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Celebration of Christmas CDs

A Celebration of Christmas, favorite anthems, hymns and carols from the First United Methodist Church, Dallas, Chancel Choir and handbells. CD includes: Joy to The World, O Magnum Mysterium, O Come, O Come, Immanuel, Hark! the Herald Angels Sing, Lo, How a Rose E're Blooming, Hallelujia! from Messiah and many more! You may make a donation to the Music and Arts Ministry of FirstChurch and pick up your copy in person, or for $3 shipping we will send a copy to you (or a loved one!).

Holiday Wonder Dallas

Magical Lanterns.  Lifetime of Memories. Family-friendly event illuminates holiday season with artistic wonderland creations, attractions and performances. Holiday Wonder debuts this winter as a new, unforgettable, family-friendly event in Dallas’s Fair Park to celebrate a season of light and magic.  The lights switch on Nov. 21 for a festival that runs through Jan. 7 around the historic lagoon at Fair Park in Dallas. Included in this celebration are magical lights, interactive attractions, performances and food from around the world to entertain and delight guests. At Holiday Wonder, visitors will marvel at millions of lights bringing to life holiday favorites in giant illuminated eye-catching displays, including stunning winterscapes, beautiful floating swans, perennial holiday favorites (including Santa Claus), and more. Guests will walk through a holiday wonderland that includes an enchanting snowflake corridor, playful polar bears and penguins, a 48-foot-tall Christmas tree, and more than a few holiday surprises. All displays are handmade by artisans whose specialized skills in lanterns go back generations, and are all-new, custom creations for this festival. In addition to the magical light displays, visitors will enjoy attractions that provide opportunities for unforgettable holiday memories. Experience the thrill of sledding with Santa’s Arctic Slide, a two-story slide like none other you’ve seen. Fun for kids and adults alike, this is a sledding adventure you will want to do again and again. A snowball throw allows visitors to get hands-on with winter fun, trying their hands at hitting targets with real snowballs. Write a letter to Santa and drop it in the mailbox to the Big Guy in Red. At Holiday Wonder, guests will also find a world-class acrobatics show and holiday celebrations of music and dance several times throughout the evening. Guests will enjoy authentic, delicious food from countries such as China, Germany, Mexico and the United States, and can shop for souvenirs to take home a piece of the holiday magic in the Holiday Wonder Market. Social media enthusiasts will enjoy snapping pictures of the beautiful lanterns, and sharing their images on Instagram. Event dates are NOV. 21, 2017 through JAN. 7, 2018. Daily. Operating hours are 5:30-10 p.m., Monday through Friday; and 3-10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.  It’s a return of magical lanterns in Fair Park this winter, featuring artistic illuminations of everyone’s favorite winter celebrations. Make Holiday Wonder your plan for holiday get-togethers this season. Admission to Holiday Wonder include lanterns and acrobatic show. Santa's Arctic Slide and Snowball are charged separately for a small fee: $2 for each slide down and $5 for a 5LB ice to make snowballs by yourself. The activities are optional.

21 Days To Christmas

Join the 21 Days to Christmas Challenge!  It includes:  - Nutritional Tips, Advice & Workshops - Group Support & Motivation via Facebook Private Group - Zumba, Yoga, Sculpt, Bootcamp $5 per class of choice or $30 for 30 days (Pay at Fit Mix Studio front desk) Fee: $21 total via paypal at

Donna and Mike's Annual Christmas Party and Toy Drive 2017

It's time for Donna and Mike's Annual Christmas Party and Toy Drive. For the second year in a row, The Brousseau's decided to host their Annual Christmas Party and Toy Drive at the luxurious and upscale Truth Nightclub of NorthPark . For the recipients of this years donations, The Brousseau's have chosen Jonathan's Place- A Safe Place · A Loving Home · A Promising Future Admission: Unwrapped Toy for a Boy

Santa's Helpers Holiday Camp - Fort Worth

FREE and open to the special needs community. We will have volunteers and therapists available to look after your child(ren) so you can finish your last minute Christmas shopping. Limited space is available. You must RSVP on the eventbrite link. If you have any questions or concerns please email


