As winter gives way to spring, Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake have ramped up their event options. Check out this list of things to do, including fashion shows, car shows, eclipse viewing and more. This list is not comprehensive.

Chalk Art in the Square

The city of Southlake hosts this event where attendees will have the opportunity to chalk up the sidewalks. There will be plenty of chalk, lawn games, bubbles and tunes at this annual event.Pirate Show: History vs Hollywood

Find out about pirates. Did pirates bury their treasure? Did they make people walk the plank? Were parrots their preferred pets? This hands-on event will teach the truth about pirates. It is best for those age 7 and up.Superhero Meet and Greet

Children will have the opportunity to engage with four iconic superheroes in person.Lunch & Lambos

This Harvest Hall event will showcase more than 30 Lamborghinis. Attendees are encouraged to enjoy lunch while taking in the sights and sounds of these Italian supercars.Rose & Rivets Fashion Show & Champagne Brunch

This event will highlight the spring 2024 looks by Rose & Rivets, and there will be a champagne brunch by Mac’s on Main. Seating will be limited.Bunny Brunch and Bunny Lunch

Colleyville is hosting this event with lots of spring activities, including a light, catered meal; photos with the bunny; face painting; balloon artists; a petting zoo; pony rides; inflatables; and an egg hunt. Tickets may be purchased until March 15. Space is limited.
  • March 23; 9-11a.m. (Bunny Brunch), 1-3 p.m. (Bunny Lunch)
  • $7 per person over 18 months old
  • Colleyville Center, 5301 Riverwalk Drive, Colleyville
Clean Sweep

Colleyville residents can attend a one-stop drop-off event featuring five stations: hazardous waste-collecting crud cruiser, electronics recycling, document shredding, bulk/brush trash and tire recycling. Simultaneously, volunteers from local nonprofit groups will be cleaning up the community.
  • March 23, 9-11 a.m.
  • Free for Colleyville residents
  • Colleyville City Hall, south parking lot, 100 Main St., Colleyville
Colleyville Woman's Club 36th Fashion Show & Luncheon Benefit

This is the Colleyville Women’s Club's largest fundraiser and will showcase professional models dressed in styles from North Texas boutiques. This year’s theme is Hawaiian. Attendees are invited to wear Hawaiian or resort wear.
  • April 5; registration begins at 9:30 a.m., doors open at 11 a.m.
  • $174-$200 (individual), $1,750-$2,500 (tables of 10)
  • Hurst Conference Center, 1601 Campus Drive, Hurst
11th Annual BobbyFest

This fundraising event benefits Amy’s Wish With Wings in Southlake. Attendees can enjoy live music, food trucks, auctions, spirits, face painting and more. Amy’s Wish With Wings is a charitable organization that has a mission to provide equine assisted services to children with diverse needs.
  • April 6, 3-9 p.m.
  • $20 per ticket
  • The Marq Southlake, 285 Shady Oaks Drive, Southlake
VIP Solar Eclipse Watch Party

This city of Grapevine event will feature access to Peace Plaza in Grapevine’s Historic Main Street District; a Grapevine, Texas, 2024 Eclipse swag bag valued at $275; live music; and a $60 food and beverage card that can be used at any of the 10 kitchens and two bars inside Harvest Hall.