If you’re looking for inside activities to do in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake in July, here is a list featuring science, art and Christmas-themed events.

Showing of 'The Graduate'

The Palace Arts Center will show the 1967 movie, “The Graduate” as part of a summer movie series.'Making a Splash: How Lake Grapevine put Southlake on the map'

Southlake Historical Society will host an exhibit to tell the stories of people impacted

by Lake Grapevine and showcase historical U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photographs, aerial maps and family photos.Dinosaur George Traveling Museum

Colleyville Public Library will host an all-day exhibit featuring skulls of predatory dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.Rock Out Grapevine Party

Hop & Sting Brewery will host the fourth annual Rock Out Grapevine party. Participants will paint rocks for Parr Park Rock Art Trail while listening to live music. Rocks will be $10 each, 100% of the proceeds will support Keep Grapevine Beautiful. Painting supplies will be provided. Food trucks will be on site.
  • July 20, noon-10 p.m.
  • Free admission, $10 per rock
  • Hop & Sting Brewery, 906 Jean St., Grapevine
  • Facebook: Hop & Sting Brewery
Christmas in July Summer Camp: Where Young Leaders Come to Grow

House of Shine will host a five-day camp where attendees will receive a behind-the-scenes look at how the city of Grapevine, which is state-designated as the Christmas Capital of Texas, orchestrates over 1,400 events in 40 days in December. Campers will also delve into the House of Shine framework, a holistic approach to personal and leadership development. This event is for students in fifth through eighth grades.Family Beekeeper Program

A local beekeeper will discuss honey bee biology and beekeeping practices. This program includes honey tasting and live bee observation.