October 26, 10 AM - 1 PM
It’s a great time for dogs to socialize at Irving’s Heritage Senior Center. Check out pet vendors and see the latest products for pooches. Oh, and pooches, you’re welcome to bring your human along too.
Treats on the Trails
October 26,⋅2 – 4 pm
It’s that time of year to think about creepy crawlies, spectacular spooks and things that go bump in the night. Coppell’s Biodiversity Education Center is excited to offer a special Halloween treat; Trick-or-Treat on the Trails. Walk the trail and meet the critters found in Coppell Nature Park. Remember to dress up in your costume and to bring your goody bag. No registration required.
Irving Heritage Society
October 27, 2:30pm
“Get Your Kicks Around 356” will be the theme of the Irving Heritage Society program at 222 East Irving Blvd. Following a brief business meeting, guests will learn about all of the historical markers throughout the City of Irving. Local history panelists will share details of the various markers. A gallery walk of images of the markers will be set up to view. The public is invited to attend this free program and refreshments will be served.
Campion Trail Connection Dedication Ceremony
October 29, 9:30 a.m.
Join the City of Irving, City of Coppell and Dallas County for the Campion Trail Connection Dedication Ceremony.
The ceremony will celebrate the completion of the Campion Trail MacArthur Extension that connects Irving’s Campion Trail with the City of Coppell’s Trail System. The dedication ceremony will be held at 11050 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving.
Parking is available at 820 S. MacArthur Blvd. in Coppell. Complimentary shuttles will take guests to and from the event.
The event will include light refreshments and trail tours.
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