The Dallas-Fort Worth area offers a variety of events to the residents of the communities. There will be events for individuals of all ages, according to My Area Network.
Take Flight: The Inaugural Performance is putting on a show at the Arts Mission Oak Cliff, located at 410 South Windomere Avenue in Dallas on November 19. My Area Network describes the evening as “a stunning evening of live music and dance, featuring a special collaboration with Verdigris Ensemble,” being performed by the Pegasus Contemporary Ballet.
From 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., Maggiano’s Little Italy is hosting an event called Maggiano’s Kids Cooking Class – Thanksgiving. This will be located at 205 North Park Center in Dallas.
My Area Network states that “kids will learn how to stuff their own mini turkeys and make pumpkin pie.” Ages six to thirteen are recommended for this class.
For twenty dollars per child, they receive instructions from a Chef, a breakfast buffet, and a customizable chef hat, and an apron. For ten dollars, the adults accompanying the child can also enjoy the breakfast buffet and beverages while watching their child learn to stuff a turkey.
The 2021 Annual Thanksgiving Celebration will be held on Wednesday, November 24 from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. This event will be located at 1702 South Cesar Chavez Boulevard in Dallas. Big screens will play movies and they will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal, along with desserts and warm coffee.
The Bill Bates Thanksgiving Tailgate Party will be held on Thursday, November 25 at noon. This event will be located at 816 North Collins in Arlington. This event is an “all-inclusive tailgate party for 3.5 hours before kickoff – directly across the street from AT&T Stadium,” according to My Area Network.
General Admission tickets for the Bill Bates Thanksgiving Tailgate Party will include a live DJ, big-screen television, games, raffles, and more. Eddie Dean’s will be catering their barbeque along with unlimited Miller Lite, margaritas, and wine.