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Oct. 27-29, 6 p.m.

 Embrace the occasion by donning your most chilling attire and collect your exclusive Zombie Survival Kit upon check-in. Inside this kit, you'll discover a comprehensive map pinpointing a plethora of participating bars and nightclubs across Dallas, each offering exclusive entry privileges and bewitching drink specials. The kit also boasts a booklet of drink vouchers, ensuring discounts and even free Halloween-themed welcome shots at select venues. Wander the streets alongside your companions or unite with a spirited multitude of fellow revelers, all adorned in their Halloween best. 



Oct. 28, 3-7 p.m.

 an event filled with delectable treats, exciting games, fantastic prizes, and an abundance of candy. Don't miss the chance to showcase your creativity in our costume contest, where the top 6 outfits will be honored with special awards. This delightful gathering is open to everyone and comes at no cost to you. Be part of the fun! 



Oct. 26, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

 A deliciously devious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant named "Audrey II" - after their co-worker crush. As the plant grows, Seymour begins to realize how the plant that gave them everything desires to take everything (and everyone) in return. 




Oct. 28, 6-10 p.m.

  Old City Park on October 28, 2023,. Unleash your Halloween spirit with spine-chilling fun, featuring a live DJ, Costume Contest, Tarot Card Reader, Adult Trick or Treating, and more. Exclusive to ages 21+, bring your own beverages (BYOB) to enhance the eerie atmosphere. Get your tickets for $15 now! 



Oct. 28 – 29

 garden-wide trick-or-treating, live music on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn, and a delightful petting zoo. Kids can solve Halloween riddles, strut down the orange carpet, and revel in the festive atmosphere 



5:30PM Saturday, December 3, 2022

 Reliant lights up the holiday season at the AT&T Performing Arts Center! Bring your entire family for an evening of holiday magic and music. We’ll be illuminating the Center’s campus with dazzling LED lights to celebrate the arrival of the holiday season. 




 Prairie Lights is the premier holiday light park in Texas located at Lynn Creek Park on Joe Pool Lake in Grand Prairie, Texas. Prairie Lights 2022 will feature Holiday Village, the magical walk-thru forest, carnival rides, photos with Santa, holiday shopping and more. 




 Stroll and bid on 10 incredible gingerbread houses displayed at Highland Park Village merchants. Raises money for Community Partners of Dallas 



 The largest choreographed holiday lights and music show in North Texas are in Frisco. The Holiday lights and music will run daily 6-10 PM. This show is free to the public. Visitors may tune in to 107.3 FM on the radio in their vehicles, or listen to the music piped through speakers as they take a walk through the Square. 



 Steps off at 6pm. It’s an evening filled with exciting things to do throughout Downtown, from taking care of your holiday shopping to dining out in some of the finest restaurants in Fort Worth, all while enjoying the holiday spirit of the country’s top holiday parade. 



 40th annual. Since 1981, new generations of families turn out to experience the fun, family-friendly atmosphere of the Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot. When you register for the YMCA Turkey Trot, you’re signing up for more than just a race. You’re helping your neighbors in need during their most difficult times. 100% of the proceeds from the Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot go towards scholarships for families in our community. 



 8 mile race, 5K, Junior trot – Proceeds support the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas Community Health programs for children, adults, and families. 



Experience the magic of Christmas on board Grapevine Vintage Railroad’s North Pole Express®. Join Mrs. Claus on a 40- to 45-minute holiday adventure as she takes her guests to bring Santa to the Christmas Capital of Texas®. Guests will receive a cookie baked in Mrs. Claus’s North Pole kitchens, a beautiful “We Believe” bell, and a taste of Santa’s Frosty Chocolate Snow Milk (served in a keepsake Memory Mug). Grapevine is your top Christmas destination. Remember us for your Christmas getaway!



 The Christmas season kicks of in Granbury with the Night of Lights Parade and continues with such fun as Santa’s House, a Candlelight tour of the square, musicals, nativities, and more. 



 Visits with Santa, shopping, children’s activities and more 


  • 2023 Arlington Thanksgiving Day 5K/1 Mile Run


 RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP BEGINS AT 6:00 AM AT RACE SITE. T-shirt sizes (except for pre-registered/pre-paid Youth Sizes and paid 2XL/3XL upgrades) are not guaranteed for Race Day pick-up. Pick up packets early to get your desired shirt size. 



 Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) is an American progressive rock band founded in 1996 by producer, composer, and lyricist Paul O'Neill, who brought together Jon Oliva and Al Pitrelli 



 Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market 2023 is a 4-day regional consumer show, organized by the Junior League of Fort Worth. The event will be held on October 12-15, 2023 in Fort Worth, Texas 




 The Arthritis Foundation’s original Jingle Bell Run is a fun way to get decked out and be festive, while racing to raise funds and awareness to cure America’s #1  



 A special one-hour long family-friendly performance of our popular Christmas Pops concert featuring the Dallas Symphony Children’s Chorus. Come early and enjoy a variety of pre-concert activities 



 Celebrate historic traditions with holiday crafts, games, and more! Holiday activities include visiting and taking photos with Santa, making a holiday ornament to take home, and learning about how our ancestors celebrated the holidays. 



 The Candlelight Christmas in Ryan Place Tour of Homes happens every December, and offers homes from mansions to bungalows that represent the architectural range within Ryan Place. 5 homes will be on display and open for guided tours. Proceeds from the Tour benefit Ryan Place neighborhood historical preservation and infrastructure initiatives. Saturday noon-9PM, Sunday noon-5PM. 



 Witness Southlake’s Home for the Holidays annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. This event is free for the whole family to enjoy. The holiday festivities begin on Saturday, November 18, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. The Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place in front of Southlake Town Hall at 6 p.m., followed by a one-minute fireworks show! 



 Shop small & local at the Funky Finds Holiday Shopping Experience! There’s no better place to shop for unique handmade and vintage items that will set you apart this holiday season. Free Admission, Family AND Pet Friendly, Fundraising benefits Saving Hope Animal Rescue and DFW Toys for Tots, Photos with Santa, and more! Shop local with 200+ makers & pickers on Saturday, November 18th, 10-5 and Sunday, November 19th, 11-4 at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas 



 See GRAMMY® award-winning duo for KING + COUNTRY for their Drummer Boy Christmas Tour! Brothers Joel and Luke will be bringing holiday cheer this Christmas season, performing Christmas classics 



 The beloved holiday tradition continues with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performing transcendent anthems, classical holiday favorites and sing-along carols. Your favorite holiday vocalists join the DSO and our choruses to bring a bit of Christmas magic to the Meyerson. Sprinkle in an appearance by you-know-who, a bit of snow and the joyous music of the DSO and there is nothing quite like it. 



 Annually, HDNP International organizes a blanket drive. We raise funds to buy gifts, blankets and sleeping bags for the homeless in the DFW Metroplex. During the holiday time, the homeless have no reason to celebrate or any media to do it. They have no one that buys them gifts or feeds them a good meal. We want to make them happy and provide them with warm blankets and gifts to survive the cold. We want your support. Please help our cause! 



 With her Verve Records debut, Linger Awhile, 23-year-old Bronx native Samara Joy made a case to join the likes of Sarah, Ella, and Billie as the next mononymous jazz singing sensation recorded by the venerable label. That legacy was cemented when she was named "Best New Artist" at this year’s Grammys. The first Gen Z jazz superstar, Samara’s voice — rich and velvety — has already earned her legions of fans around the world. In this special holiday show, Joy performs with three generations of her family on dreamy, gospel-infused interpretations of Christmas gems "O Holy Night," "Warm in December," and more. 



 Based on the best-selling book and play by Barbara Robinson, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical is the story of the Herdmans, who are the worst kids in the history of the world. They lie, they steal, they bully other kids, and they smoke smelly cigars. There used to be only one place where you’d never see them—church. This all changes when Charlie Bradley brags that his Sunday school offers free snacks. All six of the Herdmans show up at church in search of pizza, cookies and Hawaiian Punch, and end up in the Christmas pageant. Charlie’s mom, Grace, is the novice director, who not only casts them in the show but, much to the dismay of the other kids, lets them play all the leads. Grace instantly finds herself caught between two forces of nature—the Herdmans and Helen Armstrong, who speaks for all of the outraged citizens of the town. Grace has two choices: get rid of the Herdmans, or let them stay and risk being blamed for the worst pageant in the history of the world. This show is suitable for all audiences. 



 “Surviving the Holidays” will help you navigate the holiday’s. Are you wondering how you will survive the weeks surrounding Thanksgiving and Christmas? Are you dreading these holidays, knowing that everything has changed and that happy memories from past years can’t be recreated? This class is for you. 



 Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Friday, December 8 Doors 7:00PM, Show 8:00PM All Ages On sale: Friday, July 28, 10:00 am 




 “What’s this?! What’s this?!” The beloved animated classic that celebrates two very different holidays turns 30 this year, and we’re celebrating with anniversary screenings throughout October!  Throughout the final weekend of October and leading up to All Hallow’s Eve (or “Halloween” for you non-ancient horror folks), we’re programming a nonstop series of our favorite spooky season flicks! 



 Christmas in the Park is led by the S.M. Wright Foundation to spread holiday cheer by providing underprivileged families with brand new toys, bed sets, coats, bicycles, as well as food, clothing and household items. 




 The Bravo Spirit Christmas Classic 2023 Cheerleading Competition is scheduled to take place December 9, 2023, in Arlington, Texas. 



 Huge Beautiful crowns, Megas receive $1,000 plus more paying titles. Join us for a Fabulous after party! 



 This Cirque-styled Christmas show features dazzling acrobatics, feats of flexibility, and high-flying stunts. This Broadway-style spectacle centers around Noel, a child dismayed and distressed by the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Trying to recapture her lost love of the season, she is visited by spirits who bring back the true meaning of the season in energetic, dreamlike chapters. 



 Pentatonix has that special a cappella swag, something that most singing groups tend to lack. They can sing, dance, harmonize and put together a respectable arrangement in just minutes. 




 BethanyMBC Music and Fine Arts Ministry Christmas pageant "Christmas at Bethany" featuring the P.R.O.O.F Praise Dancers, the Youth Choir, Praise & Worship Team, Men's Chorus and the A.L. Schley Choir along with special guest the Jackson family 



 We’re fortunate that Christmastime means Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Snoopy, and friends are back at DCT by popular demand! Rediscover the true reason for the season while sharing laughs with the Peanuts Gang along the way. As a live combo fills your heart with music, merriment, and warmth, Charles Schulz’s classic special makes you nostalgic for days gone by. Button up your coat, and meet us on the ice as the Baker Theater becomes a most awesome skating rink! 



 Bring the family to meet Santa and get family pictures with the Jolly ol Fella.  



 Cirque Musica Holiday Wonderland is a must-see holiday event to usher in the magic of the season. Igniting joy and wonder to your theater like never before, Wonderland is an all-new musical journey that will transport audiences to a magical land far away for a fun-filled holiday-themed show experience they will never forget. 



  This show is always so much fun! Vendors, food & lots of fun. This is a very family friendly location with a playground for the kids. Lots of good parking for the show. There are always good vendors – get a little shopping in early. Bring the family and join us. 



 With their Emmy Award winning PBS special now airing across the country, and Billboard chart topping albums, it's easy to see why The Texas Tenors are America's favorite new tenors. Since their whirlwind debut six years ago on NBC's America's Got Talent, The Texas Tenors have accumulated a long list of awards, accolades and excited fans. They have performed more than 1000 concerts around the world, including a 24-city tour in the United Kingdom, Shanghai, China and collaborations with some of the most prestigious symphonies in the US. People are clearly enjoying their talent as they were recently named the #10 Classical Artist in the world according to Billboard magazine. 



 The Downtown Cabaret Theatre is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization that provides audiences in and around Fairfield County with a wide variety of musical and theatrical entertainment. In a tables and chairs style seated venue and a BYOB and Picnic policy, the Downtown Cabaret Theatre provides three distinct stages of entertainment: Main Stage Theatre, Main Stage Concert, and their award-winning professional Children’s Theatre.
Elevate your expectations on 10 Dec, 2023 at 02:00 AM. Christmas In the Movies Cabaret is more than an event – it's an opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of Arts and Theater excellence. From enriching workshops to awe-inspiring performances, this Theater at Casa Manana in Texas, United States promises to elevate every facet of your experience. Don't miss your chance to be part of something extraordinary with tickets starting at 224.00 USD. 



 Help maintain a safe course by redirecting traffic away from participants and guiding participants in the right direction. Feel free to bring pom-poms, horns, music, instruments, signs, etc. to encourage and cheer on runners. Bonus for creative costumes! 



 ICE!, our signature holiday attraction, features your favorite scenes from the beloved story "Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas!," brought to life in magnificent sculptures hand-carved from more than 2 million pounds of ice. 



 We are putting on a Community Festival full with games for all ages, food trucks, vendors and will showcase local talent. Come Join us!!! 



