• Sunday
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  • February 18
  • 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

  • Penguin Days at the Dallas Zoo

    At the zoo, winter means the temperature is dropping – and so are the prices. Visit the African penguins along with all your other animal friends during the Penguin Days promotion, which offers a daily discounted admission price of $7, free for children 2 and younger. $10 for parking.

  • Family Festival – Eye On Fashion

    Trendsetters of all ages are invited to join the Kimbell for a fashion-forward event that celebrates the creation of new looks inspired by masterpieces in the Kimbell’s permanent collection. Create your own crazy hats and colorful costume designs, contribute to artist-led collaborative projects, and enjoy interactive gallery experiences that will spark the imagination

  • Second Sunday Funday

    The Irving Arts Center offers the perfect framework for adults and children to experience art together. Second Sunday Family Fundays hands-on art days give parents and children projects they can co-create, far from daily distractions. Find inspiration in the gallery exhibitions, holidays and seasons as families make art, friends and fun. Each month features a different theme: Jan. 14

  • Beauty and Bach

    Beauty and Bach February 17 7:30pm & February 18th 2:30pm, 2018 Moody Performance Hall, Dallas, TX

    Avant Chamber Ballet returns to Moody Performance Hall with an exciting triple bill of works from the 19th, 20th and 21st century all with live music: George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco, Katie Cooper’s Appalachian Spring, and Aurora’s Wedding - Sleeping Beauty Act 3. The evening opens with George Balanchine’s