Plano has a wide variety of activities to do in February and March, including egg painting, attending a play and much more.


Plano Civic Chorus Presents Lift Every Voice

This concert celebrates nonidiomatic choral music by African American composers and arrangements of African American spirituals.Egg Tempera Painting Eggstravaganza

Plano Library is sponsoring this event where participants will learn the history behind egg tempera painting and express their artistic side by making their own tempera painted egg. Participants are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes early to get a ticket for the event.Second House Players Presents Bill W. and Dr. Bob

This is a critically acclaimed play that was performed off-Broadway in 2007. It tells the story of two men, Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, who pioneered Alcoholics Anonymous and their wives who founded Al-Anon.Empty Bowls 2024

In addition to selecting a handcrafted bowl from a local artisan, according to the event website, attendees will sample bowl-friendly fare prepared by talented chefs and restaurants, featuring chef Dan Landsberg.March

Divine Consign Plano Spring ‘24 Sale

Attendees can shop for gently used children’s and maternity clothing, toys, books, games, baby equipment and more. This three-day consignment event features over 90,000 items from over 600 families.Plano Symphony Orchestra and the Collin County Young Artist Competition Winners

This concert features a rare performance by PSO Maestro Héctor Guzmán on the organ. The symphony will perform Concertino for Organ and Orchestra by M.B. Jimenez. The concert will also include performances by the three grand prize winners of the PSO’s annual Collin County Young Artist Competition.

“Which always reminds us that the future of orchestra music shines brighter than ever,” said Jennifer Wheeler, PSO director of education.
  • March 16, 8 p.m.
  • $27-$76 standard tickets; $10 student tickets
  • Christ United Methodist Church, 3101 Coit Road, Plano
Model Train Exhibit

Harrington Library will be the site of a narrow gauge model train exhibit provided by Spring Creek Model Railroad Club. According to their website, the club models many eras from the 1880s to the present and operates steam, diesel, freight and passenger equipment.