• Wednesday
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  • November 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

    The fall festival is a spectacular show of color with 4,500 of fall's favorite flowers, along with 150,000 more fall blooming plants, and the Pumpkin Village, featuring more than 90,000 pumpkins, squash and gourds. In its 13th year, the Pumpkin Village in Pecan Grove features the imaginative theme, "The Adventures in Neverland," full of the figures and stories, including scenes

  • Lone Star Christmas featuring ICE! – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    Families will marvel at dozens of lavish holiday displays including more than 2 million twinkling lights and larger-than-life decorations. Guests can also experience ICE!, featuring favorite scenes from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The magical display is a walk-through winter wonderland carved from more than two million pounds of colorful ice. There will be hand-carved ice sculptures, five two-story ice slides

  • Deck the Halls and Welcome All—Christmas at the White House 2006

    This special exhibit allows visitors a glimpse into the magical White House holiday celebrations of 2006. The exhibit will be adorned with recreations and decorations of the Christmas White House holiday, behind-the-scenes photos, and a replica of the Blue Room White House Christmas tree. $19 general admission; free for members. Through Jan. 6. 2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas www.bushcenter.org

  • Ultimate Dinosaurs at the Perot

    Be transported to prehistoric times through cutting-edge technology, where you can explore the breathtaking characteristics of these exotic species through hands-on activities. Exhibit runs through January 6. Perot Museum, 2201 N Field St, Dallas https://www.perotmuseum.org

  • Mother Goose Story Time

    This caregiver and child story time is interactive and is for babies between 1-2 years of age. Activities include songs, rhymes, games, and a story, followed by free play. Free. Southlake Public Library, 1400 Main Street, Suite 130, Southlake www.cityofsouthlake.com

  • ARTS & CRAFTS: Kids Story and Craft Time

    Come to the Whole Foods Market each Wednesday for stories, crafts and healthy snacks at the Highland Village store's kids area near the cafe. Each story time features a new story and craft for the kids to take home; snacks and refreshments for the kids will be provided. For kids ages 2–6 with an adult.

  • Baby Lapsit Storytime

    For babies up to 24 months old.


    Three, two, one… blast off! Reach a new altitude of fun with Space Mission at LEGOLAND Discovery Center. The new intergalactic building experience allows guests to explore far-off alien planets built entirely out of thousands of LEGO® bricks. Visitors will be able to build their own spaceship, takeover mission control operations, and make a LEGO® rocket blast off into outer

  • The Trains at NorthPark

    Benefiting Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD), and presented by Bank of Texas, The Trains at NorthPark will mark its 20th year at NorthPark Center with more than 750 railcars on a 1,600-foot elaborate configuration of tracks and scenes. Each year, the beloved holiday experience welcomes more than 70,000, and has helped raise more than $13 million for RMHD since

  • The Trains at NorthPark

    The Trains at NorthPark will mark its 20th year at NorthPark Center with more than 750 railcars on a 1,600-foot elaborate configuration of tracks and scenes. This holiday tradition is located on level two, between Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus. Admission: $7 adults; $4 children ages 2–12 and free for children under 2. Through Jan. 6. NorthPark Center, 8687 N Central

  • First Fridays at the Farm

    Each month, this program presents a different theme that highlights the heritage skills that you could use to enrich your life today. Register online to reserve your spot. Space is limited. This month’s theme: Farm Animals. Tickets start at $3. Nash Farm, 626 Ball St, Grapevine https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/nash-farm

  • Illuminate

    November 3 - January 6

    See the Museum in a whole new light! Come be illuminated by breathtaking lights and beauty as well as inspiring, light-themed science throughout the Museum.

    Some programming available on weekends only.

  • Barnyard Buddies Storytime

    Just for the little ones – read a story, do a hands-on activity, and fun craft. Great for children aged 18 months to 5 years; story begins promptly at 11:00am. Located within our early childhood playspace, The Parlor, participants will be able to interact with the new space after the program until 1:00pm.

    2nd Wednesday and Saturday of the month (February

  • Dallas Mexican American Historical League presents Pixar's COCO

    The Dallas Mexican American Historical League (DMAHL) DMAHL.org will host FREE the legend of Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) showing the movie Coco (Disney/Pixar) September 19, 27 & 28, 2018 at the Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St., Dallas, TX 75204

    Seating is limited to 300 per showing, please email dmahl181885@gmail.com or visit www.dmahl.org for additional

  • Wacky Wednesday

    Hang out at the library after school every Wednesday! Each week we will play, make, or watch something new! For kids in grades K-5. Cozby Library and Community Commons, 177 N Heartz Rd, Coppell,

  • Panther Island Ice

    This holiday season, the return of Panther Island Ice will up the cool factor in Fort Worth. Located at Coyote Drive-In, Fort Worth's only outdoor skating rink brings a winter wonderland of fun and excitement beginning November 16. Including all holidays, the ice rink will operate seven days a week through January 14, 2019.

    *Hours vary. For the full list of

  • GED Class for Adults

    Free Adult Secondary Education (aka GED) classes for adults are offered at the Lewisville Public Library in the Computer Lab. These classes are designed to prepare eligible adults who lack a high school diploma to take the GED high school equivalency exam. The GED classes will be provided by Denton ISD Adult Education & Literacy every Monday and Wednesday. Space

  • Feed My Starving Children Volunteer Packing Opportunity

    Christian nonprofit Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) opened a permanent meal packing facility in Richardson, Texas on July 1. The site will have the capacity to welcome more than 150,000 volunteers each year to hand-pack nourishing FMSC MannaPack™ meals.

    Volunteer opportunities are available on Wednesday evenings, and all day on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, each week.

    FMSC has