In addition to its close proximity to Dallas and Grapevine Lake, Southlake offers many attractions and events during the exciting fall season. Entertainment, festivals and more bring fun to visitors and residents alike during the months leading up to the holiday season. Here are a few of the things to do and see in Southlake.
Kids love the Monster Mash – Saturday, October 26
This fun event happens in the town hall lobby and involves snacks door prizes and fun galore. Costumes are encouraged for all ages, and mummies and daddies are welcome.
Oktoberfest brings a festival – October 4, 5 and 6
Bring the whole family to three days of unique and handcrafted art and crafts, music, delicious foods and activities for kids as the Oktoberfest holiday is celebrated in Southlake. Included is the Weiner Dog Race, so bring Rover as well. It takes place in the Southlake Town Square. This year is the 12th anniversary of the event, and the exciting bands will keep everyone toe-tapping.
DSO on the Go Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents a concert – October 3
The series concert happens at White’s Chapel United Methodist Church, as the Dallas Symphony plays a selection of light classical and popular classical pieces. Soloists from the orchestra will enhance the event.
The MasterWorks Music Series brings swing, stomp and more – October 12 and November 9
It all happens in the Southlake Town Square at the Rustin Pavilion. Free admission promises fun and excitement to all. Stomp is on the menu in October, and November features Celtic Rock.
Southlake Home for the Holidays 2013 Tree Lighting – November 23
The holiday season gets its start in late fall with the lighting of the tree as well as photos with Santa and carriage rides. Live entertainment and strolling characters will add to the merriment.
Southlake has much to do for residents and visitors alike. In addition to fall events, Parks and Recreation sponsors a host of activities for all ages, including trips and athletic programs. Find out more about the city and view the calendar here. Fall brings the holiday season as well as Black Friday, celebrated by all the merchants and shoppers at Southlake Town Square. Whether it is shopping, family fun, art or music, there is an abundance of fun happening in Southlake this fall.
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