#SnitchList Weekend 9/29 -10/2

Autumn is upon us! Or at least our approximation of Autumn. Which, let’s be honest, is about 2 magical weeks before it’s just windy and cold. So live it up, people! Got some awesome things going on this weekend – from the opening of the State Fair to PokemonGo at the Arboretum. Live a little, play a little, and eat a WHOLE lot  –  just don’t miss any of the cool stuff going on. It’s all insta-worthy – especially the fair food!

Sept 29 – Oct 2 #SnitchList Weekend Guide: 

The State Fair of Texas Opens Friday!
Sept 30 – Oct 23
I’m unnaturally excited about the State Fair of Texas. I go every year. It’s always fun and I always eat too much and I always don’t care that I eat too much. It’s great. They have some awesome concerts – check their event calendar. Also, I don’t want ya’ll to pay full price – so get info on discount tickets here – you have to purchase these in advance (IMPORTANT).
Details to Event Here


Autumn at the Arboretum
Sept 17 – Nov 23
The Arboretum is super awesome this time of year – the weather is fine, the pumpkins are amazing to see, and you totally get away with sipping on a Pumpkin Spice Latte (nonironically). Not that there is anything wrong with PSL – I’ve been drinking them for weeks in this heat. I don’t care. It’s awesome. Anyway, the Imaginative Pumpkin houses with over 90,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash, along with 150,000 beautiful fall blooming plants and the most outstanding Children’s Adventure Garden in the world make it all worth – so check it out.
Detail of Event Here


PokemonGo PumpkinProwl at Dallas Arboretum
Sept 30
As if you need another reason to go to the Arboretum! Prowl through their meticulous gardens and catch Pokémon. Enjoy this special evening event during Autumn at the Arboretum. Battle for control of their three Pokemon gyms, level up faster with 30 Pokéstops, hunt MagicKarp, Dratini, Abra, Polliwag and other Pokémon. Ticket to the event includes access to the Arboretum’s Café on the Green serving food, beer, and wine. Also, enjoy food from some of DFW’s Best Food Trucks including Ruthie’s Rolling Café, Yim Yam, and Bobaddiction. Tickets are $12 (nonmembers), $10 (members), include parking, and are on sale now at
Details to Event Here


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Fido Fest in FlowerMound
Oct 1
I love dogs. All dogs. Sometimes more than people. Fido Fest 2016 will feature a dog walk through the trails of Flower Mound and a day of demonstrations, activities, pet-related vendors, concessions, contests, and games for dogs and their people. All proceeds benefit Humane Tomorrow.
Details to Event Here


Cottonwood Art Festival
Oct 1-2
Now in its 47th year the semi-annual Cottonwood Art Festival will be held October 1-2, 2016 at Cottonwood Park in Richardson, Texas. Free admission and free parking with live music, craft beer garden, food trucks, and 240 artists from around the world.
Details to Event Here


Green’s Fall Festival Arlington
Oct 1
Join in greeting the fall with fun and festivities. It’s free to join just bring the kids and have a good time. They’ll have a bounce house with slide, Build your own scarecrow stations, popcorn, and this year marks the return of Pookie the clown who will be making balloon animals while her assistant paints faces. Double J Bar b que will be here selling their award winning bbq. and Pokey o’s Tarrant county will be here to sell their delicious ice cream sandwiches. Its guaranteed to be a good time for the whole family!
Details to Event Here 


Shakespeare in the Park Dallas Presents “The Tempest”
Sept 21-Oct 1
Get some culture this weekend and check out Shakespeare at Samuell Grand Amphitheater. Perfect for getting your art-fix and enjoy the original rhymer of rhymes.
Details to Event Here 


First Saturdays at the Nasher
Free
October 1 10-5pm

Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month.

October Big Idea: Architecture
Art Project: Building in a Bag

Expand their artistic talents and broaden their understanding and appreciation of the world. Target First Saturdays are designed especially for children in preschool to elementary school and feature a line-up of activities that encourage creative thought through a monthly “Big Idea.” Details to Event Here

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