When to Come


With a high in the mid 50s and lows in the 30s in the winter and highs in the 90s in the peak of the summer, Dallas/Ft. Worth is a perfect destination all year round.




Events Calendar

Events subject to change. Please visit event links for latest updates.


June 2022


1-11 Irving: 7th Annual Texas & Neighbors Regional Art Exhibition – Irving Arts Center, an annual collaboration between the Irving Art Association and the Irving Arts Center, artists from Texas and neighboring states (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma) are invited to compete, irvingartscenter.com


1-19 Irving: Pleibol! In the Barrows & the Big Leagues – Irving Archives and Museum, the history and culture of Latinos and their impact on American culture and society through the lens of baseball, this is a new bilingual (Spanish and English) exhibition, irvingarchivesandmuseum.com


1-25 Irving: Annual Exhibition of Irving ISD Student Artwork – Irving Arts Center, annual showcase of artwork by Irving ISD students, K-12. Elementary, irvingartscenter.com


1-25 Irving: Partituren/Time Stands Still: Photographs by Michael Matthews & Michael Kruscha – Irving Arts Center, Berlin-based artists that come from different backgrounds, very different artistic experiences and perspectives, and have forged a deep personal and artistic friendship, evidenced by their shared interest in the malleability of photographic expression, irvingartscenter.com


1 – 07/05 College Station: Texas Sea Grant: 50 years of Science and Stewardship – George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, a rich history of supporting the Texas coast and its people through cutting-edge research and innovative outreach and educational programs, bush41.org


1 – 07/10 College Station: I Made This! An Emphasis on Origin – Forsyth Galleries, examine signatures and marks on art objects to uncover their stories, uart.tamu.edu


1 – 07/24 Grand Prairie: Live Thoroughbred Racing – Lone Star Park, beautiful facility which features a seven-level glass-enclosed Grandstand, highlighted by our 1,200-seat Silks Dining Room and our 48 luxurious Penthouse Suites, all overlooking the race track, visitgrandprairietx.com


1 – 07/24 Grand Prairie: Thoroughbred Racing – Lone Star Park, don’t miss the fun! Thoroughbred Racing Season runs annually during Triple Crown season, featuring an action-packed promotional schedule with lively entertainment and fun for the entire family, lonestarpark.com


1 – 07/29 College Station: Here: Faces and Voices of Native Aggies – Forsyth Galleries, learn about the history of Native American students at Texas A & M, uart.tamu.edu


1 – 07/31 Fort Worth: The Language of Beauty in African Art – Kimbell Art Museum, presenting over two hundred works of art, emphasizes concepts of beauty through the languages and perspectives of indigenous African communities, kimbellart.org


1 – 09/05 College Station: Brazo Valley Explore the Museum Trail – Museum of the American GI, by visiting six participating museums, historical sites, libraries, or art galleries in the Brazos Valley, attendees will become eligible to win a special gift basket, brazosvalleymuseumtrail.org


1 – 09/11 College Station: Those Who Can Do, Teach – J. Wayne Stark Galleries, see works from artists and the students they taught, discovering how each influenced the other, uart.tamu.edu


3 – 09/04 College Station: Natural Selections: Animals in Art – J. Wayne Stark Galleries, Flora, fauna, and wildlife combine in this nod to natural selections from the permanent collections, uart.tamu.edu


4 Palestine: Art Walk Palestine – Downtown, visit participating businesses, artists, crafts, food, fun, and more, visitpalestine.com


4-25 Bryan: Brazos Valley Farmer’s Market – Main Street, every Saturday, support our region’s farms, local food producers, promoting benefits of eating locally produced food, brazosvalleyfarmersmarket.com


4-25 Grand Prairie: Farmer’s Market – Market Square, every Saturday, locally grown fruits and vegetables, plants, tamales, baked goods, salsas, dips, relishes, eggs, honey, chips, soaps, candles, and more, visitgrandprairietx.com


4-25 McKinney: Farmers Market – Chestnut Square, every Saturday, fresh fruits & vegetables, live plants, baked goods, artisan crafts, free ranged meats, pony rides, entertainment and more, chestnutsquare.org


4-25 Palestine: Farmers Market – Spring Street, every Saturday, local growers still have plant starters to share as well as meat, eggs, crafts, jams, and pickles. We will also have another acoustic jam session, so grab your instrument and head to the farmers market, visitpalestine.com


4-25 Waco: Farmers Market – Downtown, every Saturday, fresh produce, meats, and meals since 2011, featuring the best local agricultural producers and artisan vendors, come visit us, wacoheartoftexas.com


6 McKinney: Bar Wars – Chestnut Square, a craft cocktail and food experience set amongst the fabulous historic homes at Chestnut Square, chestnutsquare.org


10 College Station: Bush Birthdays Celebration – George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum, 11 am – 3 pm in the rotunda, join us for refreshments and cake, bush41.org


11 McKinney: Trolly Tour – Chestnut Square, tours of the historic residential and commercial districts of McKinney about the charming McKinney Trolley, chestnutsquare.org


11-12 College Station: Hands-On History! – Museum of the American GI, fun and educational activities for children of all ages, special displays dedicated to the 29th Infantry and American paratroopers activities recreating the daily life and the diverse activities of US Navy and USCG personnel on shipboard during WWII, americangimuseum.org


11-25 Tyler: Tyler Celtic Festival – The Grove, celebrate all things Celtic with storytellers, musical performances, historical lectures, highland games, bagpipers, and more on five stages! Plus…there’s wine tasting, bon fire storytelling, ghost hunts, games of skill, kids crafts, and lots of yummy food and drink, visittyler.com


17 College Station: “Atlantis: The Lost Empire” – George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum, summer film series, popcorn, refreshments, games and bounce houses, bush41.org


18 Bryan: Juneteenth Celebration In The Park – Sadie Thomas Memorial Park, celebration starts following the Juneteenth Parade, destinationbryan.com


18 Bryan: Juneteenth Blues Fest – 21st Street, bring your own chairs and get ready to celebrate, destinationbryan.com


18 Palestine: “DUETS IN COUNTRY MUSIC” – DOGWOOD JAMBOREE, Classic Country Music and Comedy, visitpalestine.com


18 Tyler: Father’s Day Jazz Festival – High Hill Farm, celebrate dad all weekend long at High Hill Farm! Live Music, food, cocktails, and a relaxing day, visittyler.com


18 – 07/09 Irving: The Year of the Tiger: Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Flowers – Irving Arts Center, presented by The Association of Oriental Arts (TAO Arts) with guest artists, irvingartscenter.com