If your Easter plans are still "to be determined," or you're looking for a fun event to add to the agenda, the Dallas Arboretum has planned a weekend full of exciting activities including music, festive treats, children's activities, and a garden full of floral backdrops perfect for Easter photos.
You can now have your cookie dough and eat it too.
Edible cookie dough is now being served by the scoop at the northwest corner of Preston Road and Forest Lane.
The Dough Dough made a delicious debut over the weekend, serving up a dozen different types of dough, ranging in flavors from The Unicorn, a rainbow sugar cookie base with sprinkles, to something for the plant-based lovers; vegan chocolate chip.
Bring the whole family to take photos with Miss Bunny, play games, and more at the Ursuline Academy Alumni Easter Egg Hunt.
Families are expected to arrive at 9:30 a.m. March 31 on the front lawn. The hunt begins at 10 a.m. sharp. Remember to BYOB (bring your own basket).
To celebrate its four decades in the community, The Family Place is sharing 40 stories of family violence survivors, community supporters, and the women and men who have helped save lives.
The first story shared began with a woman who's been a part of the nonprofit since its earliest days – Eliza Solender.
The Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University will present the first in-depth exploration of the small-scale paintings of Salvador Dalí (1904–1989).
More than 4,000 people are expected to gather April 1 for the 52nd annual Easter in the Park celebration.
Hosted by The Conservancy and the City of Dallas, the event begins at 1 p.m. at Oak Lawn Park, and it will include the Conservancy Pooch Parade, live music by DJ Jennifer Miller, an Easter egg hunt with a special appearance from the Easter bunny, and a variety of food trucks.