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City Events

  1. Children's Fishing Derby

    March 4, 2023, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Caruth Park

    Mark your calendars for our Children's Fishing Derby taking place Saturday, March 4! Enjoy a morning of fishing and fun with the family at Caruth Park pond. Awards for the largest and smallest catch will be given each hour and lunch will be provided. Gather up that gear and let's get fishing!

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  2. STEAM Station

    March 4, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    University Park Public Library

    Our STEAM Station is designed to give families opportunities to participate in science and engineering activities. We offer creative toy sets for all ages, including MagnaTiles, K'nex, TinkerToys, Keva Planks, Zoobs and Squigz.

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  3. Linocut Banner Making Workshop with Scout Ryman

    March 4, 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    University Park Public Library

    Join multi-disciplinary artist and printmaker Scout Ryman to learn how to linocut a design and make your own banner! Spots are limited so please email to register.

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Community Events

  1. Dallas Literary Festival

    March 4, 2023, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    McCord Auditorium, Dallas Hall

    SMU’s Dallas Literary Festival is bringing a blue-ribbon list of authors to Dallas on Saturday, March 4, for a day packed with discussion and inspiration. Hear from Dallas best-selling authors with February 2023 releases, like Kathleen Kent and Deborah Crombie, as well as memoirist Kendra Allen, poet Destiny Birdsong and short story writer LaToya Watkins. Classical musicians and mystery writers Rosalyn Story and Brendan Slocumb also will discuss combining their musical passions with writing whodunits. Slocumb’s book, The Violin Conspiracy, is Good Morning America’s February Book Club pick. For those who want to become published authors, a panel that includes a literary agent, an editor and a publisher will round out the day of discussions.

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