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FIRST WEEKEND OF NOVEMBER IN DALLAS-FORT WORTH

11/03/2017

It’s the first weekend of November, and we are grateful for a brand-new month filled with festivals and events as we gear up for the holidays. This weekend, watch the last NASCAR race of 2017 in DFW, spend a day at the farm with the family or go back in time at the Medieval Arts Festival. Wherever you end up in Dallas-Fort Worth, be sure to tag your photos with #DFWWeekend for a chance to be featured on our website or social channels.
 

1. FIRST FRIDAY AT THE FARM

Grapevine | November 3

If you love history, step back in time and experience life like the settlers of Grapevine at Historic Nash Farm. You’ll learn the skill of campfire cooking—perfect for wowing your friends at your next campout! Grab a ticket for $3 per person and spend the evening exploring the history of Nash Farm and doing fun, hands-on activities.

 

2. NASCAR WEEKEND

Fort Worth | November 3 – 5

This is the last weeked that NASCAR will be in DFW until 2018, and it’s only fitting that it’s going out with a bang! Join in the excitement for all three of the top series competitions: Jag Metals 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Friday, O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 Xfinity Series on Saturday and AAA Texas 500 on Sunday.

 

3. DALLAS RECORD SHOW

Richardson | November 4

Are you missing a certain record from your die-hard collection? Can’t get enough vinyl? Head to the Richardson Civic Center for the largest record show in Dallas. For just a $5 entry fee, you’ll be able to shop from over 40 vendors selling their records for as cheap as a buck. Yes, please!

 

4. MEDIEVAL ARTS FESTIVAL 

Arlington | November 4

The Middle Ages will come to life this weekend at Levitt Pavilion! Come dressed in your best medieval gear and watch live demonstrations of ancient weapons, listen to stories and enjoy games for the kiddos. Admission is free.

 

5. FESTIVAL AT THE SWITCHYARD

Carrollton | November 4

If you’re looking to save some cash, come enjoy live music, performances, rides and games for free at Carrollton’s annual festival! This event is perfect for soaking in the history of Downtown Carrollton and even snagging an early holiday gift from one of the multiple arts and crafts vendors. Plus, it’s an easy stop—right off of I-35 E.




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