March is coming to an end…
April is near and the weekend is here.
You may be looking for ways to enjoy yourself. Don’t worry because we can help with that.
Celebrating a birthday? Don’t forget about grabbing a free birthday meal at one of these restaurants.
Wanna catch up with friends? Head out to a happy hour and cool off with refreshing drinks.
If those weren’t enough ideas for you, here are a few more suggestions for fun things to do this weekend in Arlington:
Texas Rangers Spring Training Games at Globe Life Park: Baseball is here!!! Stop by Globe Life Park for the team’s final two spring training games. The Rangers will face the Kansas City Royals on Friday at 7:05 p.m. and Saturday at 1:05 p.m. Don’t forget to review our guide to attending a game at Globe Life park and our guide to shuttle service to the ballpark. Ticket prices vary.
Comedian Craig Robinson at Arlington Improv: Need a good laugh after a long week? On Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Arlington Improv in the Arlington Highlands, comedian and actor Craig Robinson will perform five shows. Tickets are $32-$42.
Tents and Tales Campout at River Legacy Parks: It’s great weather for a movie and being outdoors. You and the kids can combine the two at the Tents and Tales Campout at River Legacy Parks beginning Friday at 4 p.m. through Saturday at 7 a.m. The event includes dinner, a movie (Zootopia), story time and s’mores roasted over a fire. Please note that preregistration is required. Contact the Arlington Parks and Recreation department at 817-459-6434 for more information and/or to register. Registration fee is $10 per person. Kids ages 2 and under are free.
Ronnie Milsap at Arlington Music Hall: How about some country music live from a legend? Ronnie Milsap will perform at Arlington Music Hall on Friday, March 31. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets begin at $35.
UTA Baseball vs Troy: More baseball is happening this weekend in Arlington. Cheer on the Mavericks as they faceoff against Troy on Friday (4 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and Saturday (2 p.m.) at Clay Gould Ballpark. The first 250 students in attendance at Friday’s game will receive a “Go Mavs Go” tank top. Tickets are $6.
Arlington Golf Demo Day at Tierra Verde Golf Club: Any fellow golfers in the house? Swing by Tierra Verde Golf Club on Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. You can enjoy the free Arlington Demo Day. Attendees can test out the latest clubs from golf manufacturers such as Callaway, FootJoy, PING, Scotty Cameron, Srixon, TaylorMade Golf, Titleist and Tour Edge Golf. Free
UTA’s Annual Glass Art Sale: UTA will host their annual Glass Art Show from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. The free event will be located at UTA’s Studio Art Center, 810 South Davis Drive and is open to the public. The sale includes more 2,000 objects made of glass. There will be plates, bowls, vases, platters, jewelry and other functional items handcrafted by students, faculty and visiting artists. The prices for the pieces range from $5 to several thousand dollars with most below $50. A silent auction will take place during the sale and a live auction begins at 2 p.m. Funds from the glass art sale help pay for scholarships, student travel for conferences, new equipment and visiting artists. Free to attend.
Mark Wills — Operation Red River at Arlington Music Hall: On Saturday night, you can enjoy country music while supporting a great cause.Operation Red River is an event hosted by Veteran Forces, a Texas based 501(c)3 Non-profit organization. The organization’s our mission is to empower veterans by providing centralized resources, with a primary focus on housing and employment to wounded military veterans, and transitional housing and employment to displaced veterans. This concert features musicians Mark Wills, Jared Ashley, Buddy Owens, Galen Griffin & Sal Gonzalez Tickets begin at $25.
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