Five Things to do With Your Children Over the Holiday Break
Dec 08, 2015 11:26AM ● Published by Geri Allen
May the FORCE of Giving be With You
Kick off the holiday week right and help bring holiday cheer to families in need. On Monday, December 21 at 2 p.m., Southlake Style will host a special screening of Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens at Harkins Theatres Southlake 14. All of the proceeds will benefit the GRACE Christmas Cottage, a program that provides families with Christmas gifts for their family at no cost to them. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Holiday Break Camp Mania
Southlake Parks & Recreation is bringing its popular summer favorite to the holiday season. Children ages 5-11 can enjoy arts and crafts, field trips and play. The camp will be held at Durham Intermediate Cafeteria. Register online here.
Lone Star Christmas
The Gaylord Texan Resort is known for its holiday extravagance and this year’s ICE! exhibit is no exception. The frozen spectacular takes guests on a chilly adventure to explore “Christmas Around the World,” brought to life through more than two million pounds of ice. Purchase your tickets here.
Jump for Joy
If you want your kids to let off some steam, then Urban Air Trampoline Park just might be the ticket. There are several wall-to-wall trampolines and activity areas including trampoline basketball, trampoline dodge ball, a foam pit, fitness classes and more. Purchase tickets in advance here.
Ice, Ice, Skating
As Ft. Worth’s only outdoor ice-skating rink, Panther Island Ice has quickly become a favorite holiday tradition, and it’s an experience the entire family can enjoy. Lace up your skates and try a few new tricks this season, or play it safe on the sidelines as you watch other skaters.
Have any other ideas? We’re all ears!