 Hailing from Broken Arrow, OK, JD McPherson has recorded four studio albums and toured extensively at venues worldwide, including festival sets at Glastonbury, Bonnaroo and Newport Folk Festival, among many others. Rolling Stone has described his music as “Timeless, forward-thinking rock & roll.” His 2017 LP, Undivided Heart & Soul, was released to widespread critical acclaim with NPR praising, “McPherson’s mastery of rock and soul fundamentals is beyond question, but his voice moves in wild ways on these songs, and the band exudes a new kind of risky energy.” 



 Sarah Brightman, the world’s best-selling Soprano and UNESCO Artist for Peace Ambassador, has amassed sales of more than 30 million, receiving awards in over 40 countries and garnering over 1 billion streams worldwide. She originated the role of Christine Daaé in the world-renowned The Phantom of the Opera on both West End and Broadway stages and has performed at such prestigious events as the Concert for Diana, The Kennedy Center Honors and the Barcelona and Beijing Olympic Games. 




 Howdy Howlidays 2023! 



 Join us at the Snowflake Bazaar, a delightful event filled with festive cheer! Get ready for two days of shopping, entertainment, and holiday fun 



 Celtic Angels Christmas is a joyous celebration from start to fifinish, encompassing vocal and instrumental Holiday and Irish favourites. Paired with show stopping world class champion Irish dancing and a fully live band, Celtic Angels Christmas is sure to awe and entertain. 




Get ready for a dazzling yuletide extravaganza as The Pin Up Girls return to the Reid Cabaret Theater at Casa Manana, Fort Worth, for a Christmas spectacular! No doubt adorned in their eternally glamorous attire, prepare for a night filled with music, laughter and seasonal merriment. Treating us to a selection of holiday classics, some special tuneful surprises added in for good measure are sure to bring a playful twist to your evening. Join the girls this year to raise a toast to the big man who brings the festive cheer all around the world! Suitable for most audiences.



 This musical tells the story of Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman who lives life to its fullest…and then some! Edward’s incredible, larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him—but his son is determined to find the truth behind his father’s epic tales. 



 Y'all are invited to the Grand Opening Event of Camp Bowtie Babes & Neon Honky Tonk, in collaboration with SkinCeuticals! Get ready for a night of fun, music, and beauty at our brand-new location in Fort Worth, TX, USA. 




We’re thrilled to invite you to the reopening of the Gracias Christmas Cantata U.S. Tour!

That’s right, it’s really happening, and we can’t wait to bring you and your family good tidings of great joy.



 The Annual Texas Country Music Awards, well known as the biggest event specifically highlighting the Texas Country Music industry, will be held on November 12, 2023. Nominations begin in April 2023 and Voting begins in June 2023. 




Bring your day 1’s and rock your favorite AJ1’s every Friday at this #1 sought after kickback in Dallas’ Design District!

Ladies, you can leave the heels at home - we’re on our sneaker game (sneaker gaaame haha)

Comfy cute, sporty fresh, or suits and sneaks - whatever your personality, this event is sure to satisfy!

- Cash Bar with $5 drink specials all night

- Hip-Hop, R&B, Afro Beats

- Good food by Louisiana Chefs (vegan, GF, & non-vegan options available)



 Berg Hospitality Group, the parent hospitality company for B&B Butchers & Restaurant in Fort Worth, first founded its annual “First Responders Appreciation Week” in 2017 after Hurricane Harvey in Houston and has been committed to continuing the tradition to thank and honor those on the front lines. 




This free group focuses on facilitating social interaction in a group setting and using communication with others all while incorporating movement through music.

This group is for ages 0-5. This material was funded by USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – SNAP This institution is an equal opportunity provider.



 The 16-time GRAMMY Award winning artist, songwriter, producer, and cultural icon KIRK FRANKLIN will play Dickies Arena on Friday, November 24th along w/ Tye Tribbett, David and Tamela Mann, The Clark Sisters and Israel Houghton for the REUNION TOUR! 




Ring in the Christmas season with a soul-stirring evening of live music and worship starring celebrated recording artist, songwriter, and 6-time Dove Award recipient Tauren Wells, with singer/songwriter and 2022 Billboard Chartbreaker Katy Nichole, and inspiring and gifted singer/songwriter and chart-topping recording artist Jordan Smith, winner of season 9 of The Voice.

