08 October 2009

What to Do Today: Oct. 9

Got a kid who loves stories (or wants to hear the same one 15 times every night)? Check out the Lone Star Storytelling Festival starting at 8pm today at Frisco Square. Tonight's schedule includes "Favorite Stories," a programm for story lovers of all ages. The festival will continue Saturday with music, puppet shows, arts and crafts and, of course, lots more stories! Free Saturday daytime; $10-$7 Friday-Saturday evening.

Enjoy a frightfully fun family night out at the 13th-Annual After Dark in the Park from 6-10pm today (and continuing from 5-10pm Saturday and 5-9pm Sunday) at Arlington's River Legacy Living Science Center. The festival, geared toward kids ages 2-10, will include a pumpkin patch, hayrides, crafts and much more. $6.

Move your usual family movie night outdoors with Movies in the Park at 8pm today at The Colony's Five Star Complex. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and watch the kid-friendly (and very funny) film Kung Fu Panda. Free popcorn will be provided, and other concessions will be available for purchase. Parental supervision required. Free.

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