From driving through holiday lights to catching Disney Broadway shows, folks will find plenty to do across December and January in Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth.


Keller Knits

The Keller Knits Knitting Club is a group of knitters and crocheters that gather weekly to socialize and share patterns, tips and inspiration. The group meets in the Keller Public Library's conference room. Meetings are drop-in friendly and open to all ages and skill levels. Members are encouraged to join the group's Facebook page to stay informed about meetings.Art with Ann

Keller residents can bring their children to the Keller Public Library for drop-in arts and crafts sessions. The event will allow children 2 or older to create small crafts to take home.Texas Motor Speedway Gift of Lights

Lovers of holiday lights can cruise through Texas Motor Speedway this season to see it adorned with colored lights and resplendent displays.The event began Nov. 23 and will run through early January.January

Keller Writers Association

Those interested in writing can attend a support group meeting hosted by the Keller Writers Association. The association is a free organization open to young adults and older who wish to explore the world of writing. The meetings strive to create a supportive group for writers of all levels and genres, and to share writing ideas and works, and occur monthly on the first Saturday.Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

Texans can break in the new year at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Events include The Best of the West Ranch Rodeo, Best of Mexico Celebraciòn, Cowboys of Color Rodeo, Bulls Night Out Xtreme Bull Riding, Texas Champions Challenge and the FWSSR Pro Rodeo Tournament. Tickets are available online.
  • Jan. 12-Feb. 3, 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m. (times vary per day)
  • $30-$40
  • Dickies Arena, 1911 Montgomery St., Fort Worth
Tracy Byrd Concert

Country music singer Tracy Byrd is performing at the Fort Worth Stockyards in 2024. Byrd hit the country music scene in 1993, hitting No. 1 on the charts with his third single. Attendees can check out the Honky Tonk Kitchen, Billy Bob’s gift store, and live bull riding during their visit.Disney’s Aladdin

Theatergoers can catch a performance of the Broadway musical “Aladdin” at the Bass Performance Hall. The show is for all ages, but is recommended for those 6 and older. Special rates are available for group ticket purchases.
  • Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m.
  • $72
  • Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth