From motorcycle rides to Christmas light parades, residents will find plenty to do in November and December in Lewisville and Coppell.

Monday Night Madness

Lewisville residents can head to Main Event for a discounted night of arcade games. The All You Can Play Arcade Game time card does not earn points and does not include crane games, instant-prize games, virtual reality games and photo booths.Texas Red's Thirsty Thursday Trivia Game Night

Folks can head to Kegs & Mugs for Texas Red's Thirsty Thursday Trivia Game Night. Guests can join with a crew or fly solo and test their gaming wits. The game is free to play and offers a chance to win prizes. Kegs & Mugs offers 36 craft beer selections, mixed alcohol beverages and wine. The food menu includes burgers and wings.
  • Nov. 30, 7:30-9:15 p.m.
  • Free
  • Kegs & Mugs, 615 FM 2281, Ste. 100, Lewisville
Motorcycle Toy Run

Lewisville and Coppell residents can rev up their engines and join the Lewisville Parks and Recreation Department for the Motorcycle Toy Run. The ride will start in Old Town Lewisville and end at Maverick Harley Davidson. The first 300 registered bikers will receive a 2023 Toy Run Pin.
  • Dec. 2, 8 a.m.-noon
  • Free (with donation of new, unwrapped toy)
  • Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville
Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting

Coppell is hosting its annual lighted parade to kick off the holiday season. The parade features decorated floats built by local groups and businesses, all with twinkling holiday lights. The parade will travel north on Samuel Boulevard to Parkway Boulevard, then west to Andrew Brown Park East. After the parade, head to Andrew Brown Park East for more holiday fun. The crowd will countdown to the lighting of the 65-foot tree. Festivities include; santa photos, holiday crafts, teddy bear making, face painting, food trucks, a showing of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” ornament decorating and more.Holiday Scavenger Hunt

The annual Coppell Holiday Scavenger Hunt is back. To participate in the hunt, solve the clues, find each of the five holiday ambassadors hidden around town, pose for a photo with each and then upload the photos to social media with the hashtag #coppellholidays. Be sure to tag the city of Coppell on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. There are multiple holiday-themed ambassadors hidden around Coppell. Beginning Dec. 5, one clue will be posted daily to the city of Coppell's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Prizes are collected at Town Center Plaza.Holiday Craft Fair

Crafters from the Senior Center will have a variety of items available for purchase, such as jewelry, knitted and crocheted items, tote bags, greeting cards and ornaments. Cash is strongly encouraged as some vendors do not accept credit cards.Holiday Family Fun Night

Coppell residents can join a magical adventure to the North Pole with a reading of “The Polar Express” on a mock train ride. Once reaching the North Pole, guests can enjoy cookies, hot cocoa and crafts. Festive pajamas are encouraged. This program is designed for families with young children.Christmas Bird Count Hike

Join the Biodiversity Education Center to participate in the Audubon Christmas Bird Count with a hike. Each year, Audubon hosts a Christmas Bird Count, which promotes counting birds instead of hunting them and using those numbers for scientific analyses, publications and government reports. No registration is required, but space is limited.