Looking for something fun to do in your community? Don't miss these upcoming events.

Aug. 24: Sail away with Serve Lewisville

Serve Lewisville will celebrate its launch with dinner and music from George Dunham and the Bird Dogs. Attendees can purchase an individual ticket or sponsor a table, which includes drink tickets, signage at the event and verbal recognition. Donation opportunities are also available. www.servelewisville.org/sail-away

  • Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

  • $100-$2,500

  • Sneaky Pete’s, 2 Eagle Point Road, Lewisville

  • 972-585-5657

Aug. 31: Get internet safety tips

Parents can learn how to keep their children safe while using the internet during this information session. Coppell Police Department Officer Kelly Luther will cover a range of topics, including understanding the risks of the online world, best practices for managing children’s online activity, tips for talking about online safety, and resources for staying informed and up to date on the latest online safety trends and issues. https://cozbylibrary.librarymarket.com/event/keeping-children-teens-safe-online

  • 6:30-7:30 p.m.

  • Free

  • Cozby Library and Community Commons, 177 N. Heartz Drive, Coppell

  • 972-304-3658

Sept. 9: Beat the heat

Dog owners are invited to bring their pets to Lewisville Parks and Recreation’s Doggie Dive In. Pet owners must provide written proof of up-to-date rabies, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus and bordetella vaccinations. All vaccinations must be administered no later than Aug. 25, according to city officials. https://bit.ly/44LYpDn

  • 10 a.m.-noon

  • $5 per dog

  • Sun Valley Aquatic Center, 801 S. Valley Parkway, Lewisville

  • 972-219-3550

Sept. 8-24: See a play

Greater Lewisville Community Theatre’s 40th anniversary season kicks off with “Moon Over Buffalo.” Ken Ludwig’s play centers on George and Charlotte Hay, fading stars of the 1950s, according to the play’s description. They are performing in Buffalo, New York, with five actors when they receive word that they may have one last shot at stardom. Other shows slated for GLCT’s anniversary season include “Little Women,” “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Native Gardens.” www.glct.org/copy-of-pageant-1

  • Showtimes vary.

  • $20-$25

  • Greater Lewisville Community Theatre, 160 W. Main St., Lewisville

  • 972-221-7469

Sept. 16: Watch bull riders

The Professional Bull Riders will return to Lewisville on Sept. 16, featuring athletes from the PBR Challenger Series, which consists of over 60 events traveling to 27 states across the country, according to the event description. A parade will take place in Old Town Lewisville prior to the bull riding event. While on-site parking will not be available, complimentary shuttle service from City Hall will be offered. The event will benefit Boot Campaign, a nonprofit aimed at honoring and restoring the lives of veterans and military families through individualized programs. https://bit.ly/3rEqn4W

  • 6 p.m. (gates open), 7:30 p.m. (event begins)

  • $25 for adults, $15 for children age 10 or younger

  • Bill Weaver Arena, 101 Parkway Drive, Lewisville

  • 972-219-3401