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Author: Entrust Energy
Date: November 22, 2018
The holiday season has started, and Texans across the Lone Star state have plenty to look forward to. From festive celebrations to markets, here are just a few of the events planned for Texans like you. Be sure to mark your calendars!
Enchant Christmas | Nov. 24–Dec. 31, 2018
More than a shopping experience, Enchant draws visitors from all over to explore the world’s largest Christmas light maze. But beyond the lights, ice-skating, live music, and festivities, shoppers will enjoy more than 90 vendor stalls at the artisans market.
12 Days of Christmas at Dallas Arboretum | Nov. 9, 2018–Dec. 31, 2018
The Dallas Arboretum is stunning any day of the year, but their 12 Days of Christmas display is truly enchanting. Twelve 25-foot-tall gazebos mesmerize visitors as they stroll through the park. Each gazebo tells part of the story of the 12 Days of Christmas, containing larger-than-life, ornately designed characters.
The Trains at NorthPark | Nov. 17, 2018–Jan. 6, 2019
Trains often symbolize the magic of Christmas, and nowhere is that captured better than at The Trains at NorthPark. Featuring 1,600 feet of track, visitors watch miniature trains travel from coast to coast across the landscape of America. For 30 years Dallasites have enjoyed this tradition, which has raised more than $13 million for Ronald McDonald House.
Home for the Holidays…A McKinney Christmas | Nov. 23–Nov. 25, 2018
Have a hefty dose of Christmas cheer in downtown McKinney. A Christmas tree lighting, petting zoo, ice-skating, rides, and shopping have everyone feeling jolly.
Ice Skating at Discovery Green | Nov. 16, 2018–Jan. 27, 2019
Every year Discovery Green becomes a winter wonderland in the middle of the Bayou City. Feel your holiday spirit intensify as you skate across Discovery Green’s ice rink.
Houston Zoo Lights | Nov. 17, 2018–Jan. 13, 2019
Kids of all ages enjoy the animal-themed displays twinkling in the night, and the magnificent oak trees wrapped in thousands of colorful lights. With food and drinks to warm your belly, Houston Zoo Lights makes for a wonderfully festive evening of fun.
Entrust Energy wishes you happy holidays!
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