFW metroplex. I am referring to “escape [...]

Time Traveling Through Scarborough Renaissance Festival

Time Traveling Through Scarborough Renaissance Festival

This year’s 37th annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival proved to be as timeless as the historical period that it represents. For those unfamiliar with the event, it is one of America’s top Renaissance festivals that happens to take place every spring in Waxahachie. There is something for everybody with over 200 shops, 24 stages of entertainment, wine tasting, jousting knights, manpowered rides, and much more. They also host an array of special events each weekend to keep things fresh.

Cooking Class at Sea Breeze

Cooking Class at Sea Breeze

Every month, guests rush to sign up for the coveted Sea Breeze seafood cooking classes, which make cooking fresh seafood at home a breeze!  For 2017, Sea Breeze will only be offering one cooking class per month – so spaces will fill up quickly. The June cooking class will be Sunday, June 25 from 3-4:30 [...]

Vitruvian Nights Live Concerts

Vitruvian Nights Live Concerts

The best FREE Summer Concerts in DFW are back! Vitruvian Nights Live returns to the beautiful Amphitheater at Vitruvian Park on Thursday, June 1, 2017. Enjoy live music, gourmet food trucks, drinks/spirits and mobile boutiques. Sing and dance all summer long with your family and friends at Vitruvian Park. These outdoor events are FREE and [...]

May MakerSpace programs in Frisco

May MakerSpace programs in Frisco

The MakerSpace presented by Raytheon at Sci-Tech Discovery Center offers monthly maker programs, called First Fridays, open to military and veterans, as well as their family members over 10 years old. On May 5, learn how to use a 3D printer to bring your designs to life, as well as how to create a custom [...]

Multicultural Music, Food and Fun at Canal Fest in Irving

Multicultural Music, Food and Fun at Canal Fest in Irving

Enjoy DFW’s diverse culture offerings at the annual Canal Fest in Irving, Texas. This Saturday, the city’s beautiful Mandalay Canals will come alive with music, dance and crafts, making for a great FREE family outing.

Dallas’ First Annual Kentucky Doorby

Dallas' First Annual Kentucky Doorby

Door makes big things small - like the cost of buying or selling your home! In the spirit of all things small and the best two minutes in sports, Door is hosting Dallas' first annual miniature horse race, the Kentucky Doorby.

Go Celtic at Scarborough Renaissance Festival this Weekend

Come dance a jig and go Celtic at Scarborough Renaissance Festival® this weekend with the Shandon O’Regan School of Irish Dancers performing each day at 2:00 pm on the Whimsey Stage.

Scarborough’s 37th Season Begins this Saturday!

Scarborough’s 37th Season Begins this Saturday!

It's that time of year again! The 37th season of North Texas’ 16th Century Style tradition begins this Saturday, April 8, 2017. There is interactive fun for everyone at Scarborough Renaissance Festival® as you step back in time to the 16th Century in our 35-acre (re-created) English village celebrating the visit of Princess Mary Tudor and Margaret Queen of Scotland and the Isles with a Festival of Entertainment, Artisans, Food and Frivolity.

Sommelier for a Day at III Forks

May Tastings to feature Selections from California Have you ever wanted the chance to be a sommelier at a fine dining restaurant with a world-class wine cellar?  Then III Forks in Dallas has created the perfect offering.  Each month, the renowned steakhouse will offer a Sommelier for a Day opportunity.  The first Wednesday of each [...]