Things to do this Labor Day Weekend

Dated: 08/15/2019

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It feels like the Labor Day weekend crept up on us a little bit too quickly this year. With the back-to-school activities, the last minute mini vacations, and 100+ degree days, who has time or energy to plan extravagant gatherings? If you know someone, send me their number, I need to hire them!

In the interest of sanity and some relaxation fun, I have compiled a list of events taking place around town this Labor Day weekend. There's a little bit for everyone it seems, but music still rules the world.

Labor Day Weekend 2019 Events in DFW

If you need more information on any of these events, here are links to the events:

Labor Day Food Truck Rally

Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival

Dino Fest

UPRA Rodeo

Deep Ellum Mimosa Walk

Invasion Car Show

Labor Day Party at the Texas Pool

50th Anniversary Texas International Pop Festival

Take your pick and have a BLESSED LABOR DAY!

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Sherien Joyner

When you need a guide on your real estate journey, Sherien Joyner is the right choice for you. With over sixteen years of experience as an executive in the advertising and marketing industry, Sherien ....

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