Hey Dallas & Fort Worth! What are you doing this weekend?
The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo kicks off this weekend! It will run from January 17th through February 8th at 3400 Burnett-Tandy Dr., Fort Worth, Tx. The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo takes place every year for 23 days during the months of January and February. Don't miss out on edge of your seat PRCA rodeo action, world-class livestock shows, kid-friendly exhibits, daily live music, a fun-filled carnival midway, daily shopping and more. This thing is legendary! For more information click here.
Brides Against Breast Cancer will be hosting their Charity Wedding Gown Sale & Bridal Show January 17-18 at Omni Hotel & Resort at Park West (1590 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, TX). All Dallas area brides and guests are invited to browse through hundreds of new and lovingly worn designer and couture wedding gowns, all at an incredible savings. Gowns range from $99 to $3,900, are available in all styles and in sizes 4-18. You will also meet some of the area's top wedding vendors, and enter exciting giveaways -- all while supporting a great cause. On Friday, attend their VIP Reception and enjoy light bites, signature beverages, entertainment and giveaways. You will be among the very first in the Dallas area to browse through, try on and purchase your selections from our large inventory of gowns, before general admission begins! For more information click here.
The Dallas Area Train Show will be January 18-19 at the Plano Centre (2000 E Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX). See the model train exhibit with operating layouts, dealer displays, how-to clinics and videos from the North Texas Council of Railroad Clubs. Enter the grand prize drawing for a chance to win your own train set and other door prizes. For more information click here.
Carrollton will host the 17th Annual Martin Luther King Jr Day Parade on January 18th at 10am. Commemorate the legacy of the civil rights leader at this 17th annual parade through the city. Sponsored by Christ Community Connections, in partnership with the City of Carrollton. The parade will start on Jamestown Street (behind Carrollton City Hall) and proceed west to Josey Lane; south on Josey Lane to Keller Springs; east on Keller Springs to Kelly Boulevard; south on Kelly Boulevard to end at Ted Polk Middle School at 2001 Kelly Boulevard. For more information click here.