Things To Do! 10/13/2016 – 10/20/2016

It’s Haunted House season! Here is a website that has info on opening dates and pricing for many of the local haunts.


Dallas VideoFest 29 at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, October 18 – 23.

KAWS Where The End Starts art exhibit at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, October 20 – January 22.


Friends of the Library Book Sale at the Carrollton Public Library, October 13 – 15.

‘Delicatessan’ at Texas Theatre, Oct 13 – 16.

Tchaikovsky 4 at the Meyerson Symphony Center, October 13 – 16.

Christmas in Cowtown holiday market at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, October 13 – 16.

The Compassion Experience at Lake Arlington Baptist Church, October 14 – 17.

Grand Opening of the Tarrant County Market Center in Haltom City, October 14 – 16.

Dallas Fan Days at the Irving Convention Center, October 14 – 16. One day tickets range between $25-35, a weekend pass is $65, kids are $5 with adult pass purchase.

Mid-Cities Greek Fest at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Euless, October 14 – 16.

South Street Art Festival in Arlington, October 14 – 16.

Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival and Chili Cookoffat the Farmers Branch Historical Park, October 14 – 15.

Dallas Jewelry Show at Dallas Market Hall, October 14 – 16. $6 a ticket.

Help-Create — Glass Pumpkin at Vetro Art Glass in Grapevine, October 14 – 15. $55 per pumpkin, registration required.

‘I Drink Your Blood’ is the midnight movie at the Inwood Theater, October 14 – 15.

Alliance Air Show at Alliance Airport, October 15 – 16. Free general admission, but $30 parking.

‘Girl Asleep’ at the Magnolia @ the Modern, October 14 – 16.

Lone Star Reptile Expo at Knights of Columbus in Arlington, October 15 – 16. $9 for adults.

Wellness Expo at the Addison Conference and Theatre Centre, October 15 – 16. $8 a person.


Cool Thursday Concert: Turnstiles at the Dallas Arboretum.

Off The Wall: Space Oddity at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Intro To Textiles: 6 Week Series begins today at Oil and Cotton.

Sip, Shop, and Stroll in Downtown Frisco.

Sammons Lunch Jam free lunchtime concert series at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Artini Hour at the River Legacy Living Science Center in Arlington. $15 a ticket.

Rocktober at Wayne Ferguson Plaza in Lewisville.

Lauren Oliver Book signing at the Barnes & Noble in Frisco.


Fall Fest at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Discovery After Dark at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center. $35 per person, registration required.

Nash Farm Barn Dance at Nash Farm in Grapevine. $20 per ticket.

Dallas County Democratic Party Annual Fish Fry at Sokol Hall in Dallas.

‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ at Texas Theatre.

Swingtober Market at The Better Block in Dallas.

Harvest Stew Festival at the Keller Public Library. Admission = 1 canned food item per person.

Beyond the Book with Bae Suah at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.


Concert in the Park at the North Park Center with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Free.

Viridian Farmers Market at Overlook Park in Arlington. This week will have a Craft Beer Experience and Pumpkin Patch.

The Super Run 5K at Myers Park in McKinney.

FW Police and Firefighters Memorial 5K at the FW Police and Firefighters Memorial and through Trinity Park.

The Amazingly Global Race hosted by Fort Worth Sister Cities International, at The Flyer Saucer Fort Worth.

Trekking Down the Trinity with River Legacy Living Science Center. $25 per person, registration required.

Owl-O-Ween at the Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas. Free, costumes encouraged for children.

FarmFest at the Heritage Farmstead Museum. $10 per person.

Pumpkin Fest at City Lake Park in Mesquite.

Deep Irving Market Day in Downtown Irving.

Nash Farm Fall Round-Up at Nash Farm in Grapevine.

Tails and Ales at the Clearfork Food Park.

Parktoberfest at the Shops at Park Lane. $10 a ticket.

Brunch on Broadway: The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Alamo Drafthouse.

Pawtoberfest at Huffhines Park in Richardson.

Dallas Observer Tacolandia at Dallas City Hall Plaza. $30-75 for tickets.

A Night with Lauren Daigle at the Bomb Factory.

Otsukimi Full Autumn Moon celebration at Klyde Warren Park with the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Free admission, bento dinner boxes available for pre-order.

‘Star Wars – The Force Awakens’ at Main Street Garden in Dallas.

Dallas Zombie Pub Crawl in Deep Ellum. $10 per person for a wristband.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Los Bastardos Shadowcast at the Ridglea Theater in Fort Worth. $12-50 tickets.

Symposium: Monet: The Early Years at the Kimbell Art Museum.

Bancroft Family Concert: Harps in Harmony at the Dallas Museum of Art.


LAST CHANCE ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’at the Art Centre Theatre, October 7 – 16.

LAST CHANCE The Wedding Singer at Theatre 3, Sept 22 – Oct 16.

Nasher Gallery Lab at the Nasher Sculpture Center.

The Great Date Nite at Fellowship of the Parks in Keller. Free event, must pre-register for child care.

That Dam Half & 5K at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie.

Sprites, Fights, and Frights – Vampire Savior Tournament at Free Play Arcade in Richardson.


Texas Spirits Tasting Party at the Mopac Event Center in Fort Worth. This is a Fort Worth Cocktail Week event.


Ignite DFW 6 at Texas Theatre.

Bartenders Without Borders at Shipping and Receiving. This is a Fort Worth Cocktail Weekevent.

Hemingway Book Club at the Black Swan Saloon. This meeting will discuss the Tales of Edgar Allan Poe.

‘Chinatown’ at the Magnolia Theater.


The Tiki Party at The Usual Bar in Fort Worth. This is a Fort Worth Cocktail Week event.

CatFest at Rahr & Sons Brewing Co.

Beer, Beards, and Beethoven at Wild Acre Brewing Company.

3rd Presidential Debate Rooftop Watch Partyat Sundown @ Granada.


Bourbon Bash at Thompson’s Library and Bar in Fort Worth. This is a Fort Worth Cocktail Week event.

Adult’ing, it’s scary right? personal finance workshop, held at La Madeleine in Grapevine. Free, requires registration.

Dallas Downtown Hoedown at the Dallas Farmer’s Market Shed. $50 a ticket.

Cool Thursday: A Hard Night’s Day concert at the Dallas Arboretum.

Educator’s Night Out at the Dallas Museum of Art.

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