Things to do in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village in November

The sixth annual Veterans Day Relay Run will be hosted by Flower Mound Nov. 8.

The sixth annual Veterans Day Relay Run will be hosted by Flower Mound Nov. 8.



November 8


Run a veterans day relay race


The sixth annual Veterans Day Relay Run hosted by Flower Mound is for veterans and their families. Relay runners will run 1-2 miles along the 32-mile course. Runners will carry the American flag to commemorate the service of veterans. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. Flower Mound Activity Center, 1200 Gerault Road, Flower Mound.


972-874-6300. www.flower-mound.com/112/Special-Events







November 9-10


Watch a tennis tournament for a cause


Love Babies Tennis Tournament is an annual event founded in 2017 by Cale Balusek, a tennis player at Flower Mound High School. Spectators will watch matches between players of all ages and skill levels. All of the proceeds go toward supporting the neonatal intensive care unit at Baylor Scott and White Health. Balusek, who was born premature and was cared for in that same unit, was inspired to create the charitable event in hopes of helping the hospital save the lives of other premature babies. Free (attendance). 8 a.m. Flower Mound High School. 3411 Peters Colony Road, Flower Mound. https://www.lovebabiestennis.com/utr-singles-tournament.html







November 9


Check out a car show


The North Texas Mustang Club will host its monthly NTMC Cruise Car Show. Attendees will have the chance to view a variety of unique cars, both old and new, up close and personal.  2-6 p.m. $15 (entry fee). Cracker Barrel, 889 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. www.ntmc.org/home/calendar







November 16


Compete in annual tri-town race


Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village residents can represent their city by participating in the annual Tri-Town Amazing Race. The Tri-Town Amazing Race is made up of teams of two to six people. The race consists of 12 pit stops throughout Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village. Teams will have to complete challenges. Participants must be at least 8 years old. Teams must register online by Nov. 8. 8 a.m. Doubletree Ranch Park. 310 Highland Village Road, Highland Village. $40 (team of two; $5 for each additional member). www.hvparks.com







November 16


Learn about pioneer life


The public is invited to visit the historic Minor-Porter log house. Visitors of all ages may attend the educational open house. Noon-3 p.m. Free (open house); $5 (car entry fee). 201 E. Jones St., Lewisville. 469-635-5483. www.llela.org/explore/guided-activities/log-house-tours







November 21


Learn garden secrets


Keep Lewisville Beautiful will teach community members about gardening. This session will focus on Texas trees—on their potential contributions to energy and water savings and the ecological benefits they provide. The session will provide attendees with tips on tree selection, planting and care. RSVPs are required to attend. RSVP by email to info@keeplewisvillebeautiful.org. 6-8 p.m.  Free (with RSVP). Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater. 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville. 972-538-5949. http://keep


lewisvillebeautiful.org/garden-secrets







November 23


Shop at a farmers market


The Flower Mound Farmers Market features a wide range of vendors selling fresh produce, meat, eggs, honey, bread, jam and more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. Parker Square. 1500 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound. 972-884-0680. https://www.fourseasonsmarkets.com/?sct=locations







November 23


Enjoy Fall Fashion Fest


Fall Fashion Fest will feature pop-up boutiques and local fashion vendors. Attendees can shop for clothing and accessories and enjoy live music and a wine walk. Taste of Lewisville will offer food from local restaurants at the event. Noon-5 p.m. Free. Wayne Ferguson Plaza. 150 W. Church St., Lewisville. 972-219-3695. www.cityoflewisville.com/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/30312/485







November 30


Go to family story time


The Lewisville Public Library hosts Family Story Time every Saturday. The event is designed to be enjoyable for people of all ages. Librarians will share stories, songs and activities to reinforce early literacy. Tickets are available at the youth services desk in the library ahead of the event. 11:15-11: 45 a.m. Free. Lewisville Public Library, 1197 W. Main St., Lewisville. https://library.cityoflewisville.com/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/35377/1782?curm=11&cury=2019




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