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.



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Events Calendar


October 2019


3-13 IRVING: Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo – Extraco Events Center, you’ll be able to enjoy one more day of our thrilling rodeo, exciting fairgrounds and attractions for the whole family!  Over the past 64 years the Fair & Rodeo has offered Central Texas a place to come and support the community while enjoying the sights, sounds and smells that make the Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo what it is, extracoeventscenter.com


4- 26 FORT WORTH: Real Bulls, Not Steel Bulls – Billy Bob’ s Texas, every Friday and Saturday nights, the real bull riding inside the facility separated Billy Bob’s from any other club in the world, BillyBobsTexas.com


5-26 GRAND PRAIRIE: Farmers Market – Main Street at Market Square, features locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, tamales, salsas, dips, relishes, eggs, honey, chips, plants, soaps, candles and more, call 972-237-4599 or visitgrandprairietx.com


5-26 PALESTINE: October’s Pumpkin Patch Express – Texas State Railroad, everyone who purchases entry into the Pumpkin Patch receives an open-air coach seat aboard a specifically designated train departure time.  All passengers, young and old, are encouraged to come attired in their Halloween finest, texasstaterailroad.net


5-26 WACO: Waco Downtown Farmers Market – Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market, every Saturday a variety of vendors featuring the best local agricultural producers and artisan vendors within 150-miles of Waco, wacoheartoftexas.com


5 – 12/01/19 Todd Mission: Texas Renaissance Festival – New Market Village, marvelous assortment of unique performers: musicians, magicians, acrobats, jugglers, dancers with over 200 daily performances, food, shopping, artisans, and more, texrenfest.com


5 – 01/05/20 IRVING: IAA Traveling Animal Art Exhibit – Irving Arts Center, award-winning entries and curated selections from the Irving Art Association’s 2019 Animal Art Exhibition are presented, 972-252-ARTS or visit IrvingArtsCenter.com


12 FORT WORTH: Billy Currington – Billy Bob’s Texas, the talented Georgia native has spent more than a decade in the spotlight proving he’s truly a man for all seasons, possessing one of the smoothest and most distinct voices in any genre of music, billybobstexas.com


18 – 31 BRYAN: Fright Nights Haunted House – Downtown Bryan, famous Fright Nights Haunted House celebrating their 9th Halloween season, Bryantx.gov/visit


19 College Station: Smokey Bear’s 75th Birthday Bash – George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, celebrate Smokey Bear’s 75th Birthday Bash and see the official Friends of Smokey Bear Hot Air Balloon that’s nearly ten stories tall and 72 feet wide, children’s games, arts & crafts, bounce houses, local fire departments, and – of course! – cupcakes, bush41.org


19 PALESTINE: Dogwood Jamboree “That’s What I Call Country – Loop Palestine, Branson style music show filled with family fun, laughter and great classic country music from some of the best artist anywhere, dogwoodjamboree.com


25-26 McKinney: Legends of McKinney Ghost Walk – Chestnut Square, enjoy costume storytellers, building tours, live action performances, paranormal presentation and other legendary activities, chestnutsqure.org


26 PALESTINE: Hot Pepper Festival – Main Street, 2019 Hot Pepper Festival will feature tons of unique vendors, food, drinks, music, entertainment and of course the Hot Pepper eating contest, visitpalestine.com


27 – 01/26/20 Fort Worth: Renior: The Body, The Senses – Kimbell Art Museum, this daring exhibition is the first major exploration of Renoir’s unceasing interest in the human form, and it reconsiders Renoir as a constantly evolving artist whose style moved from Realism into luminous Impressionism, culminating in the modern classicism of his last decades, kimbellart.org