Stay In The Know This November
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November is here. Clocks have fallen back, and the holidays are right around the corner. DFW locals are pulling out their “winter” wardrobes and pretending it’s cold enough for sweaters and boots. So, whether you’re busy trying to find which station is already playing holiday music or planning your 2015 Black Friday shopping strategy, this month you’ll want to make time to check out these #UberApproved events around the Metroplex.
Pay It Forward
TOMS Warehouse Sale | November 12-13, 10AM – 8PM & November 14-15, 9AM – 7PM
Step on over to the TOMS Warehouse Sale and let your shoe obsession ‘pay it forward’. This one-of-a-kind event not only offers discounted TOMS eyewear, bags, and shoes, but it also helps individuals around the world by giving back. It’s the season of giving, and with every product you purchase, TOMS will help a person in need. One for One. TOMS will also be supporting the North Texas Food Bank while they’re in Dallas, learn how.
Party Like it’s the Prohibition
Dallas Whiskey Festival | November 14, 6pm – 10pm
For the 4th annual Dallas Whiskey Festival, CBS Radio is taking you back to the original ‘Sin City’ of the 1960’s to indulge in some of the most popular activities of the decade. Tickets include whiskey and fine spirit tastings, delicious samplings from local restaurants, swingin’ live music and if you’re a bettin’ man, a little gambling too.
Good Times are A-Brewin’
Homebrew Throwdown | November 15, 12pm – 6pm
Fort Worth Weekly’s Inaugural Homebrew Throwdown will feature local breweries and host a friendly craft beer competition amongst home-brewers. There will also be plenty of food-truck action, live music, and a series of Q&A sessions with the pros. Whether you’re a craft beer enthusiast thirsting to try something new, a home-brewer dying to share your latest batch, or both, this is a party you won’t want to miss.
Trottin’ for Tradition
Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot | November 26th, 9am
Going strong with 48 years of Thanksgiving tradition, runners and walkers are invited to join in and trot a 5k or take on the 8-miler this year. This family friendly event is a fun way to get your appetite goin’ before the big feast, and for some brave enough to dodge strollers and hurdle dogs it’s an opportunity to set a new record time.
Home for the Holidays
29th Annual Dickens of a Christmas | November 27 – 28, 10am – 8pm & November 29, 12pm – 5pm
Spend the weekend immersed in an old fashioned Christmas festival in the heart of downtown McKinney. We’re talking horse drawn carriages, strolling carolers, a Christmas tree lighting, pictures with Santa–the whole shebang. And with over 100 boutiques, bookstores, galleries and more offering extended hours, you’re sure to knock out some holiday shopping around the square.
Cupcakes, gelato, doughnuts… you name it, UberEATS has it. This Friday, October 14 UberEATS is celebrating National Dessert Day with $2 desserts from a selection of Austin’s favorites. Here are six choices available via the UberEATS app to satisfy your sweet tooth. Cornucopia Popcorn For all of you looking for a salty and sweet combo, enjoy some poppin’ flavor from Cornucopia Popcorn. […]