This weekend is going to be a blast with so many of these fun events going on over the next few days! If you’ve wanted to try something that you’ve never done whether it’s watching pickleball or going to see a Rubber Duck race, this weekend is the time to do it!
1. Hello Dolly! (Casa Manana – Fort Worth) – Showtimes Run Through Sun. Sept. 16th
In turn-of-the-century New York, professional meddler and matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi decides she is going to marry miserly half-a-millionaire hay & feed dealer Horace Vandergelder and that is where the fun begins. The blockbuster Broadway hit bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theatre history: Put on Your Sunday Clothes, Before the Parade Passes By, and It Only Takes a Moment. Winner of 14 Tony Awards, Hello, Dolly! is certain to thrill and entertain you! This show is suitable for all audiences. Limited Free Parking is available on a first-come basis in Casa Manana’s parking lot at the corner of University Drive and West Lancaster Avenue.
Get your tickets and information here!
2. Texas Open Pickleball Championships (Wagon Wheel Tennis Center – Coppell) – Fri. Sept. 14th – Sun. Sept. 16th – FREE
Amateur and pro level pickleball players compete in the Texas Open. Pickleball is an exciting new sport that is a cross between tennis, badminton and table tennis. In addition to exciting pickleball action, there will be barbecue, smoothies, vendors booths, covered seating and free admission.
To learn more details, you can click here!
3. Rockwall Rubber Duck Regatta (Harbor Rockwall) – Fri. Sept. 14th – Sat. Sept. 15th (6PM – 10PM)
Adopt a rubber duck, or a Quack Pack of 5, and join in the fun at the 7th annual Rubber Duck Regatta at the Rockwall Harbor. The festival has entertainment for all ages, vendors, arts & crafts, food, kids zone, splash zone, theater performances, a movie on the lake and, of course, rubber duck races, including a glow-in-the-dark race.
Proceeds benefit local non-profit Boys & Girls Club of Northeast Texas. Admission is free. Adopt a rubber duck for $5.
Learn about how you can be a part of this cool event here!