The holiday season is one of the most fun times of the year. The decorations start to come out, people are a little bit happier, and everyone is just a little bit more generous with their time, money, and kindness. To celebrate all of these things, head out to the 29th annual Dallas Children’s Health Holiday Parade on December 3rd at 10:00am, to kick off the Christmas season. Here is everything that you need to know. The parade began all the way back in 1988 and was started by the Adolphus Hotel and Children’s Health as a gift to the citizens of Dallas for enabling both institutions to prosper. It has grown and evolved into one of the biggest parades in the country and it draws a crowd of approximately 400,000 every single year. As the event happens every December, it gets better with each year that passes. As such, this year’s parade is going to feature festive floats, a marching band, and Santa Claus. It will also be televised nationally to over 100 million homes across more than 350 TV stations. If you’re looking for a fun family activity to join this year, look no further than the Dallas Children’s Health Holiday Parade, and stop by Ewing Buick GMC in Plano, TX, and let us know how you liked it!
Thanksgiving isn’t just a day to hang out with family and eat good food—it’s also the beginning of a long holiday weekend and there are tons of special things to do that make it the perfect weekend for family trips and bonding. If you’re in the northeast Texas area, you might want to check out some of these things to do in Dallas and Fort Worth over Thanksgiving weekend.
Thanksgiving in Dallas and Fort Worth is unlike any other time of year. You won’t want to miss the Cowboys game on Thanksgiving Day—it’s a tradition! This year the Cowboys are playing the Oakland Raiders.
There’s also the annual Turkey Trot held by the Dallas YMCA. It takes place the morning of Thanksgiving Day and features pony rides, games, and music for family and friends, while participants in the race walk or run 8 miles from City Hall.
You also won’t want to miss the Fort Worth Parade of Lights, which takes place the evening of November 29th. Finish up your weekend with visits to Klyde Warren Park, which is right in the middle of Dallas and has tons of games and activities, and the recently redesigned GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower.
Make your Thanksgiving weekend count, and give thanks for the unique festivals and activities the DFW area offers! Let all of us at Ewing Buick GMC know if you like these Dallas, TX Thanksgiving events.
What better way could you imagine celebrating Halloween than by going to a throwback party with Pokemon costumes? That’s exactly what is happening on Saturday, October 22 at Quixotic World on 2824 Main Street in Dallas, Texas. This party most certainly is not limited only to fans of Pokemon. Whether you’re a nerd, geek, or someone from any other fandom who likes to party, you’re welcome at this year’s event. Of course, Pokemon costumes are encouraged, but you’re welcome to wear any other type of costume as well. The point is to have fun and enjoy yourselves. You do have to be at least 18-years-old to enter, but you have to be 21 to drink. There is going to be two Pokestops on-site, and there will be lures all night. Guests will also be treated to a cash bar and a candy bar, along with live DJ sets all night. The party costs $15 at the door (or they can be bought online), and it runs from 7pm-11pm. You will receive a coupon at the Pokemon Bash to use for a free drink at the Stranger Things after party at the Taboo Lounge. We can’t wait to see you on October 22. Ewing Buick GMC is excited to see the turnout around here.
Now is the perfect time to visit the Path to the Presidency exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. You can experience what the candidates see as part of this special exhibit on the history of campaigns and elections. This great new installation is just one of many fun and educational things to do in Dallas.
According to the Dallas Culture Map, the event started back in early August, but it goes until October 9. Its open every day at 9:00am, except for Sundays when it’s open at 12:00pm. You can deliver a speech from a podium using a teleprompter to see how difficult it really is, you can pose for a campaign ad, and watch clips of historical political ads. You can also learn about famous elections and losses, as well as the influence of technology and cultural changes on elections.
This is a great way to put things into perspective for this upcoming election. By understanding the history of elections in the US, you can learn the context for today’s politics. There are also displays on campaign and election memorabilia, documents, photos, artifacts, and more.
Want to make a day of your visit to the Path to the Presidency exhibit? Stop by the Old Chicago restaurant, the People’s Last Stand, and Trinity Hall. The Angelika Film Center and Café are located nearby, as well as the Hyena’s Comedy Nightclub.
If you go, tell us at Ewing Buick GMC near Dallas, TX. We would love to hear your thoughts.
The zoo can be one of the most magical places to visit around. And, here in the Dallas area, we have one of the best zoos in the country. Recently, visitors got to experience new elephants at the Dallas Zoo, and they were really excited! In March of this year, the Dallas Zoo brought five elephants from a drought-stricken zoo in Swaziland. Since then, the new elephants have been getting slowly acquainted with the Golden Girls, the Dallas Zoo’s resident matriarch elephants. The five new elephants, named Zola, Tendaji, Mlilo, Amahle, and Nolwazi have been doing well adjusting to their new home and have started gaining weight. Elephants are incredibly social animals and just like humans, they have to work out their relationships with each other. The zoo says they have been communicating with trumpeting, ear flapping, vocalizations, and a lot of trunk-touching. “It’s a wonderful sight to behold,” the zoo said. “Over the next few months, look in the Savanna and you may catch these amazing moments.” Have you visited the new elephants at the Dallas Zoo yet? What is your favorite animal exhibit at the Dallas Zoo? Tell all of us at Ewing Buick GMC near Dallas, TX in the comments below!
If you’re looking something fun to do this summer, check out the Dallas Zoo. This zoo has plenty of exotic animals, from the most exotic to the truly fascinating, along with fun, family-friendly activities. The Dallas Zoo monorail was recently completed as well, making it easy to see the entire park without getting sore feet.
This new monorail offers a birds-eye view of five African habitats, according to the Dallas Zoo. This includes the mountains of Ethiopia, the woodlands of Kenya, the Great Rift Valley, the arid Saharan Desert, and the bush of the Serengeti in Tanzania.
This train is great for all ages, easing along at a comfortable 3 to 4 mph in a one-mile loop around the mark. The entire monorail covers roughly the back 106 acres of the park, making it easy to see animals like chimpanzees, crocodiles, penguins, the ibex, and more.
If you’re looking for a fun-filled day that’s great for everyone, check out the new Dallas Zoo monorail. All of us at Ewing Buick GMC near Dallas, TX love it!