19 October 2009

What to Do Today: Oct. 19

Got a little (or, let's face it, a BIG) Cowboys fan? Head out to the World Hunger Relief 2009 event from 4-6pm today at Frisco's Pizza Hut (9550 Dallas Pkwy.). Kids can throw a pass to Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams for a $5 donation to the World Food Programme (they'll get a mini football to throw). Grownups can get their chance, too, by buying an autographed regulation-size football to pass to Williams ($40).

Take a trip to Narnia with a performance of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at 7:30pm today at Hurst's Artisan Center Theater. Kids will love seeing Aslan the lion king take on the wicked White Witch, with some help from four children who have inadvertently wandered into their world. Tickets are $16-$7.

Bring your little cutie to the Baby and Me Storytime at 11am today at the Coppell Public Library. The storytime is aimed at helping babies develop a love of language through stories, songs and rhymes. Grab an admission ticket at the Information Desk before the storytime (required). Free.

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