15 October 2009

What to Do Today: Oct. 16

Get your groove on at Live! On the Green at 6:30pm today at Allen's Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm. The band Counterfeit Radio will perform new and classic tunes, and Watters Creek's green area offers plenty of space to bust a move or two. Bring along a blanket (no lawn chairs or coolers permitted). Free.

Nothing is quite as tasty (and tummy-filling) on a cool fall day as a good bowl of stew. Find out for yourself at the Harvest Stew Festival from 6-8pm today at Keller Town Hall. In addition to a tasty bowl of goodness, you'll also enjoy hayrides, karaoke, games and more. Bring a canned good to be used in the stew or to donate to a local food bank. Free.

Get spooked out (but not too much!) as The Legend of Sleep Hollow takes the stage at 7pm today at Lewisville's Actors Conservatory Theatre. The production is based on Washington Irving's classic tale about Ichabod Crane and the scary Headless Horseman who terrorizes his village. The show is appropriate for all ages and will continue with shows on Saturday and Sunday. $12 adults; $10 students and seniors; $9 children younger than 10.

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