Looking for things to do in Plano this month? Check out six local events going on in your community throughout the month of March.

March 2 | Attend a women's business summit

The Girl Cave hosts the Irons in the Fire Women’s Business Summit, a one-day event geared toward female empowerment. The event features talks from successful female CEOs, coaches and business strategists. Summit activities include a coffee social hour, empowerment breakouts and speed meet and greets. Summit topics include “Fire Up Your Growth,” “Kindle Your Inner Fire” and “Fire Up Your Financial Future.”
  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • $22 (all access), $250-$400 (corporate VIP partner tickets, includes seat reservations and marketing exposure at the summit).
  • First United Bank, 3930 Dallas Parkway, Plano.
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March 4-12 | Buy a bag of books

Haggard Library invites all bookworms, readers and collectors to purchase a bag of books. Attendees receive a grocery bag and fill it with books of their choice. There is no limit to the number of books that can be bought, as long as they fit in the bag. The library accepts cash only for the books.
  • 1-5 p.m.
  • $10 (per bag of books).
  • Haggard Library, 2501 Coit Road, Plano.
  • 972-769-4250. bit.ly/3XrY83M.
March 4 | Watch a Pink tribute band

“Just Like P!nk” comes to Legacy Hall. The show features a setlist of pop singer Pink’s greatest hits accompanied by an aerial silk performance. According to the event description, the band strives to capture and embody the true essence of Pink’s spirit through their live performance. No outside food or drinks are allowed.
  • 7 p.m.
  • $5-$250 (ticket price dependent upon seating option).
  • Legacy Hall, 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano.
  • 972-846-4255. bit.ly/3lgnKTN.
March 5 | Celebrate Holi

The Davis Library is hosting its annual Holi celebration, where attendees learn about the Hindu holiday and South Asian culture through various activities. Activities include painting, live dancing and splashing each other with colored powders—a popular Holi tradition. The event is open to all ages.
  • 2 p.m.
  • Free (admission).
  • Davis Library, 7501-B Independence Parkway, Plano.
  • 972-208-8000. bit.ly/3lu0Ic6.
March 11 | Run a race

Plano Parks and Recreation is putting on a 5K and 10K relay at Oak Point Nature Preserve. The 5K “Spring Into Color” race begins and ends at Oak Point Recreation Center, and participants may walk or run the trail. The 10K relay has participants switch off after the first leg, and their partner finishes the last 3.1-mile loop. Teams consist of two people, and participants of both races receive a T-shirt.
  • 8 a.m.
  • $25-$35.
  • Oak Point Recreation Center, 6000 Jupiter Road.
  • 972-941-7540. bit.ly/3YHYzbm.
March 18 | Listen to a symphony

Christ United Methodist Church welcomes Hector Guzmán and three Grand Prize Winners of Plano Symphony Orchestra’s Collin County Young Artist Competition. Guzmán and the young musicians take the stage to perform a symphony, including a performance of Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique.
  • 8 p.m.
  • $17-$78.All student tickets are $15.
  • Christ United Methodist Church, 3101 Coit Road, Plano.
  • 972-473-7262. bit.ly/3lsuC0A.