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#FreeAtFairPark Social Media Campaign
(I’m adding details here as I get them – check back!)

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Links:

Spring Break at Fair Park – Event Listing at fairpark.org

Hashtags:  #FreeAtFairPark #Staycation #SpringBreakDallas

Details:

Fair Park Esplanade
Daily programming for the entire week!
Monday, March 9 – Friday, March 13
214-670-8400

Families staying in town for spring break can participate in a variety of free activities at Fair Park beginning Monday, March 9 and through Friday, March 13.

Daily schedule is listed at http://www.fairpark.org and at facebook.com/fairparkdallas

Free events, Free Parking. Enter Gate 3 behind Women’s Museum.

Daily programming in the Esplanade and Marine Square including:

  • Lawn Games – All DAy
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Visit the Dallas Historical Society’s table between 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and participate in a scavenger hunt and coloring. There will also be a raffle giveaway. Afterwards, come inside the Hall of State and check out our free exhibitions: An Argument for Dallas: 100 Years of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 1914-2014 and Texas in the Time of Revolution.
  • MyFi Fitness Workouts:
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    occer Mania, Super Hero Training Course, DIY Scavenger Hunt, Hop, Run & Jump Relay Races
  • Food Trucks
    VIPizza
    Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe
    The Butcher’s Son
    Texas Burrito Co.
    Whats Da Scoop
  • Arts & Crafts – Create your own kite . . . and fly it!
  • Build Your City – Wednesday
    Come join us at Fair Park for a hands-on activity for all ages as we build a city from the ground up. You’ll be given your own plot of “land” to build on. What kind of building will you design and create? What materials will you use? How does it fit into your neighborhood? Come explore all these ideas and more.
  • Zumba for Moms – Tuesday/Thursday
  • Classic cartoons will be shown in the Women’s Building each afternoon from 3 to 4 p.m.

Thanks:
Dallas Center for Architecture
Dallas Park & Recreation Department
MyFi Program
Dallas Historical Society
The Trust for Public Land

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Spring Break at Fair Park

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