Boo! It’s just about Halloween Weekend and it’s going to be a warm one. I hope no one purchased warm costumes! Here are some fun things happening over the weekend, for more check the PAM Calendar.
Safety Town Fall Festival
Frisco Fire Safety Town
Our village will be decorated, and the Safety Town residents will be on hand to pass out treats. Parking is very limited on site, so we strongly encourage visitors to use our free remote parking shuttle service from the Frisco Athletic Center (5828 Nancy Jane Lane).
Little Shop of Horrors
Repertory Company Theatre, Richardson
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
A nerdy florist finds his chance for success and romance with the help of a giant man-eating plant who demands to be fed.
Star Wars Day
Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas
Spend the day on the “dark side” with the 501st Legion and with the Rebel Legion “good guys.” The Mandalorian Mercs “bounty hunters” and your favorite R2-D2 and BB-8 Astromech Droids will also be here! These all-volunteer Star Wars costuming organizations contribute to the North Texas community through appearances and events. Red Carpet Costume Contest at 2pm. Enter a galaxy far, far away through the Museum’s planetarium, construct your very own Starship, blast a Stormtrooper, create and color your favorite Astromech Droids, explore the world of robotics. Free admission for kids in costume
Sundown Cinema: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Oak Point Park
Join us for this family fun outdoor movie experience at the Amphitheater at Oak Point Park. The featured movie is Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. The movie is open to all ages. Children must have adult supervision. Coolers are welcome, service animals only.
Oak Point Park
Bring your friends and family as DFW Trebuchet hosts its 6th annual Sling Fest! Again, we will be tossing our gourds in Plano as part of Plano Makerspace to bring you even more pumpkin destruction. Door Admission: $10/adult (18+), $5/child (12-17), free for all else. Advance tickets: $5/person: All ticket sales go to Plano Makerspace. Schedule: 11am: Doors Open, Noon – 12:30pm: Event Start (Introductions) 12:30 – 1:30pm: Accuracy Contests (3 shots per team) 1:30 – 2pm: Funky Fling (i.e. Best Ballistic) 2-3pm: Distance Contests (3 shots per team) 3- 3:30pm: Awards Ceremony
Eisemann Center, Richardson
Come join The Plano Symphony for a fun filled afternoon of family fun entertainment. This interactive concert features notable melodies from a selection of Halloween and children’s movies. The concert is designed especially for children ages 3 – 12. Come out at 2:15pm and enjoy the Instrument Petting Zoo, the Conductor’s station, and coloring books. Wear your Costume! Everyone is sure to enjoy this high energy and creative symphony! Concert begins at 3pm