Dallas Right Now

Most importantly this month, in honor of the 11th anniversary of September 11th, Mom Corps Dallas remembers those who died during the terrorist attacks. We are thinking of their loved ones and friends as well as those injured and the heroes who came to the rescue of many on this day. Thank you.

In our daily lives, we are so thankful for our freedom and protection, kids are back to school and parents are recalibrating schedules, et. al. Businesses are in high gear!

Are you ready for some football? We are, whether it is flag, first time tackle, high school or our Dallas Cowboys! Plus in college fun, SMU meets the Aggies, should be a great game September 15th! And don’t forget our Rangers and the Dallas Stars!

Know your children are also playing fall baseball, continuing on with golf and basketball, gymnastics, crew, music lessons and so many more activities!

Don’t forget grandparents. Grandparents Day is Sunday, September 9th.

Other events we love in North Texas in September:

State Fair of Texas opens September 28! It is one of the greatest state fairs in the world! For more than 100 years, it has been the leading source of entertainment for millions, as well as a powerful factor in the growth of Dallas.

The Plano Balloon Festival is an action packed weekend of skydivers, hot air balloons, concerts, a huge kid’s fun zone and a variety of foods … young and old have much in common when they are enjoying the colorful balloons that will fill the skies over Plano, September 21 – 23.

Cirque Du Soleil Kooza opens in Dallas September 19th ~ an adrenaline rush of acrobatics in a zany kingdom.

Dallas Children’s Theater presents Pinkalicious The Musical ~ opens September 21st. This musical adaptation of the most sparkling book ever is a celebration of FAMILY and LOVE.

Here’s to falling back into routines and love with our North Texas cities and weather!

What did we miss? Please let us know!

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