School is back in session, but that doesn't mean all of the fun stops! Check out this list of great events to entertain and educate the family during September:
Saturday, September 2 vs. New York Red Bulls
Saturday, September 16 vs. Seattle Sounds FC
Wednesday, September 27 vs. Colorado Rapids
We're nearing the end of FC Dallas' regular MLS season schedule. With 2 of their 3 home games against top 5 teams in the league, September is poised to be a very important month. Head out to beautiful Toyota Stadium and root on FC Dallas as they march closer to another playoff berth. DTID!
Sunday, September 3 at Toyota Stadium
The FC Dallas Foundation is presenting the NWSL match between the Houston Dash and Seattle Reign on Sunday, September 3. All proceeds from tickets sales will go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Additionally, complimentary tickets for Hurricane Harvey evacuees for this match will be available. Houston-area residents interested in attending can claim their tickets by emailing HurricaneHarvey@FCDallas.net.
September 9 at Frisco Square
It’s Frisco’s FIRST Multicultural Festival! The event is FREE and fun for the entire family! Visit 70 interactive cultural booths (including crafts), a diverse variety of foods, cultural performances, bounce houses and much more! Celebrate the beautiful diversity of Frisco!
September 30 at Dr Pepper Ballpark
The Emmitt Smith Gran Fondo, sponsored by PlainsCapital Bank, is a premier, multi-course cycling event designed for the professional to the weekend rider. It includes a timed race for the 100-mile course with a $10,000, winner take all cash purse, a 100K, 45-mile, 22-mile and family ride sponsored by Cigna. The Emmitt Smith Gran Fondo will launch from Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco on Saturday morning, September 30, 2017 and includes a post-race party with a beer garden, awards ceremony live entertainment, family activities and more.
September 30 at Frisco Heritage Museum
Come see what life was like for the cowboys along the Shawnee Trail. The day long event offers something for everyone and all the buildings in the Heritage Center will be open. Activities include mock gunfights, live blacksmith demonstrations, stagecoach rides, armadillo races, petting zoo, food trucks, live music and more!