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Christmas Prairie Lights are an Annual Tradition

Prairie Lights takes visitors on a two-mile drive featuring 4 million lights that drew 230,000 visitors in 2016 and will be better than ever in 2017.

Garden Tips for December

The garden doesn’t take a vacation in winter; there is still plenty to keep us busy.

Sierra Club Taking Registrations for Big Bend Trip

30 Years of Holiday Model Trains for Charity

The Trains at NorthPark, the state’s most elaborate miniature toy train exhibit, will be on display from November 18 through January 7.

Turkey Trot a Thanksgiving Tradition Since 1967

Nearly 30,000 participants are expected to turn out for the eight-mile race and 5K fun run.

Whole Foods Now Open in Irving

Irving residents are now able to shop at a new Whole Foods Market grocery store at 6714 North MacArthur Boulevard.

EARTHxFilm Calling for Entries

The second annual EARTHxFilm festival for $25,000 in filmmaker prizes to be awarded at EARTHx, the world’s largest annual eco forum, is looking for documentary, narrative and short submissions for April 2018 in Dallas.

Mission Accomplished for Bush Twins

Former first daughters Barbara Bush and Jenna Bush Hager will tell tales and discuss their new book, Sisters First: Stories from our Wild and Wonderful Life, at 6:30 p.m.on November 5th.

The Veggie Fair Promotes Kindness to Animals

The Texas Veggie Fair (TVF), which attracted 10,000 attendees last year, will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., October 21, at Reverchon Park.

Race to Save Lives

The Susan G. Komen Dallas Race for the Cure, held October 28 at NorthPark Center, funds life-saving breast health services to the underserved in Dallas County.

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