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Five Family-Friendly Activities to Spice Up Your Holiday Weekend

Dec 18, 2017 02:19PM ● By Ashley Madonna
Christmas is so close, it's like you can almost taste it. Take advantage of all of the festive opportunities happening this weekend while also spending quality time with your family. You never know who you may find hanging out around Southlake. Both Mr. and Mrs. Claus are said to be in town. Here's where you can find them. 
 
Story Time with Mrs. Claus

Get a jump-start on the weekend fun by stopping by Story Time with Mrs. Claus. Bring the whole family out to Town Hall to enjoy a great holiday story, hot chocolate, cookies and festive fun. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take a picture with the guest of honor.

Enchant Christmas

See the lit winter wonderland for yourself by making your way over to Globe Life Park. Enchant Christmas will dazzle the whole family with its millions of light displays and adventures. Walk through the light maze to really immerse yourself in the magic. You can also glide around the ice rink, shop in their marketplace and sip on hot chocolate while walking hand-in-hand with your loved ones. 

Breakfast with Santa

You have one more chance to sit down with the big guy before he jets off on Christmas Eve. Come enjoy Breakfast with Santa at the Four Seasons Dallas this Saturday. Bring out your gift wish list to ensure Saint Nick knows what to bring you on Monday.

Christmas on Main

This weekend is your last chance to enjoy Christmas on Main in Grapevine. Everyone in the family will love the twinkling lights that turn their town square into a Christmas wonderland. There will be plenty of entertainment and photo opportunities available to patrons, like the tractor-drawn wagon ride. 

Happy Holidays Pop-Up Market

You still have time to find the perfect gift for your special someone. Stop by the Happy Holidays Pop-Up Market to get in some last-minute Christmas shopping. You’ll find pieces from some of your favorite Etsy shops alongside beautiful creations from local artisans. Check out their website to learn more about who will be out there this weekend selling their work.