DALLAS JUNE NEWSLETTER
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LISTING OF THE MONTH: HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LIVING
Built in 1913, this historic building has been remolded into luxurious apartments. If you enjoy living modernly, with an antique twist, this is the community for you! These apartments have features such as original hardwood floors and 9 foot ceilings. You will also have access to a rooftop pool and state of the art fitness center!
In the middle of Downtown, you’ll won’t have to go far to visit all your favorite places and explore new things to do. However Trammel Crow park is only minutes away if you want to breath in some fresh air. You won’t ever be bored here!
Please follow social distancing measure and wear a mask. We also recommend that everyone follow basic sanitation practices.
1. NERF CHALLENGE
Your play pass gets you UNLIMITED access to 90,000 Square Feet of action-packed play, thousands of blasters, and millions of darts, football, baseball, basketball, and other sports games. It’s every NERF fan’s dream come to life!
- Date: Friday-Sunday June 30th – August 22nd
- Location: 1121 1st Avenue | Fair Park
- Time: Varies
- Admission: $30
- Website: Here
2. WHOAZONE AT GRAPEVINE
At Curate Local, they’re always looking for ways to live more sustainable, intentional lives. From the clothes we wear to the food we eat to the ways we spend our time, they strive to be responsible and thoughtful as they opt more and more for our community over consumerism. Enter The Slow Down Symposium, an event in collaboration with The Considerary, celebrating your imperfect progress toward a more sustainable world!
- Date: May 29th – September 6th
- Location: 3000 Meadowmere Lane | Meadowmere Park
- Time: Varies
- Admission: $18-45
- Website: Here
3. AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM PRESENTS 32ND TEXAS BLACK INVITATIONAL RODEO
Presented by the African American Museum, Dallas, the Texas Black Invitational Rodeo offers up an exciting night as approximately 300 African American cowboys and cowgirls compete for significant cash prizes in bronc and bull riding, calf and steer roping, barrel racing, a Pony Express relay race and more. Kicking off with the Grand Entry Parade, this fast-paced sporting event provides guests with their first glimpse of the historical contributions that African Americans contributed to the settling of the western United States. The family-friendly event also includes on-field kid activities.
- Date: July 31st
- Location: 1438 Coliseum Drive | Fair Park Coliseum
- Time: 7:00pm
- Admission: $10-25
- Website: Here
4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS IN DALLAS
Parades, fireworks and festivals return with a bang this Fourth of July as pandemic restrictions ease. Keep reading to find the perfect event to attend this weekend!
Liberty by the Lake – July 3rd-4th – Join for a weekend of family fun as we celebrate the birth of America’s freedom at the 24th Annual Liberty By The Lake festival. Saturday, July 3rd kick off the celebration with the Liberty 5K/10K/1M Presented by AT&T race out at The Old American Clubhouse, 1000 Lebanon Dr. Then on Sunday, July 4th finish the weekend with concert, food vendors and the best fireworks around!
Independence Day Celebration in Irving – July 3rd-4th – The City of Irving will host its annual Independence Day Celebration live and in-person this year, taking safety precautions for this two-day celebration. The community is invited to join in the celebration with this year’s theme, “Irving Brings Back the Spark.”
Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Festival – July 3rd-4th – The festival will feature live music with Vegas Stars, family fun activities such as airbrush tattoos and a petting zoo, and a 20-minute fireworks show after the last live race.
Frisco Freedom Fest – July 3rd-4th – A fireworks extravaganza is the dazzling finale on July 4, hosted by the City of Frisco, FC Dallas, and CoServ. The skies will light the night with a 20-minute show beginning at 9:45 p.m.
Castle Hills July 4th Freedom Festival – July 4th – The annual July 4th Freedom Festival, a community tradition for more than 20 years, is returning to Castle Hills at 5:30 p.m. The event features activities such as bounce houses, carnival games and music.
Plano’s All American 4th & Fireworks – July 4th – Plano’s All American 4th & Fireworks will be held both in-person and online for 2021. The in-person event begins at 6 pm on Sunday, July 4 at Red Tail Pavilion (formerly Oak Point Amphitheater).