This Is Jesus is a concert and worship event designed to help individuals feel the unparalleled love of Jesus and foster a spirit of unity among believers. The production features award-winning musicians and internationally recognized recording artists from the Contemporary Christian market and beyond, supported by a live band, multi-denominational choir, and dynamic multimedia elements.


Jewish Holidays



  • History for Celebrating the Jewish Festivals in 2023


The history of the Jewish festivals goes back to the bible. These are the days when the Israelites were freed from their slavery in Egypt. They were led by Moses to the promised land. These holidays have been celebrated for thousands of years and are very important to the Jewish people.



  • Rosh Hashanah


The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is a time of celebration and reflection. It marks the beginning of the Ten Days of Repentance, during which Jews reflect on their sins and ask for forgiveness.

Rosh Hashanah lasts for two days and is celebrated with a feast that includes traditional foods like apples and honey. It’s also a time for prayer and family gatherings. Special services are held in synagogues, and many Jews take the time to reflect on their relationships with God.



  • Yom Kippur


Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is one of the holiest days of the Jewish year. It is a day of fasting and reflection when we ask for forgiveness for our wrongdoing and pledge to make changes in our lives going forward. This year, Yom Kippur will begin in the evening on Tuesday, September 13th, and end in the evening on Wednesday, September 14th. During these 24 hours, we fast from eating and drinking and focus on prayer, repentance, and charity. We also abstain from wearing leather and using electrical devices. Yom Kippur is a time for introspection and to think about how we can make our lives more meaningful. We take stock of our actions over the past year – both intentional actions such as those that bring us closer to God, as well as unintentional acts that may have caused harm or hurt to others – so that we can make amends by asking God’s forgiveness. It is a day of reconciliation with God, with ourselves, and with one another.



  • Sukkot


Love the outdoor vibes? Sukkot is the Jewish festival for you! Also known as the Feast of Booths or Feast of Tabernacles, it is celebrated on the 15th day of Tishrei (which is around September/October in the Gregorian calendar). On Sukkot, people build and eat in a sukkah—a makeshift hut in which rain can come through. I know what you’re thinking—it might be a bit cold eating outside during Autumn! But no worries—the hut has to be made out of natural materials (not plastic or metal) and open to the sky, so we can keep cozy using blankets and warm clothes. The main activities on Sukkot involve rejoicing over our abundance and gratitude for nature’s seasonal harvest. Jews also believe that this was one of the times when Egyptian slaves left Egypt and went into the desert to wander for 40 years. To commemorate this event, we practice four kinds of rituals during Sukkot: dwelling in a sukkah, reciting special prayers, waving four species (lulav, etrog, willow branches, and myrtle leaves), and performing joyous acts such as dancing and singing.



  • Simchat Torah


Simchat Torah is one of the lesser-known Jewish festivals and is celebrated in the seventh month of Tishrei, usually in late October or early November. It honors the conclusion of the annual cycle of public reading from the Torah. A central feature of the Simchat Torah includes the Hakafot procession, where people march around carrying Torah scrolls decorated with flowers and ribbons. During Simchat Torah, different parts of the synagogue sing together, creating a powerful atmosphere. Depending on your community’s tradition, this may include singing special prayers for healing or a good year ahead. Another common activity at Simchat Torah is kiddush – celebrating with wine and food – that symbolizes a festive end to the Cycle of Torah. This is also a popular time for children to carry tiny replicas of TORAH scrolls while they parade around the synagogue, an experience that helps them develop an emotional connection to Judaism and its rituals. Simchat Torah truly captures the joyous spirit of Judaism by coming together to celebrate with food, music, and dancing!



  • Hanukkah


Hanukkah marks the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, and it’s one of the most exciting and meaningful of all Jewish holidays. The celebration lasts for eight days and nights, beginning on the 25th day of Kislev. This year, Hanukkah will begin in the evening on December 1st and end in the evening on December 9th. During this time, Jewish families will typically light the menorah (a nine-branched candelabra), eat fried foods (like latkes and sufganiyot) to commemorate the miracle of the oil that allowed the Maccabees to keep a single flame burning for eight days, play dreidel (a spinning top game), exchange gifts, and sing traditional songs like “Rock of Ages.”

Hanukkah is a time to come together as a community and celebrate faith, heritage, and family—and is sure to be an annual highlight!