WHEN: 9AM -11:30pm Saturday, December 16th 9AM -11:30pm Sunday, December 17th   WHERE: LFG Cybercafe5500 Babcock Rd Suite 118, San Antonio TX 78240   HOW MUCH: $50 tournament early player entry fee if tickets are bought before December 1st. $70 tournament player entry fee if tickets are bought on or after December 1st. No ticket sales at the door.  All tickets must be bought online. All passes included free Red Bull throughout the event.   TEAM SIGN UP: No solo tournament players! You must register your team here to play in the tournament.   BYOC LAN: We will be using tournament systems for this event. Only bring your Keyboard, Mouse, Mouse Pad and Headset.  We will also have a limited amount of BYOC seats available for purchase. No matches will be played on your personal PC. Tournament systems specs are Intel i7 or Ryzen Quad Core16 GB Ram1080 GTX27″ 144hz Monitor No solo tournament players! You must register your team here to play in the tournament!  WINNERS: The cash prize pool will be directly funded by ticket sales up to $2,000 First Place Team: $1,000 Second Place Team: $600 Third Place Team: $400 Fourth Place Team: TBD   CHARITY PRIZE GIVEAWAYS: We believe that no child should wake up on Christmas morning without presents from Santa. Which is why at the SAN LAN WINTER 2017 event, in partnership with Toys for Tots, we will be collecting toys for the less fortunate children in our community. We are hoping to collect as many toys as possible and that each attendee will bring at least one $10 (or higher value) toy. In exchange for each toy donated, participants will receive 20 tickets. We will NOT be selling tickets at the December event. Keep in mind, Toys for Tots will not accept realistic looking weapons and food items.  Prize list coming soon!    

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The Best Things to do in Dallas with Kids

There’s no place like Dallas for the holidays! While we all know that Christmas is a time of magic and joy, entertaining the whole family all season can get a little bit stressful. Well, don’t get your tinsel in a tangle—we’ve compiled a list of the best things to do in Dallas with kids over the holidays. These top five best things to do with kids in Dallas are sure to guarantee cherished childhood memories. 1. Enchant, World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze & Market, Globe Life Park ($21.95-$84.95) Enchant Christmas is a magical place. Come and explore the immersive walk-through experience’s millions of lights twinkling away at the world's biggest light maze and help Santa find his nine brilliant reindeers. With an 8500 sq. ft ice pond, a traditional Christmas market, live nightly entertainment, and millions of sparkling festive lights, Enchant is brightening the Lone Star State every night through December 31st. There is so much snow—real snow!—along with a diverse range of food and drink vendors. Kids even get the chance to let Santa know what they wish for in his awe-inspiring Golden Palace; this magical winter wonderland is a can’t-miss experience this Christmas! Get tickets here. 2. The Grapevine’s North Pole Express, Grapevine ( from $25) Go dashing through the snow aboard the North Pole Express! Board the traditional Victorian Railway carriages at Grapevine, and sing Christmas carols and all the holiday hits with Santa’s little helpers. You will ride through an enchanted forest before Mr. and Mrs. Claus join you for more festive fun. With a meet-and-greet and family photo with the man in the red, the kids will be talking about this right through until the New Year! Get your tickets here. 3. Holiday in the Park - 6 flags over Texas, Arlington (Starting from $63.99 each) This will always be one of the best things to do with the kids in Dallas, but it is particularly special at this time of year. There are a variety of attractions and goodies available at the 212-acre theme park: sled down the frosty snow hill, marvel at the lone star lights, meet and greet with Santa's reindeer and then pop in to see the man in red to let him know what’s on your wishlist this Christmas. Get tickets here. 4. ICE! Featuring ‘Twas the Night before Christmas, Grapevine (Adults- from $29.99, Children from $16.99) Bring the spirit of Christmas to the heart of your children at ICE this season. Whether it’s crafts you crave or thrills you seek, ICE has something for the whole family to enjoy. While you’re at it, take a minute to admire the impressive ice sculptures—they’re sure to impress the young ones! Sometimes,…

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