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Free Things to Do in Texas This Weekend: Sept. 22-24

Written by , published September 22, 2017


It doesn't cost much to enjoy the beginning of fall in Texas. If you're on the hunt for free fun this weekend, head to these events across the state.

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Find more exciting things to do using the Texas Highways Events Calendar database.

Stroll thru The Renaissance

Magnolia: Sept. 23 
Free admission to an exclusive Texas Renaissance Festival preview. Visit actors of the festival for photo ops and more. Costume contests for all ages, where the King and Queen award prizes.

Flight of the Monarch Celebration

Grand Prairie: Sept. 23 
Celebrate the annual migration of the monarch butterfly from North America to Central Mexico. Remote parking is available to and from this free event, which will include three Monarch butterfly releases; a petting zoo; a costume contest; a kid zone with bounce houses, rock climbing, and children crafts; arts and crafts vendors; food; and live music.


San Angelo: Sept. 23 
See more waterlilies on display than at any other botanical garden in the US at the International Waterlily Collection in Civic League Park. There will be tours, seminars, a plant sale, food, and entertainment on site as well.

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