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8 Great Family Friendly Things To Do In Dallas This October

8 Great Family Friendly Things To Do In Dallas This October

Go See a Sandlot Game with Jack White 12-time GRAMMY® Award-winner Jack White is one of the owners of Warstic, a Dallas based company manufacturing baseball gear. That makes it seem a little less random when I say, Jack White will be playing in a fairly star-studded sandlot baseball game in Dallas this month. The […]

The Ivy Tavern Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary This Weekend

The Ivy Tavern Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary This Weekend

The Ivy Tavern is celebrating its 5-year anniversary the weekend of August 23-25 with a series of music and entertainment events. Friday, August 23 is a return to the 1980’s with DJ Jen Miller, starting at 9:00 PM, spinning all the best hits from this totally tubular decade. Prizes will be awarded at random for amazing outfits […]

Planning a Ski Trip to Colorado? Check out the Thriving Art Scene

Planning a Ski Trip to Colorado? Check out the Thriving Art Scene

Like most skiers and snowboarders, the Mile High City will likely be your jumping-off city to the resorts. The Denver Museum of Art offers one of the largest collections between Chicago and the West Coast. The museum is free the first Saturday of every month and kids under 18 are always free. https://denverartmuseum.org/ Similar to […]

6th Annual South Street Art Festival Shares Love of Art in Arlington October 12th-14th

6th Annual South Street Art Festival Shares Love of Art in Arlington October 12th-14th

The 6th Annual South Street Art Festival returns to Downtown Arlington October 12-14, 2018. The longest running and only fine art festival in the Downtown Art District of Arlington features up to 100 local, regional and national artists selling work in one of 13 different categories. Art lovers and collectors can stroll down South Street […]

GROW Fall Festival Engages and Entertains at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens October 13th

GROW Fall Festival Engages and Entertains at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens October 13th

Join GROW, the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, and the Down Syndrome Partnership of North Texas for a free event where families will explore the Backyard Veggie Garden and all of its fall features! Participate in activities and games, get messy while dissecting pumpkins and planting seeds, and listen to Story Time with Carlos and Bella. This day will be full of inspiring and engaging activities led by GROW educators and a special activity for the DSPNT families and friends is all a part of the fun.

ArmeniaFest Celebrates Food, Music and Community October 12th-14th

ArmeniaFest Celebrates Food, Music and Community October 12th-14th

Each year, on the second weekend of October, something precious is put together. An entertaining program of dance performances and sessions of shourchbar (circle dance) step instructions, a fun photo booth experience, children's arts and crafts, a church and exhibit tour, delicious offerings of food, baked goods, and coffee, baking demonstration, live music and other activities. This family friendly celebrates its' culture with open arms. Come see what ArmeniaFest has to offer.

African American Cultural Harambee Celebrates 44th Anniversary & Event October 27th

African American Cultural Harambee Celebrates 44th Anniversary & Event October 27th

The Dallas Harambee Festival is a celebration of African culture and its survival in the diaspora. The festival features traditional drumming, dance and spirituality. Families are always top priority. There will be healthy treat bags, arts & crafts, bounce houses, and various games for all age groups. Live Performances, Celebrity Appearances, Free Medical Screenings, Open Policy Discussions, Early Voting, and Legal & Family Advocates free of charge. 

9th Annual Texas Veggie Fair Rocks Reverchon Park October 27th

9th Annual Texas Veggie Fair Rocks Reverchon Park October 27th

Texas Veggie Fair is a statewide celebration of plant-based living. It is a free event, open to the public. Vegans, Vegetarians, Omnivores and everything in between are welcome- see you there!  In 2017, over 12,000 people joined us to enjoy plant-based food, products, live music, speakers, activities, and education. Our goal is to promote kinder, healthier, more sustainable choices for animals, our bodies, and the planet. Texas Veggie Fair is organized by an all-volunteer team, who are truly passionate about this message!

22nd Annual Lebanese Food Festival Celebrates Tradition and Culture October 5th-7th

22nd Annual Lebanese Food Festival Celebrates Tradition and Culture October 5th-7th

Interested in experiencing what the Lebanese culture has to offer? The Lebanese Food Festival features authentic Lebanese food such as stuffed grape leaves, kibbi, falafel, tabbouli, kafta, baklava, and much more. Take part in the raffle for great prizes. There is a fun children’s play area with games, door prizes, a silent auction and wonderful Lebanese souvenirs.

A full schedule of entertainment featuring on stage live performances, fascinating traditional artistic folk-life, dancing by a variety of talented groups and individuals. Come see our own Lebanese Folk Dancers!

Texas County Reporter Hosts 23rd Annual Festival in Historic Downtown Waxahachie October 27th

Texas County Reporter Hosts 23rd Annual Festival in Historic Downtown Waxahachie October 27th

Join Kelli & Bob Phillips, hosts of the weekly TV show, Texas Country Reporter, for the 23rd Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival. This one-day arts and music festival will take place around the historic courthouse square in downtown Waxahachie.