Kid Film Festival
Dallas; 214-821-6300; www.usafilmfestival.com
Sponsored annually by USA Film Festival,
the Kid Film Festival features classic and
new quality children’s films at various
Dallas area venues.
Martin Luther King Birthday Parade
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
2922 Martin Luther King Blvd., Dallas
The annual Martin Luther King Parade
in downtown Dallas honors the late civil
rights leader every January.
Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
3400 Burnett-Tandy Dr., Fort Worth
The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo has
entertainment for all ages. The 2014 rodeo
will mark this DFW tradition’s 118th year.
Dallas Home and Garden Show +
Fort Worth Home and Garden Show
Dallas Market Hall; 2200 N Stemmons Fwy.
Fort Worth Convention Center
1201 Houston St., Fort Worth
This bi-annual event features innovative ideas
for your home and garden. Event dates in
both Dallas and Fort Worth as well as others
cities across Texas in the Spring and Fall.
Dallas Market Hall
2200 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas
Enjoy collectible cars and the latest auto
innovations at the annual Dallas auto show
in Dallas Market Hall.
Fort Worth Bead Market
Amon Carter Exhibit Hall, Will Rogers Center
3400 Burnett Tandy Dr, Fort Worth
Held twice a year in February and July the
Fort Worth Bead Market is a treasure trove
for jewelry makers.
West End’s Mardi Gras Parade
1010 First Avenue, Dallas
Celebrate a Texas Style Mardi Gras in
Dallas’ historic West End.
Spring Gallery Night
Fort Worth • www.fwada.com/gallerynight.html
Many of the Fort Worth area’s most significant art galleries hold open houses.
Texas Indian Market & Southwest Showcase
Arlington Convention Center, Arlington
Art, food and many Native American acts
such as the Ehecatl Aztec Dancers. Entry is
$12, Children under age 13 get in free
SMU McFarlin Auditorium, 6405 Boaz Lane
The Russian American Center presents a
traditional Russian ballet, music and art at
SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium.
Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival
An annual multicultural festival regarded
as one of the nation’s premiere fine art and
fine craft fairs, there’s much more than art.
With street performers, concerts, great food,
and kid’s activities, there’s something for
everyone. Attendance is free.
Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s
Usually held the Saturday before St.
Patrick’s Day, this Dallas tradition is fun for
the entire clan.
Denton Arts and Jazz Festival
Denton’s Quakertown Park and Facilities
321 East McKinney, Denton
(Corner of McKinney and Bell)
This free three-day event features talented
artists and jazz musicians. It is one of
DFW’s most popular festivals
Euless City Hall Complex
201 N. Ector Dr., Euless
A family oriented festival encouraging tree
planting. Events include a business expo,
kids’ rides, and nightly entertainment.
Deep Ellum Arts Festival
Talented artists from around the DFW
area show off their work in Dallas’ historic
Deep Ellum neighborhood.
Air Power Expo
Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve
Base at Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth
Enjoy the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels’ aerial
acrobatics. The show is part of the annual
Dallas-Fort Worth Navy Week aimed at
educating the public about the Navy’s
community projects, etc.
FEBRUARY & APRIL: Dallas Blooms
Dallas Arboretum • 8525 Garland Rd., Dallas • www.dallasarboretum.org
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden presents Dallas Blooms:
FLOWER POWER, the Southwest’s largest spring floral festival, spon-
sored by IBERIABANK. Get your groove on in the garden with Peace,
Love and Blooms, featuring more than 500,000 spring blooming bulbs,
florally decorated topiary VW bugs and many activities.