What can you Expect at the Dallas Arboretum for the Fall?

Posted by on Monday, September 29th, 2014 at 12:26pm

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This fall season you can enjoy the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s itinerary of events  perfect for the season. From Pumpkin Village to Cinderella’s Carriage, 2014 is bringing back all of your favorites for fall. Here is what you can expect for the upcoming season.

Kimberly-Clark Mommy & Me Mondays and Kimberly-Clark Tiny Tot Tuesdays

On Mondays and Tuesdays, moms, grandparents and caregivers can bring the children out for nature art, face painting, a petting zoo, and Kindermusik. The event will last from 10am-4pm at the Martin Rutchik Concert Lawn.

Family Fun Weekend

On October 25th-26th from 9am-5pm, Family Fun Weekend will allow the kids to trick-or-treat through the gardens. There will be family fun activities, costumed characters and all the kids are going to be wearing costumes.

Cool Thursdays Concerts

From September 4th through October 30th, you can enjoy the outdoor concert series. Wells Fargo is presenting the event and there will be concerts , such as The Molly Ringwalds, The Official Blues Brothers Revue and Thriller Night with Who’s Bad.

Piano Melodies by Keith Schmorr

Every day you can enjoy piano melodies by Keith Schmorr from 11am-3pm in the Dann Talley Kincheloe Courtyard. You can also enjoy garden melodies on the weekends from 10am-4pm at the Martin Rutchik Concert Lawn.

Oktoberfest Garten

For a German meal, try the Oktoberfest Garden at Café on the Green from 11am-3pm.

Dallas Arboretum’s Nationally Acclaimed Pumpkin Village

From 9am-5pm at the Pecan Grove, the Doctor’s Hospital at White Rock Lake is sponsoring the family favorite Pumpkin Village. There will be:

  • Hay bale maze
  • Storybook houses
  • Cinderella’s Carriage
  • Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch

Children and parents can purchase pumpkins, explore the houses made of pumpkins, and take beautiful pictures. Each house will have story readings, such as “Too Many Pumpkins” and “Pumpkin Town!”

This fall is going to be busy and exciting at the Dallas Arboretum. You won’t want to miss all of the events.

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