Just because July 4th has come and gone doesn't mean the fireworks are over just yet! Check out all the great things to do this weekend in DFW. Enjoy the sizzling savings -- some are free!
The Frisco RoughRiders will not only provide some exciting Double-A baseball action but on Friday, July 6 and Saturday, July 7, the Independence Day celebration will continue with a fantastic fireworks display. Gametime is set for 7 p.m. each night. Details here. Don't miss the first-ever Dollar Hot Dog Night July 8 as the RoughRiders take on the Arkansas Travelers. First pitch is at 6 p.m. Sunday. If you can't make it out to the game, you can park at nearby Stonebriar Centre and enjoy the fireworks show.
Target First Saturdays
What's better than spending some time at the Nasher Sculpture Center? How about going for free? Details on Target First Saturdays. Check out the Photo Gallery for the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Lone Star Park
Love horse racing? Live country music? Check out Josh Abbott on July 6 and Billy Currington on July 7 at Lone Star Park. Details here. Saturday, July 7th is also Fan Appreciation Day at LSP. Enter to win prizes, gift cards and more. Deposit entry form on Saturday by 2 p.m. deadline for your opportunity to win. General admission is only $5 before 5 p.m. That's a major concert for only $5. You can't beat those odds and everybody's a winner!
Autism Awareness Family Celebration at DMA
Saturday, July 7 is Autism Awareness Family Celebration at the Dallas Museum of Art. It's a safe, comfortable way to introduce the museum to families of children with autism and show them how they can have a successful visit to the Museum with their child on the Autism Spectrum. Enjoy a morning all about movement move around with props in the Fleischner Courtyard, create art that moves in the studio, learn more about movement in works of art in the Center for Creative Connections Gallery, and move with music during an interactive musical performance. The event is free but requires registration; just email: Access@DallasMuseumofArt.org.
(Photo by Angela Patterson)