LEARN BIG IN DALLAS

Dallas City of Learning

What are you into? Theater, basketball, robotics, poetry, art? Whatever it is, you will find it right here! Returning this May, DallasCityOfLearning.org will let you explore tons of programs and events happening all over the city.

Spend the summer doing the things you enjoy, hang out with experts, meet new friends who share your interests and use digital badges to map out your journey. Join Dallas City of Learning this May for a summer adventure!

  • Turn Up! in the Spring

    Children designing things

    Spring Break Kickoff

    March 7, 2015 | 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    Dallas Arts District Kickoff spring break at the Arts District! Enjoy activities like family yoga, experiments, scavenger hunts, art-making, free admission to museums, guided tours and more! Register on site for Dallas City of Learning, and earn a digital badge for participating in activities throughout the day. Get the details here.

    Kids drawing

    Dallas Arts Week

    April 10-18, 2015

    Dallas Arts Week is the perfect opportunity to get out and explore everything Dallas' creative scene has to offer. Dallas City of Learning will be part of this week-long event by offering unique family programming on Saturday, April 18 at four library branches: Lochwood, Pleasant Grove, Hampton-Illinois and Bachman Lake. More info coming soon!

  • TURN UP! AT THE FLIGHT MUSEUM’s

    kids at frontiers of flight museum

    Engineer’s Week Family Day

    *Build a robot*

    *Disassemble a jet engine*

    *Test a flight simulator*

    *Climb in a cockpit *

    And much more!

    February 28, 2015 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

    Frontiers of Flight Museum 6911 Lemmon Ave. Dallas, TX 75209

    Download the bilingual flyer.

    Due to weather conditions, the Dallas City of Learning team won’t be able to provide information during this event, but the museum may still be open for Family Engineer’s Day. You can still use the Dallas City of Learning flyer to get free family access on Saturday, Feb. 28. Check the museum’s website for any updates at www.flightmuseum.com.

We'd like to thank Quin Mathews Films for their time and expertise to make this video possible.

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