  • Purim


March 17th is the holiday of Purim, a joyous and festive occasion that commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people from great danger in ancient Persia. On this day, Jews celebrate by dressing up in costumes, exchanging gifts, and eating traditional food such as pastries called Hamantaschen.

During Purim services, congregants read the story of Esther from the Megillah or Scroll of Esther. This is a festive event filled with music and noise to celebrate and remember this significant moment in Jewish history. Children also dress up and bring noisemakers called graggers to drown out any mention of wicked Haman’s name during the reading. Many also give tzedakah (charity) during Purim to those less fortunate. Finally, it is customary to have a celebratory meal with family and close friends during Purim, where fried foods such as latkes or sufganiyot are served.



  • Pesach


Pesach, also known as Passover, is one of the most widely celebrated Jewish festivals and marks the passage from slavery to freedom. It’s typically celebrated in late March or early April and typically lasts for eight days. During this time, Jews abstain from eating chametz, which is any type of leavened product made from wheat, barley, rye, spelled, or oats. Instead, they consume only matzo (unleavened bread). The festival is also observed by engaging in well-known rituals such as the cleaning of the house to remove all traces of chametz to the reading of the Haggadah at dinner each night. During Pesach, it’s also traditional to visit family members and friends throughout the eight days of celebration. It’s a great way to reconnect with our loved ones while honoring an important tradition.



  • Shavuot


Shavuot is one of the most beloved Jewish festivals, and it’s coming up in 2023! Celebrated seven weeks after the start of Passover, Shavuot is the commemoration of God giving the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai. This festival is typically celebrated for two days and includes lots of delicious food, dancing, and prayer. One of the biggest traditions associated with Shavuot is eating cheesecake and other dairy products. This originates from a midrash which tells us that when God gave us the Torah at Mount Sinai, we were so excited that our mouths were full of milk and honey. The custom to prepare dairy dishes for Shavuot to commemorate this moment has been around for centuries! On this festive day, people also often decorate their homes with flowers and plants as an ode to the natural beauty surrounding Mount Sinai at the time the Torah was received. So if you’re looking forward to celebrating Shavuot in 2023, mark your calendar now and get ready for a day full of festive traditions!



  • Shabbat


Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest, 25 hours from sundown Friday to nightfall Saturday. Shabbat has played an important role in Jewish life for centuries and is considered a sacred and special time for Jews around the world. During this time, it is customary to light candles and bless the wine, in addition to attending synagogue services. On Shabbat, it is forbidden to do any kind of creative work such as writing or cooking, as well as activities like driving and using electrical devices. On Shabbat day, many Jews will spend the afternoon with family in their homes leisurely eating meals and discussing religion or other topics. Jews around the world celebrate this holy day according to their traditions and customs.



  • Shemini Atzeret


Shemini Atzeret is a Jewish Festival that celebrates the end of the harvest season. It is observed on the 22nd day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, which usually falls in September or October. This festival is one of the most important days of the year for Jewish people, and it is traditionally celebrated by spending time in prayer and reflection. Shemini Atzeret also marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.



  • Tisha B Av


Tisha B’Av is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar. It’s a day of mourning that commemorates the destruction of both the first and second temples in Jerusalem. And it’s a day when we mourn all of the other tragedies that have befallen the Jewish people over the years. It’s a somber day, marked by fasting and prayer. And many Jews spend it in a synagogue, listening to stories of loss and lamenting our broken world.




Thanksgiving For Homeless



 is serving a Thanksgiving lunch to people experiencing homelessness 



 evangelism team plans to give away meals to those in need of help. 



 will feed the community for free. No registration required. 



  are feeding all active first responders, retired veterans, medical professionals and their immediate families with complimentary Thanksgiving dinners sponsored by Operation Forever Free. A traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings will be served in The Statler’s restaurant, Scout, with football playing on the big screen. 




 is hosting a Thanksgiving potluck for a “magical evening of friendship and community — divine prosperity. Bring your friend or family, your favorite dish and an open heart.” 



 We are serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal, desserts, and coffee and watching movies on our large screens on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd, from 8:00 am – 2 pm. The meal will be at OurCalling, 1702 S Cesar Chavez Blvd. We need volunteers to help with everything from set-up the day before to cleaning up that afternoon. 



 The annual Thanksgiving event provides hot meals, groceries, and clothing to low-income and homeless families in the South Dallas community. Previously, 3,000 or more families benefited from this event. 



 Vouchers for turkey along with side items given for a Thanksgiving meal to those in need. 

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