4 Family Friendly Events in Dallas

Here are some upcoming family friendly events that are happening in the Dallas area. It’s always a good idea to make time to spend with the family, especially in an age where we are all so busy with our daily lives. For more information on enjoying local celebrations, head over to .

April 13
GetKidzFitFest
10AM-3PM
at Centennial Building at Fair Park
1001 Washington Street
This is the twelfth annual GetKidzFitFest at the Centennial Building at Fair Park. This years theme is “Run, Learn & Play”. There will be interactive fitness activities, nutrition lessons, sports, games, inflatable obstacle courses, demonstrations, live entertainment, along with prizes. Every family who attends gets a free bag of fresh produce, and the event is also free to attend.

 

April 13
Food Truck Rally
12PM-8PM
at Klyde Warren Park
Come out to the second annual food truck rally. There will be a variety of foods available at this free event! With more than 25 local food trucks serving up dishes, you will not want to miss out on this event. There will be contests and other interactive activities like giant board games on the lawn, as live music from talented local musicians.

 

April 19
Kid’s Easter Cookie Decorating Class
1PM-2:30PM
at Kessler Baking Studio
1129 North Beckley Avenue
Here’s a great event for kids to exercise some creativity! This is a short cookie decorating class with that lasts about one and a half hours. They will provide recipes, cookies, and royal icing for the kids. The best part is that you’ll be able to taste their creations!

May 26
Memorial Day Music Fest
2PM-10PM
at Klyde Warren Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
This is the first ever Memorial Day musical festival at Klyde Warren Park. There’s a little something for everybody to enjoy with rock, jazz, classical, and country music being performed in the park. There will be a family game zone, face painting, food trucks, and local vendors selling unique goods here.

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