Come in out of the cold (at least, what’s cold for Texas!) and get into the holiday spirit by watching Holiday Movies at Lewisville Library. Check the library desk for movie titles. 2pm. Free.
How much can you take in? If your little ones are information sponges, they’ll love this fun story time that includes reading from a picture book and a related activity. Tell Me More Story Time is at Barnes & Noble at Golden Triangle Mall in Denton at 10:30am. Free.
Even if you haven’t had the chance to get up close and personal with the leaves and acorns lately, you can learn plenty about nature from Wendell Minor. Check out his exhibit, Wendell Minor: In the American Tradition, on display at the Irving Arts Center. A keen observer of nature, Minor has traveled the world researching the land and its natural inhabitants. His children’s book illustrations explore our natural environment, from wild Alaskan landscapes to the Mojave Desert and even the moon. Check it out from 9am-5pm. Free.
Missed the holiday story time yesterday? Worry not! You’ve got another chance to get the kiddies to Thanksgiving Story Time, this time at 11am at Denton’s Emily Fowler Library. Kids will hear holiday stories, sing songs, play with puppets and work on crafts, all celebrating this wonderful holiday. Ages 1-5. Free.
Gear up for a holiday adventure! Celebrate Turkey Day all week long when you drop the kiddies off at Denton’s North Branch Library for Thanksgiving Book Adventures. Little ones will read a story, make a craft and learn about an interesting aspect of this special holiday. Ages 5-8. 4pm. Free.
Have you seen ICE! yet? If not, make your way out to the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine to see this icy exhibit, featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas and including a variety of magical holiday scenes and sculptures hand-carved from over 2 million pounds of ice. On display from 10am-9pm. $20 adults; $10 ages 4-12.