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Fair Park Sparks
Fair Park Sparks @ Fair Park, Dallas, Texas
Jun 2 all-day
 
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Texas Centennial Exposition
Texas Centennial Exposition
Jun 6 all-day
June 6, 1936  Texas Centennial Exposition opens at Dallas’ Fair Park, the expo runs until November 29, 1936.
Pour Yourself Into History at Chelsea Corner 6:00 pm
Pour Yourself Into History at Chelsea Corner @ Chelsea Corner
Jun 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join the Dallas Historical Society for happy hour around town to learn and discuss the unique heritage of Dallas in a fun, relaxed and enjoyable setting. Come eat, drink, and help support a local business[...]
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Allie Tennant 12:00 pm
Allie Tennant @ Hall of State
Jun 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
At the Hall of State in Fair Park, a sculpture of a Native American figure, bronze with gilded gold leaf, strains a bow before sending an arrow into flight. Tejas Warrior has welcomed thousands of[...]
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An Evening With…John Knott’s Cartoons 6:30 pm
An Evening With…John Knott’s Cartoons @ Hall of State
Jun 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
John Knott’s Cartoons with Ed Owens
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Juneteenth – A Celebration of Freedom
Juneteenth – A Celebration of Freedom @ Dallas Historical Society
Jun 17 – Jun 26 all-day
On June 19, 1865, General Gordon Granger stood at Galveston Bay and pronounced that all African American slaves living in Texas were free. Because of the war, no one in Texas had heard word of[...]
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Southwest Airlines Founded
Southwest Airlines Founded
Jun 18 all-day
June 18, 1971 – Southwest Airlines Co. is a major U.S. airline, the world’s largest low-cost carrier, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The airline was established in 1967 by Herb Kelleher and adopted its current name[...]
World Juggling Day
World Juggling Day
Jun 18 all-day
Whether you’re a juggling junkie or a total novice, Juggling Day was started for jugglers and non-jugglers alike to come together, celebrate and spread the joy of a wonderful, ancient skill. It is held on[...]
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Juneteenth
Juneteenth
Jun 19 all-day
June 19, 1865. General Gordon Granger arrives at Galveston to announce that slavery has been abolished, an event commemorated today by the celebration known as Juneteenth
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Battle of Velasco
Battle of Velasco
Jun 26 all-day
26 June 1832–The Battle of Velasco resulted in the first casualties in Texas’ relations with Mexico. After several days of fighting, the Mexicans under Domingo de Ugartechea were forced to surrender for lack of ammunition.
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