Category Archive: Spring Break

They Really Do Dye The River Green in San Antonio on St. Patrick’s Day, and you need to see it!

****  Cancelled  **** St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated on the River Walk since 1968 as a joint project of the San Antonio River Walk Association and the Harp & Shamrock Society of… Continue reading

All You Need To Know About the 2020 Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival

*** Cancelled *** Whether you are Irish all year long, or just one day a year, no one will care at the Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival on Greenville, which will… Continue reading

Houston’s 61st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

****  Cancelled for 2020  **** Considered one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, the 61st Houston St. Patrick’s Day Parade will have a new route on March 14th at… Continue reading

The 74th Annual Shamrock St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Historic Route 66

It shouldn’t surprise you that the tiny town of Shamrock in the Texas Panhandle goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day!  In fact, the Shamrock celebration is the Official St. Patrick’s Day Celebration… Continue reading

Enjoy a Celtic Celebration at this Austin Farm for St. Patrick’s Day

***  Cancelled  *** On Sunday, March 15th, you’ll be seeing green everywhere you look at Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms in Austin as this historic farm nods to the Celtic roots in Texas, with fun… Continue reading

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, The Irish Capital of Texas

There’s a lot going on this spring in the little town of Dublin, about a 2 hour drive southwest from DFW or northwest from Waco!  The town celebrates it’s designation as the Irish… Continue reading

Springtime at Country Critters Farm and Petting Zoo, Alvarado

Country Critters Farm is the perfect place for some good ole’ fashion fun for the whole family.  Spring is finally here and it’s a great time to get out to the farm.  Bring the… Continue reading

10 Things Not To Miss at the 38th Annual North Texas Irish Festival in Fair Park

March 6-8th, the beautiful art deco buildings in Dallas’s Fair Park will be the home of the 38th Annual North Texas Irish Festival!  The second largest festival in Fair Park, there will be… Continue reading

Butterflies In The Garden at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens

After a hiatus for several years while the Conservatory underwent construction, the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens will be bringing back one of our most beloved events, Butterflies in the Garden, this Spring! Know… Continue reading

Make Grapevine Your Spring Break Destination!

There’s so much to do in Grapevine!  Centrally located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and minutes from DFW Airport, Grapevine has one of the most picturesque Historic Downtowns in North Texas, great restaurants,… Continue reading

The Ultimate Spring Break Bucket List in Dallas/Fort Worth!

Ready or not, Spring Break is coming!  It just comes around once a year, and brings with it 216 glorious, homework FREE hours to be filled!  Here’s my Bucket List of Spring Break… Continue reading

What To See and Do During Spring Break in Austin

You can feel it in the warm rays reaching down from the sun, the cool wind gust and blooms peaking out from beneath the earth, it’s almost Spring!  With this celebration comes the… Continue reading

14 Fun Things for Kids 10 and Under at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™

***  Cancelled  *** It’s Rodeo Time in Houston, and while it’s a great time for adults, there is so much to do for kids!  I’ve listed 14 of my favorites, which is more… Continue reading

Padre Balli Beach Park and Bob Hall Pier, Corpus Christi

If you’re looking for a fishy fun weekend in Corpus, it’s all in one place at Padre Balli Park!  We spent the weekend fishing, swimming, surfing and just playing on the beach! Padre… Continue reading

My Mommy Tips for the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™

Chances are, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is the largest event you will ever attend.  In 2017 they broke their all time attendance record with OVER 185,000 attendees!  By comparison, Walt Disney… Continue reading