Christmas

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 10:54am

By Kayla Roberts ‘Tis the season for twinkling lights, gift shopping and family activities. The holidays bring plenty of events from traditional to unconventional to the Fort Worth area, so if you are looking for activities to get you in the spirit, here are 50 Christmas-themed things to do...

Posted By Anthony Ruiz on 2016 Nov 17 - 11:42am

Image via Brian Luenser YouTube channel A 57-foot tree from Michigan now stands in downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square Plaza. The tree will be decorated all week, followed by the annual Christmas tree lighting on Saturday. This year, the lights will all be LED and will also be powered by...

Posted By Anthony Ruiz on 2016 Nov 9 - 12:13pm

Christmas season is upon us, which means that you can finally take out those decorations you’ve been waiting all year to hang up. The most wonderful time of the year brings multiple festive events to Fort Worth and surrounding cities. So just in case you don’t have anything planned yet...

Posted By Christy Dunaway Smith on 2015 Nov 22 - 4:10pm

Best Christmas Holiday Events in DFW
Welcome to the very first best Christmas Events and Activities in DFW 2015! My wildly popular ULTIMATE and BEST Christmas Lights in DFW (which has been clicked on more than 100,000) became so long, that it was time to give these activities and events there very own proper place. After 40 plus...

Posted By Amy Horany on 2014 Nov 11 - 5:06pm

Touring begins for Fort Worth, Texas magazine's Holiday House Nov. 8, and runs through Nov.23. Admission is $10 and benefits the Ronald McDonald House. For more information regarding touring dates and times, visit our events page.

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 3 - 8:46am

Everything is bigger and better when viewed through the eyes of children.

I was thumbing through a new Christmas catalog the other day and came across a rather unique gift item. It was a DNA test kit developed by a California company specifically designed to trace your cat’s ancestry. I’m not kidding. And it seems relatively simple to use. First, gently...