3 Fun Community Events For Dallas Families

dallas community family eventsFriday is here! Every Friday, we focus on our community instead of the usual dental topics. In light of the pandemic, our team will focus on events that can be enjoyed from the safety of your home, or socially-distant outdoors. From a live dinosaur exhibit to a New Year celebration, there is plenty for Dallas families to enjoy. In addition, we’re ready to see your kids for their first checkup and cleaning of 2021!

  1. Reel Love Film Fest 

Families with older kids may enjoy this Valentine’s Day-themed online film festival taking place from February 10th through the 14th! You can enjoy each film from the comfort of your own home. The Reel Love Film Fest will offer 12 feature films, multiple blocks of short films, live events, and podcast appearances too. The movies and shorts will be from around the world, with different voices and viewpoints on how we approach love and romance. You can find more information about these films, and the festival itself, by following this link.

  1. Celebrate the Chinese New Year

You and your family can celebrate the Chinese New Year form home with a fun virtual workshop that takes place on February 6th from 11am until noon. Hosted by the Oak Cliff Cultural Center and featuring artist Jin-Ya Huang, your family will be shown how to create a red envelope bookmark that includes lucky coins in the design. You can register now, the workshop is first come, first serve, so sign up today! The materials you need will be provided and should be picked up at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center on 223 West Jefferson Boulevard. To learn more, and find the link for registration, then follow this link.

  1. Dinosaur Live!

Bundle up in your coats and enjoy this outdoor exhibit at the beautiful walking paths of the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. Dinosaurs Live is a chance for your kids to see life-size models, including many animatronics, of everything from Tyrannosaurs Rex and the Dilophosaurus, to the Utahraptor and more. The trail is a half mile long and stroller-friendly. There will be an outdoor fossil dig and stationary baby dinosaurs for little ones to climb on and play with. The exhibit only lasts from now to February 15th, so get your tickets today. Each day the museum is open from 8am until 4pm. You can find out more by following this link.

Ready to Schedule Your Child’s Next Visit?

We want to help our patients enjoy strong, healthy smiles for years to come. To learn more about maintaining good oral health in childhood, then schedule an appointment by calling Pediatric Dental Care at Casa Linda in Dallas, TX today at 214-321-4880. We proudly serve patients who live around Casa Linda and all surrounding Dallas communities.