Here’s what we love about Dallas in November:
Etsy Dallas 2014 Jingle Bash, November 15 – The 6th annual Jingle Bash will feature more than 90 artists and crafters selling handmade wares at South Side Event Center at Gilley’s. Shop from the finest in handmade goods from categories such as art & photography, baby & kids, bags & purses, body care, clothing, housewares, jewelry, paper & stationery and more.
Art Con X, November 15 – Art Conspiracy is turning 10 this year and pulling out all the stops in celebration. Art Con X, the 10th anniversary of its annual fundraising event, will feature the work of more than 150+ artists.
Chi Omega Christmas Market, November 21 – 22 – The 2014 Chi Omega Christmas Market, themed “Christmas in the City,” marks 37 years of giving and will bring a unique holiday shopping experience to Dallas’ Fair Park featuring more than 165 handpicked vendors from around the country.
The Trains at NorthPark, beginning November 22 – Trains at NorthPark takes off on its annual journey, delighting families and spreading holiday cheer.
Dallas City Lights, November 22 – City Lights marks the lighting of the official Downtown tree and a special arrival from Santa that you won’t want to miss! Enjoy family friendly activities along Main Street throughout the event.
The Annual YMCA Turkey Trot sponsored by Capital One Bank, November 27 – The YMCA Turkey Trot is a tradition that draws people from all over the country each year. Even if you’re not a runner or walker, there are fun activities for the whole family to enjoy!
Join the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day as they play the Philadelphia Eagles and the halftime show starring Pitbull won’t disappoint. Game time is 3:30 p.m.
Grand Tree Lighting Celebration at Galleria Dallas presented by Macy’s, November 28 at noon and November 29 at 6:00 p.m. World-class shows featuring Missile Toes, Galleria’s ice-skating, back-flipping, pyrotechnic Santa Claus, live performances by Olympic and National Champion-ranked skaters, and local children who introduce the lighting of the country’s tallest indoor tree.
Home for the Holidays, November 29 and 30 – The Texas Boys Choir and Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale join the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for a holiday concert. The perfect way to bring in the holiday season!
For the bravest of brave, black Friday shopping …
We wish you and yours the happiest of Thanksgivings!