Canines, Cats & Cabernet Virtual Auction & Gala
Our furry friends hold a special place in our hearts, our laps, on our couch, and in our beds! But not all animals are as lucky as the ones with a forever home. Operation Kindness, the no-kill animal shelter in Carrollton, will host its 28th Annual Canines, Cats, and Cabernet online this year. It is the shelter’s largest fundraising event enabling them to help animals in need of lifesaving medical care, companionship, and, most of all, a forever home. You will party in place while supporting North Texas’s homeless pets and will be able to bid on the organization’s live and silent auction from the comfort of your home. Open up your hearts and donate what you can, so Operation Kindness will continue to provide lifesaving care to pets in need.
Where: Your Computer, Laptop, or Smartphone
When: November 14, 7:30–8:30pm | Register for a ticket HERE
Phone: (972) 418-7297
Make your holidays an adventure this year at the exciting family-friendly event. Immerse yourself in larger-than-life holiday displays and engaging experiences at Globe Life Field in Arlington. Millions of twinkling lights will surround you and your family, 2.7 million, to be exact. You can take to the ice on a vast outdoor rink and snap those selfie pics to your heart’s content. Enjoy light up hopscotch, train rides for the kids, strolling entertainers, Old Saint Nick and his elves, and booths stocked with food and souvenirs. Luminova will be implementing enhanced safety protocols and social distancing measures to provide patrons with the safest experience possible.
Where: Globe Life Field | 734 Stadium Drive, Arlington
When: Friday, November 20–Sunday, January 3, 2021
Web: For a full list of available dates visit LuminovaHolidays.com
Vitruvian Nights, Addison
This year Vitruvian Park in Addison will be the most spectacular holiday destination during Vitruvian Lights. Enjoy over 1.5 million sparkling LED lights wrapped around more than 550 trees. Now that is a sight you will not want to miss. The lights will be sparkling daily, November 27 through January 3, 2021. Visitors are encouraged to walk through the park in a socially distanced manner or drive through to enjoy the beauty that is Vitruvian Lights.
Where: Vitruvian Park | 3966 Vitruvian Way, Addison
When: Friday, November 27–Sunday, January 3, 2021
Stockyards Championship Rodeo
Grab your hat, pull on your boots, and head over to the Cowtown Coliseum for Stockyards Championship Rodeo! Cheer on the competitors Friday and Saturday evening as you watch live rodeo action perfect for keeping the whole family entertained. Visit with cowboys and cowgirls before the rodeo, grab a cold drink and a snack, and get ready to be amazed. Face masks covering the mouth and nose are required to enter and remain in the Cowtown Coliseum by all persons over the age of 10. Seating capacity is limited to 75%, and the venue will be enforcing social distancing between groups. Please contact email@example.com for questions or concerns.
Where: Cowtown Coliseum | 121 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth
When: Fridays and Saturdays through December 26 | 8– 10pm
Concert for First Responders & Essential Employees
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will present a free concert for first responders and essential employees, and their families to honor their dedication to our community. The concert features music by Bach, Mary D. Watkins, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Schubert, and more, and will include Hannah White and Sterling Elliott, members of the Sphinx Soloists Program. Masks are required at all times during the performance. Check the DSO website for additional safety and attendance protocols.
Where: Meyerson Symphony Center | 2301 Flora St., Dallas
When: Friday, November 20, 7:30pm | First responders and essential employees can claim free tickets using the code THANKYOU on mydso.com
Kimball Art Museum Presents Queen Nefertari’s Egypt
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Experience the incredible new exhibition Queen Nefertari’s Egypt celebrating women of the New Kingdom Period (1550–1070 BC) when Egyptian civilization was at its height. Nefertari, one of the most celebrated queens of ancient Egypt and the favorite wife of the great pharaoh Ramesses II was highly regarded, educated, and could read and write hieroglyphs. Her tomb is the largest and most richly decorated in the Valley of the Queens. Nefertari, as well as other royal wives, sisters, daughters, and mothers of pharaohs, are brought to life through nearly 230 extraordinary objects, including statues, jewelry, vases, papyrus, steles, mummies, wooden coffins and stone sarcophagi, as well as various items of daily life. Step back in time with your family and explore the ancient temples, Queen Nefertari, Egypt, and so much more in this exquisite exhibition.
Where: Kimbell Art Museum | 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth
When: Sunday, December 6–Sunday, March 14, 2021 | Hours: Tuesday–Thursday, Saturday, 10am – 5pm | Fridays, Sunday, 12–5pm