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  • September 21
  • Dallas Farmers Market

    Come visit the 26,000 square foot food hall and artisanal vendor market containing four anchor restaurants, a mixture of local specialty foods, artisanal food vendors, and seating areas both inside and out where you can grab a bite to eat or enjoy a cup of coffee while taking in a view of the Dallas skyline or observing the market-goers. Open

  • Autumn at the Arboretum

    Visit the Arboretum's fall festival and enjoy “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.” Stroll among thousands fall-blooming plants. Visit the Pumpkin Village with close to 90,000 pumpkins, squash and gourds and more. The Great Pumpkin will be filled with marigolds. Guests can snap selfies with Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty and Marcy and visit Pig Pen getting lost in the hay

  • 2019 Kiwanis Butterfly Festival

    The 2019 Kiwanis Butterfly Festival will be held beneath the pavilion in the Southlake Town Square September 21st and 22nd. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore a 600 square foot landscaped mesh tent populated with hundreds of Texas butterflies. Watermelon is provided to allow children of all ages the opportunity to feed and interact with the butterflies.

  • Dinosaurs Live! Life-Size Animatronic Dinosaurs

    Visitors of the Heard Museum will be able to let their imagination run wild as they travel back in time along a half-mile nature trail with ten life-size animatronic dinosaurs. This year’s exhibit will also a feature an outdoor Hadrosaur fossil dig to inspire future paleontologists. $12 adults; $9 children ages 3–12; free for Heard members and children 2 and

  • The Portal- Connecting Dallas to the World

    10am-9pm NorthPark Center is adding a unique temporary installation of a Portal, an immersive audiovisual space that opens a window to a network of sites around the world. The Portal will be on view in Macy’s Court. When you enter a Portal, you come face-to-face with someone somewhere else on earth, live and full-body—as if in the same room. The

  • The Portal: Connecting Dallas to the World at NorthPark Center

    NorthPark Center, known for its renowned 20th and 21st century art collection, is adding a unique temporary installation to its art-filled corridors. NorthPark is the latest location to host a Portal by Shared_Studios, an immersive audiovisual space that opens a window to a network of sites around the world. Portals are physical structures that bring people together who would never

  • Pics & Paws – Bring Your Pup to Rainbow Vomit

    It's a wagging tail, it's a cuddle bug, it's doggo kisses, it's...instapup! Join SPCA of Texas at Rainbow Vomit for a special Pics & Paws event where furry friends are welcome to join in on the picture taking fun at Dallas' #1 rated immersive art exhibit. Twenty percent of all proceeds from this special two-day event will benefit the SPCA

  • Southwestern Watercolor Society’s 56th Member Exhibition

    More than 80 watercolor and water media paintings will be on exhibit starting Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019, at the Eisemann Center in Richardson as part of the Southwestern Watercolor Society’s 56th Annual Member Exhibition. The exhibit will run through Saturday, Sept. 28, and is open to the public.

    The exhibit will feature all types of watercolor and water media

  • Dior-From Paris to the World

    Come see more than 70 years of the House of Dior’s legacy, featuring a dynamic selection of over 100 haute couture dresses, as well as accessories, photographs, original sketches, runway videos, and other archival material. See website for ticket information. Through Oct. 27 DMA, 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas https://dma.org/dior

  • Hispanic Heritage Celebration featuring Author Claudia Rueda

    Join us for a celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, featuring a presentation from award-winning children’s author and illustrator Claudia Rueda, followed by face painting, a balloon artist, light refreshments and a children’s craft.

    Celebración del patrimonio hispano con la autora Claudia Rueda Únase a nosotros para una celebración del mes de la Herencia Hispana, con una presentación de la galardonada autora

  • Addison Oktoberfest

    With incredible German culinary fare, the festival also includes a Marketplace, polka music, and kid-friendly options like rides, midway games, dachshund races, yodeling contest and much more. Through Sept. 22. Check website for daily hours. Free admission on Sept. 19 and 22. Tickets are $10 on Sept. 20 and 21. 4970 Addison Cir, Addison http://addisonoktoberfest.com

  • Stockyards Championship Rodeo

    At the world’s only year-round rodeo, watch cowboys and cowgirls compete every Friday and Saturday night inside Fort Worth's historic Cowtown Coliseum. The Friday Night Rodeo competitions include tie-down roping, break away roping, team roping and barrel racing and rough stock events such as bull riding. On Saturday nights, more rough stock events are added like bronc riding, bareback and ranch