Must-See March Events in North Texas
- Posted on: Mar 24 2015
The gloomy winter weather is behind us (we hope) and it’s finally
time to enjoy some springtime weather. That means sunshine, flowers and
plenty of fresh air. After spending the winter inside, are you ready for
some outdoor fun?
Here are a few of the events in and around Dallas we think you’ll
enjoy this month.
Pickle Parade and Palooza, Mansfield
March 12-14, 2015
Head to Historic Downtown Mansfield and settle in for a weekend of fun
at the World’s Only Pickle Parade & Palooza. This year’s event
kicks off at the movies with
Annie on March 12, while the main event will last all day March 14, including
a 5k/10k and “Kids K”. Let your quirky side show at the most
unique parade in Texas celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
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Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum
Through April 12, 2015
Spring is our favorite season at the Dallas Arboretum, hands down. Dallas
Blooms is the largest floral festival in the Southwest and a 30-year tradition
for the Dallas Arboretum. This year’s theme plays homage to our
beloved state: Deep in the Hearts of Texans. The Texas-sized extravaganza
features more than 500,000 blooming spring bulbs along with life-size
Texas themed topiaries, entertainment, food and special activities celebrating
Dallas Blooms runs through April 12. More information
Walk the Light Arts Festival, Cedar Hill
March 21, 2015
Artists of all genres display and perform their craft inside downtown businesses,
in Pioneer Park and on the streets when Walk the Light Arts Festival comes
to Historic Downtown Cedar Hill the third Saturday of March each year.
Join the fun and participate in the creative process through interactive
art illustrations, performances and exhibits. Admission is free!
KidFest, Grand Prairie
March 28, 2015
An all-new event at Traders Village in Grand Prairie, KIDFEST features
a host of activities just for kids. Two stages will feature performances
kids will love, including a high-energy show of music and experiments
with Professor Branius and Mr. Willy, a well-known children’s entertainer
and performer. On Sixth Street, there will be face painters, clowns and
All activities begin at noon. Admission is free. Parking is $4.
The summer heat will be here before you know it. Don’t let spring
pass you by without getting outside and enjoying some of the sights around
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