• Historical sites celebrating African American heritage
    The month especially offers an abundance of opportunities to celebrate black heritage and begin an ongoing conversation with your kiddos about the African-American experience. 
  • Where to play when it's cold outside
     On cold and rainy days, savvy parents depend on a rotation of indoor playgrounds to keep the littles entertained. Here, our picks for the next time your brood needs to get the wiggles out.
  • Discover the History of Nearby Native Americans
    Both Texas and our neighbor to the north have sites aplenty to discover the rich history of local Native American tribes and to educate your family on their modern-day presence and cultural significance.
  • We can generally anticipate the monarch’s arrival in the first few weeks of October. Take advantage of our temporary winged visitors with a slew of local events celebrating their arrival. 
  • Trade the backyard water hose for a romp through an interactive water fountain, splash pad or spray park. We gathered a few of our favorite locales that have generous open times — and best of all, entry is absolutely free.
  • Stay the weekend at one of the local resorts with spectacular water parks of their own, get more out of your day with special events like outdoor movies over the water, or take it easy with a spa-water park hybrid experience.
  • Stocked Ponds and Beginner Workshops for Minis
    Good things may come to those who bait — er, wait — but kids’ attention spans and interests won’t typically last for a full-day fishing excursion. Equip the tackle box, and explore North Texas’ best spots for beginners.
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